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Lacking a dwelling place to call home. This includes people living on the street, in city shelters, in decrepit housing or staying temporarily with friends or relatives.
We of different faiths are working together for the common purpose of ending homelessness in the City of Toronto and surrounding areas. With one voice we will persist in asking persons and institutions with the authority and resources, to act decisively in meeting the needs of people for decent affordable housing; in asking persons of goodwill to join their voice to ours in this common cause; and in partnering with others to improve housing conditions for people in need. Our actions are motivated and guided by our Declaration and Call to Action.
From Ideas to Action – Advancing a Robust Housing Agenda
MultiFaith Alliance to End Homelessness Conference – January 27, 2016
The MultiFaith Alliance to End Homelessness (MFATEH) Conference “From Ideas to Action – Advancing a robust housing agenda” took place on January 27, 2016 in the Members Lounge of Toronto City Hall. The full-day event brought together concerned people of faith and other communities, housing advocates, and policy experts to discuss substantive and creative strategies. Fifty-three people were in attendance, including MFATEH members. The success of the day is the result of informative and insightful speakers, an excellent mix of participants, and lively discussions that helped to inform participants on how to work together to move the affordable housing agenda forward. For more information on the event, read the: