For more information about HOPE, or to find a group in your area, call:1.866.492.1299Or contact us HERE.
HOPE operates year round, including summer, and is welcoming newcomers who live in one of HOPE's geographic catchments: (Oshawa, Ajax-Pickering, Oak Ridges, Finch-Yonge, Downtown Toronto). No referral required.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-866-492-1299
Virtual meetings have been going well and we are welcoming new members who live in or near any of HOPE's catchments: Ajax-Pickering, Downtown Toronto, Finch-Yonge, Oak Ridges (north Richmond Hill), and Oshawa.
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If you are in a position to make a donation to HOPE, please consider doing so as part of Giving Tuesday.
During this challenging time HOPE continues to serve parents in need through:
Since there are no in person meetings, weekly dues aren't currently being collected. However, HOPE continues to have operating expenses, including the added cost of maintaining Zoom licenses.
Your financial support at this time is welcomed and appreciated.
There are three ways you can donate to HOPE today.
Donate directly from your bank account to HOPE via etransfer using the email address firstname.lastname@example.org. Donations of $20.00 or more are eligible for a tax receipt.
Paypal or Credit Card:
Sunday, April 19th, will mark the start of National Volunteer Week in Canada. It’s a coast-to-coast-to-coast celebration of the commitment, dedication, generosity and selflessness of Canada’s almost 12.7 million volunteers. This couldn’t be more timely!
This year's theme It’s time to applaud this country’s volunteers encourages all Canadians to loudly and proudly cheer for Canada’s volunteers. This year, we shine the spotlight on those volunteering to support essential services during this public health crisis, and to salute those who help by staying home to protect themselves and their community.
Canada’s volunteers give time in support of causes and programs they believe in and ask for nothing in return. The value of the volunteering you do at HOPE to support parents builds confidence, community and connections reminding us that when we give our time and talent, we gain even more. We meet new people, learn new valuable skills and broaden our horizons. We raise each other up and bring us all closer together.
Canadians are invited this week to post a Cheers to Volunteers! poster in their windows for all to see. A ready-made poster is available at volunteer.ca or you are welcome to make your own. Also Canadians can post Volunteer Canada's gif on social media with the hashtags #CheersToVolunteers and #NVW2020.
Let’s join together and ensure the 12.7 million Canadian volunteers you are part of, receive a well-deserved round of applause!
The health and well-being of HOPE members and the broader community is our priority.
Given the evolving COVID-19 situation, HOPE Conference 2020 is postponed and Community Group Meetings are suspended until further notice.
We want to thank everyone who has supported this year's Conference through ticket purchases, silent auction donations, and volunteer time. We will be communicating directly with each of you and posting donor acknowledgements in the near future.
A special meeting of the HOPE Board will be held on March 23. A news update will be posted following that meeting.
Be well and take care.
Your HOPE Team
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HOPE's 2020 Conference is sold out! Thank you to everyone who purchased tickets!
The health and well being of attendees and the broader community is our top priority. We continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation on an ongoing basis. Conference planning is incorporating advice and best practices detailed by Health Canada, the Ontario Ministry of Health, and Toronto Public Health. We will communicate directly with ticket purchasers as events warrant.
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HOPE Conference 2020 Details
Engaging • Inspiring • Enlightening
Saturday, April 25, 2020 - 8:30 AM to 1:30 PM
Toronto Botanical Gardens, 777 Lawrence Avenue East
"Risky Business: When Adolescent Behaviour Crosses the Line, Helping Teens Mature into Self-Reliant Adults"
With Liz van Ryn, M.Sc. Director of Family Programs, Pine River Institute
"Youth Mental Health - What Parents and Youth Allies Need to Know"
Stacy De Souza, Youth Worker, CAMH, will be joined by a young person with lived experience
Hearty breakfast, silent auction, gift basket giveaways, refreshments, buffet lunch
$70.00 HOPE Members
$110.00 for two HOPE Members in the same household
HOPE Conference 2020
For Parents, Guardians, and Professionals who Work with Youth
Engaging • Inspiring • Enlightening
April 25, 2020
8:30 AM to 1:15 PM
Toronto Botanical Garden
Tickets must be purchased in advance
Click Here to Register Today!
Stacy De Souza, Youth Worker, CAMH, will be joined by a youth with lived experience
Save the date!
HOPE's Annual Day of Learning and Inspiration for parents, caregivers, and youth allies will take place on Saturday, April 25, 2020 at Toronto Botanical Garden.
Inspiring, informative speakers, all in a beautiful spring setting.
Stay tuned for details!
DOES YOUR WORKPLACE RUN AN ANNUAL UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN? PLEASE CONSIDER DESIGNATING YOUR GENEROUS GIFT TO HOPE INC.
Please be sure that you designate to the correct HOPE (Helping Other Parents Everywhere) with charitable registration number 83946 7693 RR001 and not confused with the another HOPE (Helping Other People Everywhere). Your generosity is very much appreciated.
United Way is a charity dedicated to creating opportunities for a better life for everyone in our region. Working in partnership with others, people and resources are mobilized to support a network of agencies, such as HOPE Inc, that help people when they need it most. United Way also addresses the root causes of social problems, working to change community conditions for the better over the long term.
Helping Other Parents Everywhere