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The Al Green Gallery presents a new collection of over 60 works by established artist, Melanie Chikofsky. “Here, frenzy and refinement unite,” says Chikofsky.
The Al Green Gallery mandate includes sharing a percentage of sales proceeds with community-based groups and programs. Interval House has been chosen as the recipient organization for Out of my Head.
On May 31, 2011 the Turnaround Management Association's Toronto Chapter will be hosting its Spring Gala. The evening promises to celebrate the wonderful women in the Restructuring sector, and proceeds from the event will be donated to Interval House.
Lace up your running shoes!
Now you can combine running with fundraising by participating in the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon Charity Challenge! Join Team Interval House and show your support in the campaign to end violence against women!
On May 14th, 2011 the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation will be hosting the 3rd annual Garage Sale for Shelter, a great event benefitting women's shelters across Canada!
Join Royal LePage's Bayview Branch at 1391 Bayview Avenue from 8am to 2pm for some great deals, and help put abuse out of commission! 100% of the proceeds from this garage sale will be donated to Interval House.
Each month, Interval House picks a theme to reflect on. This month our theme is diversity.
Posted up on our theme board is a map of the world. We've asked all the kids to write a description of themselves and pin it up on the country they're from. We have a really diverse group - with kids from Vietnam, Mexico, and right here in Canada. Even the counsellors pinned themselves up on the map, adding places like Pakistan, Tanzania and Haiti.
This week, the kids made masks as part of our Black History Month Activities. They're drying on the windowsill, on display for everyone to see!
Each month, we select a theme for our theme board and tack up artwork from the women's and children's groups. January's theme was "New Beginnings" to reflect the fresh start families get when they come to the centre.
We desperately need to raise $ 44,000 before March 1 in order to ensure that ever y woman and child who comes to us for shelter from her own winter storm can be accommodated with a safe place to stay, nourishing food and assistance to rebuild lives. Please, consider sending a gift today and stand with us this winter.
The BESS (Building Economic Self- Sufficiency) Program, an employment program for women who have survived abuse, is in its new home within Interval House. The new space comprises a brand new Education Room, Computer Lab, Private Counselling Room and Career Boutique. This space will allow us to assist even more women in finding meaningful employment, while helping them with insight into the barriers, often related to abuse, that may have kept them from moving forward in the job market.
Seven years ago, when Stephanie was pregnant with her second son, the abuse began. Her husband’s verbal insults, explosive outbursts and physical threats went from occasional to daily occurrences. Stephanie knew that she and her boys were in danger.