It’s already been a long winter in Toronto and it’s not over yet. We’ve seen -20° temperatures, ice storms, power outages, flooding - you name it. This nasty weather takes a toll on all of us, but it is unbearably hard for those living without a roof over their heads or enough food to eat.
Fortunately, respite is made available to Torontonians in need through organizations like 6 St. Joseph House. We spoke with Kimberly Curry, the Executive Director of 6 St. Joseph House, to get her thoughts on the importance of having a place to go to connect, learn, share, and enjoy a hot meal. Full Story >