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How to Help

Ways to donate

Make a one-time donation to help youth restore their power and chart a new path.

Donate now

Monthly donations are a lifeline for us. Reliable funding helps provide a steady source of income for transformational youth programs.

Become a monthly donor

Show you care through a tribute gift. Celebrate a special occasion or honour the memory of a loved one.

Send your tribute

Provide a meaningful gift that has a lasting impact on youth and our organization.

Make your mark

Work with us as part of your corporate social responsibility initiatives.

Partner with us

Join our White Dove Society with a legacy gift that lifts up youth now and into the future.

Leave your legacy

Get involved

Participate in or support one of our popular Sleep Out events.

Sleep out for youth

Raise funds and have fun in this popular team obstacle course challenge.

Join the challenge

Share items that help youth thrive. We also accept donations of vehicles.

Donate an item now

Make a difference at school, at work or in your community.

Get some inspiration

Help fight homelessness and trafficking.

Book a presentation

Work with us

Everyone wants to feel like they make a difference in the world.
At Covenant House, you will.

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Join our team! Every day you can make a difference in the lives of young people. Review our job listings now.

Apply now

Portrait of Covenant House Toronto mentor Nisha

Provide guidance and life skills to youth in this exciting volunteer opportunity.

Be a mentor

Cooking for Life volunteer Jodi standing next to some baked pies.

Nearly 100 volunteers work with us each yearjoin the community.

Volunteer with us

Young man with a serious facial expression.

"The staff are perfect examples of people who are always there for you. It was all amazing to me. Anytime I stopped by, I had really supportive conversations."

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