This Holiday Season

Give the
Gift of Belonging

You can make children, youth and families feel like they belong.

Join us and help provide 5,000 holiday gifts to those who need them most.

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Goal: 5,000 Bags
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5,292 Bags Donated!
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TO MAKE A MEMORY THAT WILL LAST A LIFETIME

For the past 67 years, CMHA Toronto’s Holiday Gift Program has been delivering gifts to those who need it most. This year you too can give the gift of belonging!
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INDIVIDUALS SUPPORTED
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YEARS HELPING FAMILIES
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Gifts Needed THIS YEAR

Make sure everyone knows they belong this holiday season.

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Much more than a gift bag

The holidays can be a difficult time of year for those we serve. Many people experiencing mental health issues live in isolation and may have little to no contact with family and friends.

Every one of our holiday gift packs are hand delivered during a personal visit or at one of our client holiday celebrations.

Holiday gift is shown on the table including mug, blanket, card and toiletry items

Special Gifts

From warm winter jackets and boots, to toys for children, we create our gift bags to meet the unique interests and needs of those we serve.

Everyday Essentials

We include items like warm socks, underwear, everyday essentials like health and hygiene products in our gift bags to provide comfort and to meet each person's needs.

Food Items

By providing healthy snacks, fresh and non-perishable food items, our gift bags help to alleviate food insecurity over the holidays.

A Message of Hope

In addition to special gifts, everyday essentials and food items, our gift bags include a beautiful hand-written holiday greeting card containing messages of hope and belonging.
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About Canadian Mental Health Association Toronto

At CMHA Toronto, we integrate health and social care for long-term wellness. As the city’s leading community mental health agency we provide accessible, quality care for Toronto residents through programs, research and advocacy that create belonging and hope.

From providing mental health supports and crisis interventions to employment opportunities, affordable housing and community connections, we ensure that everyone in our community has a chance to thrive.

20

sites across Toronto

425

staff

15,000

people served annually