Walk For Homeless Youth
The Floyd Honey Foundation advocates for homeless youth in Toronto. We actively involve young people in our initiatives, and partner to provide shelter and transitional housing. Please help!
Get Involved
Planning Committee
Students

Volunteer Hours

As of 1999, all Secondary School students in Ontario are required (alongside other requirements of course!) to complete 40 hours of community involvement in order to receive their OSSD diploma upon graduation. For full information on the eligibility criteria, please follow this link:

http://schools.tdsb.on.ca/riverdale/welcome/guidance/community/community.htm

Here are just a few examples of service learning projects:

  1. Plant trees
  2. Deliver excess food from restaurants/events to facilities in need
  3. Clean up our city
  4. Visits with Seniors
  5. Fundraisers for Homeless Youth in Toronto (e.g. car washes, garage sales, walks for homeless youth)

At the Floyd Honey Foundation, we are very excited about helping students create their own initiatives. Students can also assist us with one of our events or programs. There is much that you can do, and we are here to help facilitate your making a difference, and earning hours of credit for your time and efforts.

Adults

Support homeless young people in our city in a practical way by creating your own Walk for Homeless Youth event in your workplace or neighbourhood. Check out our 10 Steps to Creating a Successful Event and Fundraising Tips!