The Steele Family Foundation is dedicated to the development of thriving neighbourhoods and communities in which everyone has a sense of belonging and connection to one another, as well as to the environment.

The well-being of the individuals who reside in a community is what gives that community its strength. Each and every person, regardless of their background or geographical location, deserves the opportunity to realize their full potential.

As a result, we focus our resources on three critical areas that contribute to the development of thriving neighbourhoods and communities.


Making it easier for people in Canada to get the help they need in their own communities. This includes things like supporting the growth of 211 and making it easier for people to get help in their own communities.


Everyone should feel like they belong in the place they call home – from promoting volunteerism, to letting people in the community help make decisions.


Providing assistance to Canadians in coping with life's obstacles and making good choices - from addiction treatment and mental health counselling to developing independent living skills for seniors.


ShareLife is the official annual charitable appeal of the Archdiocese of Toronto, raising funds to support over 40 Catholic agencies and grant recipients.

Program areas include families, children and youth, young parents, seniors, immigrants and refugees, and people with special needs. Around the world, your donation provides assistance to countless people through international missions and development projects.

Caring for those in need is fundamental to who we are as Catholics in the Archdiocese of Toronto. For over 175 years, Catholic agencies have served those among us who are poor, sick and marginalized.

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is dedicated to feeding, clothing, housing and healing individuals and families in their community who have nowhere else to turn for help. As important, SVdP provides meaningful opportunities for volunteers to serve their neighbors in need with love and compassion.

They provide help for people’s physical, mental, and spiritual needs. By doing this with care and respect, they show them that they matter and they are children of God.

Grace Sober Living is a non-profit organization committed to helping people in recovery rebuild their lives and position them to sustain a sober, peaceful and successful life.

People in recovery thrive when they have accountability and pursue optimal wellness. Everyone has unique needs, so they don’t use a one-size-fits-all approach. A person achieves optimal wellness by balancing their spirit, soul, and body.

Established in 1993, St. Felix Centre is a registered charity located in downtown Toronto, dedicated to providing safe and compassionate services to marginalized communities experiencing homelessness, food insecurity, mental health challenges, and other complex circumstances, all this in a safe, welcoming and respectful environment inclusive of all religions, genders, cultures, and abilities. At their Centre, all people are treated with respect and dignity.


  • 24-Hour Respite Program
  • Community Drop-In Program
  • Community Meals Program
  • Casework and Housing Services
  • St. Felix House (Transitional Home for Women)
  • P.A.W.S. (Pets Accessing Wellness Supports)
  • Clothing Bank

The leadership at St. Michael’s Hospital and Providence Healthcare came to them with an audacious idea. They wanted to lead a global movement to reinvent the patient experience. So along with their physicians, scientists, educators and AI experts, they designed a $1-billion campaign to make it happen. It’s called HUMANCARE.

Bolstered by their fierce community of donors and volunteers, they mobilize people, businesses and foundations to support their world-leading health teams in designing the best care – when, where and how patients need it.

A relentless community of supporters who are galvanized by St. Michael’s and Providence Healthcare’s ‘never-say-never’ spirit in the face of the toughest health problems of our time.