Last week was mental health awareness week in Canada. I am proud to be a part of "Team Glenview," and look forward to participating in the ten kilometre run, part of the Scotiabank Charity Challenge. This Sunday (today!) I will be raising much-needed funds for the outreach programmes in our "Special Fund." Evangel Hall, Portland Place, ARISE, Native Child and Family Services Toronto, and Boarding Homes Ministry (BHM), all places of healing and hope in the city of Toronto, that offer care to people experiencing mental and physical health challenges. They offer non-denominational spiritual support, and advocate for people facing isolation and poverty, many of whom might otherwise experience homelessness. Glenview Presbyterian Church has formed long-standing partnerships with these community organizations, and it was inspirational to see how they pivoted, and continued to provide compassionate care throughout the pandemic. Thank you for considering supporting these incredible Toronto-based outreach programmes!
Glenview Presbyterian Church is a Christian congregation that was born and grew with our neighbourhood in North Toronto. For nearly 100 years we have served the city and, through The Presbyterian Church in Canada, the nation and the world. We currently raise funds to support Native Child and Family Services, Toronto; ARISE Ministry; Evangel Hall Mission; Portland Place; Boarding Homes Ministry. Join our team at the Scotiabank Charity Challenge today, and make a difference in people’s lives!
|Donation date||Donor name||Donation amount|
|Oct 17||Julie Law||Undisclosed amount|
|Oct 14||Andrew and Em||$100.00|
|Oct 13||Anonymous||Undisclosed amount|
|Oct 12||Roger&Marie Sutton||$250.00|
|Oct 11||Coulson N. Wiggan||$100.00|
|Oct 05||Theresa Smith||$25.00|
|Oct 05||Anonymous||Undisclosed amount|
|Oct 04||Kirsten Chase||$25.00|
|Oct 04||Anonymous||Undisclosed amount|