COLLECT DONATIONS AND EARN VOLUNTEER HOURS.
Project Gifts for Good volunteers earn volunteer hours for collecting donation items.
Volunteers earn one volunteer hour for each contact they get to donate.
Donations will be packaged into care packages by volunteers and the Project 5K team.
These care packages will be distributed to homeless shelters and directly to the homeless of downtown Toronto.
IN-PERSON PACKING SESSION.
Project 5K is excited to partner with the Alley Hub for an in-person care package packing session!
Volunteers will get an opportunity to earn additional volunteer hours as well as enjoy discounted bubble tea, courtesy of our partner, the Alley Hub.
Further details of the session will be provided through email to registered volunteers.
Packing session spots are limited.
Alley Hub Location: 8750 Bayview Ave Unit 1, Richmond Hill, ON L4B 4V9
Want to help, but not sure what items you can donate?
Here's a list of potential donation items to give you some ideas:
Non-perishable food items
Please note that the items you can donate are not limited to this list.
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions regarding this!
Frequently asked questions
Where will it be?
If you are a regular volunteer, you will be emailed a location to drop off your donations.
If you are attending an in-person packing session, which will take place at the Alley Hub (8750 Bayview Ave Unit 1, Richmond Hill, ON L4B 4V9). You may bring your donations to the session.
Please note that spots at the Alley Hub are limited. You will be contacted by email if you are attending the in-person packing session.
How do I attend the in-person packing session?
Make sure you register quickly as spots are distributed on a first come first serve basis to volunteers.
When will the in-person packing session take place?
The in-person packing session will take place on November 20th, from 12 to 4 PM.
the impact of Project Gifts for good 2021
During Project Gifts for Good 2021...
Partnered with 6 shelters
Hosted 60 volunteers
Donated 550 items
Created and distributed 50 care packages