c/o Monsignor Fraser College Isabella North Campus,
25 Linden Street, Room 208
M4Y 1V5 Toronto, Canada
Charitable # 10799 0699 RR0001
The Society of Sharing reaches out to isolated and housebound seniors and adults with disabilities.
The Society’s clients are not employable due to age, illness or disability.. They reside in the area, between Bathurst Street east to Logan Avenue, and the Waterfront north to St. Clair Avenue.
The Society of Sharing offers several different programs to its clients and they are all free of charge.
All our programs are geared to clients who are:
Isolated / homebound seniors.
Adults 18 years and older with disabilities.
Physically independent with assistive devices and aids.
Clients may be referred by social service agencies in the community, Community care access centres, social workers, health care professionals, friends and family or self-referred. A qualified staff member will schedule a meeting at the potential client’s convenience and complete an assessment.
"It seems that every time she comes to visit me the whole apartment lights up"
"When I had my volunteer, something changed in my life. She even phones me quite often during the week to make sure I am okay. We go out for walks."
"It feels that she is no longer a companion, someone sent by an agency. I feel that she belongs to me, as if she were one of my own daughters."
"Before he came into my life, I felt as if I was wandering around in the street where nobody cares."