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    Without our volunteers, we wouldn’t be able to support as many single parents and children facing economic hardship and homelessness. We would love to hear from you, because with your help we can achieve so much more.

    Interested in volunteering? There are volunteer opportunities for individuals, groups and corporations at Home Suite Hope.See below for an example of a volunteer activity.

    Contact us to learn more about available volunteer opportunities with Home Suite Hope. Email [email protected]

    Blueberry Fields

    Upper Oakville Shopping Centre envision the creation of a community garden for the residents of Oakville—Blueberry Fields. They wanted to amplify their community work by endowing Home Suite Hope with the harvest. Each year volunteers from the community plant, grow and harvest fruits and vegetables. And we are deeply grateful.

    Industry Council

    The Industry Council plays a critical role in the development and success of the Homeward Bound Halton program. The Industry Council is a group of senior executives from a variety of fields with decision-making authority who meet throughout the Homeward Bound Halton program to support the professional advancement of participants in the program. The Industry Council is a group made up of 8-12 representatives from organizations including private sector businesses, non-profit and public sector employers, community champions with influence in the local community and representatives from employment services at the local college, municipality or community services organization. A key success factor for Homeward Bound Halton participants is that the college programs available through the program are aligned to the local labour market opportunities with the organizations that sit on the Industry Council. If you work in one of the following fields, please consider joining our Industry Council; Advertising and Marketing, Architectural Technician, Business Accounting, Finance, Human Resources, Chemical Laboratory Technician, Community and Justice Services, Computer engineering technician, computer programmer, computer systems technologies, Office Administration (legal, health, executive), Graphic Design, Visual Merchandising, Electrical Engineering Technician, Electromechanical Engineering Technician, Mechanical Engineering Technician—Tool Making, and Welding.

    If interested or would like more information please contact [email protected]


    It is crucial for marginalized populations to have access to role models. Home Suite Hope offers homeless single parents the opportunity to rebuild their lives. Our education and employment focused programs give the individuals in our program a chance to learn a new trade, improve their life skills and prepare for their return to the workforce with renewed hope of a better life. However, we all need encouragement and support to excel. Our mentoring program connects our eager single parents with community members who want to see them succeed. Home Suite Hope’s mentoring program started with its Homeward Bound Halton program as a means to helping students network and prepare for their new careers. HSH would like to expand this program and offer it to participants in both the Homeward Bound Halton and Stabilizing First Halton program. We believe mentoring – professional or informal – would help empower people by providing positive models and networking opportunities.

    If interested or would like more information please contact [email protected]

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    Give a gift to Home Suite Hope

    Help us provide refuge for low-income, single parent families in Halton who need help to stabilize their lives, and gain the skills and confidence necessary to move forward with dignity.

    Examples of what your donations can support:

    • Donate $50.00 and provide 2 hours of intensive case management for a participant.
    • Donate $150.00 and provide a week’s worth of groceries for a family.
    • Donate $500.00 and provide support for life skills workshops, facilitation, coordination and materials.
    • Donate $1000.00 and pay for one month’s rental subsidy for a family in the program.
    • Donate $45,000.00 and sponsor a family for one full year of the program.