Imagine You Have Nowhere to Sleep Tonight?
Florence Booth House was founded in 2000 when the City of Toronto asked The Salvation Army, a trusted partner with over 100 years of experience providing compassionate care, to provide an interim (6-9 months) shelter for women experiencing homelessness. The idea was to find a temporary space until the need subsided and The Salvation Army was able to assist.
How We Help
Providing shelter and basic needs, like food, clothing and hygiene supplies to women experiencing homelessness in Toronto. Learn More
Counselling, addiction services, housing support or life skills classes, the staff at Florence Booth House work with the clients to give them... Learn More
To ensure wrap-around care for our clients, Florence Booth House works in partnership with a family of service providers in our neighbourhood. Learn More
How You Can Help
Florence Booth House relies on the generous support of people like you - whether you donate, advocate or volunteer.
You can make a monetary gift, hold your own fundraiser, volunteer your time, or drop off new and used clothing and supplies. Any contribution you make greatly benefits everyone in our community.