London’s inaugural tournament will benefit Unity Project, Merrymount and YOU. Hockey Helps the Homeless is a national non-profit organization that leverages Canada’s love of hockey for a great cause through one-day fantasy tournaments. Participants get a chance to play with former NHL stars and Olympians while raising money and awareness for Canada’s homeless. 10 May... Read More
To all our Unity Project friends…thank you for helping us surpass our $75,000 holiday fund goal bringing comfort and joy to our participants all year ‘round! It was a wonderful Christmas here at the Unity Project; and your financial gifts and support through donated goods made this season extra special. Under the tree we had... Read More
What a night!! Over 600 braved a bitterly cold and snowy night, and were rewarded with stellar storytelling, sensational singing and a smashing symphony for the 6th annual dramatic reading of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. The event grossed over $51,000 in sponsorships and donations at the door, netting $30,00 for Unity Project, to help... Read More
We are making our list and checking it twice…preparing Santa Sacks for 85 residents with us for Christmas! We will gladly accept donations of the following items until Sunday 22 December Shampoo & Conditioner (full size bottles please) Body Wash (full size bottles please) Lotion Brushes (25 please) Lip Balm Scarves Gloves Pocket Calendars Or,... Read More
3 ways to bring comfort and joy all year ’round!
September 17th was the perfect day to play 18 holes, and rally together in support of the Unity Project’s Housing & Advocacy Program. Together we raised over $50,000 – that’s $18,500 more than last year – to assist vulnerable Londoners with support, advocacy, resources and referrals to help them achieve well being, maintain stability and... Read More
In celebration of the milestone of Unity Project’s 10th anniversary, Unity Project is proud to unveil the newly restored façade at our Dundas St. property. The $100,000 heritage restoration was made possible by the Save UP Front initiative, which drew support from many generous community partners including London Dental Community Cares, The Home Depot Canada... Read More
August 11 marked the 10th anniversary of Unity Project opening its doors in the Old East Village. Though once wrought with controversy, Unity Project has established itself as a respected model for emergency shelter and transitional housing services. “In the eyes of many we were just a bunch of unruly, idealistic kids. Lucky for London,... Read More
We are excited to introduce music to our Life Skills Program! Help us launch this important programming component by donating new/used instruments… in particular we need ukuleles and acoustic guitars. To donate, or for more information, contact Jenny Butchart, Life Skills Coordinator at 519.433.8809 or firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for your support!
Save UP Front aims to provide for resident safety and security and to contribute to the revitalization of the Old East Village Community. Heritage Designation has been awarded acknowledging the cultural and architectural significance of the 1886 Queen Anne style façade. $100,000 has been invested to the restoration. The campaign to restore the deteriorating façade... Read More