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September 30: Ride for Refuge

Sign up to #RIDE and support a team. We need your support to make Ride for Refuge a success! On Saturday September 30, you and your family can ride, walk, or jump, to provide much needed help to families in need. Be part of the action: http://bit.ly/1Hi19WL

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Ride for Refuge

Join The Lighthouse on October 1st, to RIDE for the displaced, vulnerable or exploited people. It can start with YOU!

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Save the Date: Annual General Meeting

Save the Date: Annual General Meeting Saturday April 29 King Christian School 19740 Bathurst Street East Gwillimbary, ON 12:30 – 2:00pm For more details about the Annual General Meeting, please contact Rob.

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2017 WALK Day Photos

Check out our amazing walkers and volunteers in their toques and tattoos! There is still time to support The Lighthouse, Coldest Night of the Year donations are accepted until March 31. One step at a time, we are helping many in need. Click here to support The Lighthouse in Coldest Night of the Year.

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Coldest Night of the Year

To all of our amazing walkers, volunteers and supporters THANK YOU! To date, we have raised over $15,000. The donation page will be up until March 31, so there is still time donate and support The Lighthouse. Together we are making a difference with each and every step. Save the Date: next year’s Coldest Night more »

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Coldest Night of the Year

ONE DAY TO GO! Support The Lighthouse in Coldest Night of the Year as we walk to support those in need around us. Register online: http://bit.ly/2jmQIM1 #CNOY17

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The Lighthouse Income Tax Clinic

In collaboration with the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP) from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), The Lighthouse Income Tax Clinic is a free service for all low income individuals and families to complete their income tax and benefit returns. Book your appointment today before spaces fill up!

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Coldest Night of the Year

Frequently Asked Questions What should I wear? Expect cold temperatures and possibly snow. Watch the weather online before the walk. Layers of clothing are good since you will certainly warm up during a long walk. Gloves, a warm, ear-covering hat, sunglasses for wind protection and a water/snow repellent jacket (preferably with a hood) are all more »

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Coldest Night of the Year

Join The Lighthouse on February 25! Each step makes a difference.   http://bit.ly/2jmQIM1

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Coldest Night of the Year

For many clients of The Lighthouse, there are constant fears of being a step from being homeless or having to stay at a shelter due to a lack of affordable housing in Toronto. According to the 13th Annual Demographia Housing Affordability Survey, Toronto has the 13th least affordable housing market in the world, right behind London, U.K. more »

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