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Healing Journey Through the Arts

First Stop Woodlawn – YWCA Toronto, Toronto This grant enables an innovative arts-based healing module to be added to an existing discussion program for mothers and children who are dealing with domestic violence. In Healing Journey Through the Arts, a specialized facilitator will lead participants in a one-year project that offers tools and strategies for […]


Making Technology Work for You! Using Technology Safely and for Court Documents

Luke’s Place Support and Resource Centre for Women and Children This project offers two technology strategies to women who have experienced abuse and who are involved in family court. While both strategies will be available to all Luke’s Place clients, this project prioritizes: women who don’t have legal representation; women suffering extensive trauma; women who […]



Fort Frances Tribal Area Health Services Through this project, Fort Frances Tribal Area Health Services will offer a two-day empowerment camp for at-risk Indigenous women who have experienced violence. The goal is to provide a safe place to address the healing process, encourage women to find their voices, and empower participants through ceremony and Anishinaabe […]


Unlearn and Learn: Helping Youth Address Pornography, Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment and the Role that Internet Plays

Lady Ballers Camp, Brampton This series of interactive workshops engages girls and boys in discussing and thinking critically about gender stereotypes, consent, sexual assault and harassment, and pornography, as well as the influence of the Internet and social media. The program is a collaboration between Lady Ballers Camp—a youth-driven organization—and professional experts including a sex […]


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