You don't have to

look far to find an

elder homeless man

searching for food

that's far from healthy

A day of support

for our Food Program

for elder homeless men.

What a difference

a day makes –

And the difference is you.

In just a day, you can make a difference by donating in support of our Food Program. You can also make a difference in a day – and a life – of an elder homeless man by helping provide hot, healthy meals.

On SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13th, celebrity chef Cory Vitiello from FLOCK rotisserie + greens and Cactus Club Cafe will be preparing and serving a special luncheon for the clients of Haven Toronto.


Here's how you can join Chef Vitiello and Make a Difference in a Day ...



Bid on a one-of-a-kind experience and be the Sous Chef alongside Chef Vitiello as he prepares hot, healthy meals for elder homeless men.

Sous Chef Shift

Saturday, February 13

9:30am - 1pm

Haven Toronto

170 Jarvis Street


Donate Meals

Donate and help cover food costs for this special meal.


Chef Vitiello is preparing a delicious meal of Braised Beef Shortribs with creamy stone ground organic polenta, roasted root vegetables, mushrooms and Cipollini onions. Plus baked basque cheesecake with sour cherry compote.


Be a Monthly Donor

Haven Toronto's 'Healthy Meals' Care Kits ensure that clients receive a hot, healthy meal every day, all year.

Help reduce

food insecurity.

Your monthly donation means year-long support for elder men impacted by poverty and homelessness.

We improve the quality of life

for elder men impacted by

poverty and homelessness.


But we cannot do it alone.

You can make a difference.

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# of Torontonians
Who Are Homeless
On Any Given Day


% of Homeless People Who Are Food Insecure


# of Meals Served
In 2020, Up From 49,000+ In 2019


% of Increase In
Breakfasts and Lunches Served


On any given day in Toronto, there are 10,000 people who are homeless. Of those sleeping rough – meaning sleeping on city streets, in parks and under overpasses – 85 percent are men and many are clients of Haven Toronto.


Haven Toronto supports thousands of elder men who – in their 50s, 60s, 70s and even 80s – are homeless or precariously housed.


One hundred percent of clients are food insecure and have missed a meal or gone a day or days without eating due to a lack of money. Haven Toronto is their source of hot, healthy meals.

Homelessness Can Happen To Anyone


Haven Toronto: A Source of Hope







By Cheque

Payable to 'Haven Toronto', cheques can be sent to:

170 Jarvis Street

Toronto, ON M5B 2B7

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