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HomeBridge Youth Society is a registered non-profit charity, serving approximately 120 vulnerable youth per year. Members of the HomeBridge community include Hawthorne House, Johnson House, Jubien House, Sullivan House, Cogswell House, the Reigh Allen Centre, the Expressions Program of the Arts and Bridges for Learning. Each facility provides high quality service to youth between the ages of 12 to 18 years. It is our vision to have all youth and their families living in health, safety, and harmony. Your donation can make a difference. Here are the ways you can help:

HomeBridge has identified a list of items and supplies the youth in our care and our residential facilities are in need of. We would like to thank our donors in advance for their generosity, but due to health concerns and storage issues, some items can only be accepted in new/unused condition. Items in need include, but are not limited to:

  • Age Appropriate Books and Games

  • Sporting Equipment

  • Movie Passes

  • Tickets to Events

  • Musical Instruments

  • Art Supplies

  • School Supplies

The Department of Community Services provides operating costs that cover food, clothing and basic hygiene supplies.

Occasionally, our facilities are in need of bigger items like furniture and appliances, but due to storage issues we are not able to take these items unless we have an immediate use for them. If you have a bigger item(s) that you would like to donate or questions, please contact Renee Stevens, Communications and Development Manager at or 466-1439 x234.

“The Youth Care Workers talked to me when I was feeling upset & depressed. They help me work through tough times and are always there for me.”

- HomeBridge Youth

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