CPCO staff volunteers at the St. Felix Centre
By Jacob Chouinard, Communications & Technology Officer
On Dec. 14, 2018, CPCO staff members participated in a community outreach activity at the St. Felix Centre in Toronto, serving hot lunches to those in need and delivering food, clothing items and homemade Christmas cards. The guests were extremely appreciative of everything, brightening everyone’s day.
Thank you to the St. Felix Centre staff for the opportunity to donate and serve in their Community Meals program and spread some love and Christmas cheer. Also, thank you to the students at St. Jean-Marie Vianney Catholic Elementary School and Father Clair Tipping School from Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board, for making the lovely decorations and cards.
The St. Felix Centre is a non-profit community centre that provides support to some of the most marginalized individuals in Toronto’s downtown core. The St. Felix Centre offers a comfortable and safe space, making sure people are treated with compassion and dignity. The centre offers a variety of services for individuals in need such as the 24-Hour Respite program, the P.A.W.S. program and more.
Interested in volunteering at the St. Felix Centre? Learn more about the centre and details for providing support by visiting their website.