Youth Haven receives $35,000 from Harvest and the Government of Canada Grant

  Thanks to the support of the Government of Canada’s Emergency Food Security Fund, Second Harvest launched $22.7 million in new funding for nonprofits and charities in communities across Canada to Learn More

Andrew’s story: Why We Walk

16-year-old Andrew Erb of Barrie says he has participated in the Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY) walk for the last four or five years. Andrew decided to #bethedifference after Learn More

Starbucks Foundation Donates to Youth Haven

Thank you to Starbucks Partners (employees) and The Starbucks Foundation for selecting Youth Haven as one of your recipients for #NeighbourhoodGrants. We are grateful to have been chosen and appreciate Learn More

OPPA gives back to our youth

Youth Haven is grateful for the support we receive from our first responders. They walk the walk when it comes to the well-being of our youth. In the lead-up to Learn More

Innisfil school chooses to be the difference for our youth

Youth Haven is grateful for the holiday donations received from the students, staff, and the Kempenfelt Bay School community. Thank you for thinking of our youth during the holiday season.

Portage View pivots to assist Youth Haven

A thank you to Portage View Public School in Barrie for the donation of $1,700. Traditionally, Portage View holds a gift gala, and through school community donations, students are given Learn More

WHAT A TEAM! ROGERS GIVES BACK TO COMMUNITY WITH YOUTH HAVEN DONATION

During a recent visit to Oro-Medonte Township by Rogers Hometown Hockey, Youth Haven was proud to have been awarded $5,000 through the Ted Rogers Community Grants. The award is presented Learn More

SALVATION ARMY ASSISTS IN PROVIDING MEALS TO YOUTH

Thank you to our friends at the Salvation Army Barrie Bayside Mission Centre for providing dinners to our youth. The Salvation Army made about 25 meals each night over a Learn More

SOME DONATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED AS PROVINCE EASES COVID RESTRICTIONS

With the stay-at-home order recently lifted, and the province moving into Step 1 of the reopening plan on June 11, Youth Haven is able to accept some donations again at Learn More