People who are homeless or vulnerably housed have a greater risk of sickness and encounter several gaps and challenges when it comes to obtaining conventional healthcare services.

The Steele Family Foundation humbly aims to provide people with a holistic approach that is tailored to their specific needs and preferences.

Quality of care, end-of-life experience, safety, and patient and staff satisfaction are all areas where we track and evaluate our influence.


Since 1963, Good Shepherd Ministries has served Toronto’s homeless (Good Shepherd Centre, Barrett House, St. Joseph’s Residence).

The Center provides hot meals (1200 daily), shelter for adult men (91 beds), clothing, a daily drop-in, and medical care. It also helps homeless men with housing and addiction recovery. Good Shepherd helps homeless Veterans with the Royal Canadian Legion and Veterans Affairs Canada. 

Good Shepherd Ministries helps anyone in need, for free. Compassion, trust, acceptance, and respect are emphasised.

Covenant House is the largest agency in Canada serving youth who are homeless, trafficked or at risk. Covenant House is inclusive, intentional and impactful.

As a leader in their sector, they advocate so that all youth can have lives free from homelessness and trafficking.

Their donors allow them to meet the emerging needs of our youth and accelerate their work. Their comprehensive youth-driven programming is centred on unconditional love, absolute respect and relentless engagement.

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.

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.

Bethell Hospice provides compassionate, respectful care to enhance the quality of life for individuals facing a life-limiting illness and their families. Hospice services are an essential component of our health care system, focusing on individualized care and comfort.

Dignity and comfort are the cornerstones of care at Bethell Hospice. Welcoming people of all backgrounds, cultures and religions.


Hospices and palliative care organizations in Canada provide compassionate, supportive care to individuals and families coping with terminal illness, death, or grief.

The Steele Family Foundation works to collaborate with these "heart over head" organizations in order to continue helping individuals via independent living, assisted living with home care assistance, and other programs and services.

In addition to influencing change in the area of hospice anesthetic care, we work hard with our partners to bring out the best policies, awareness, education, and best practices.


Over 35,000 Canadian men, women, and children sleep in shelters or on the streets every night. Almost the course of a year, over 235,000 different Canadians will become homeless.

This national catastrophe, we feel, requires quick and urgent response. We're partnering with communities throughout Canada to assist them implement evidence-based strategies to improve homelessness systems, services, and policies in order to achieve the goal of eliminating homelessness.

We can put an end to homelessness in Canada with your involvement.