Community

Here at Fusion, we know we’re not saving lives!  But we do know how important it is to give back to the communities where we live and work. We have forged strong partnerships with numerous charitable agencies year to year, each with their own amazing abilities to help those who need it most. Please consider making a difference with your own support, either to the agencies below or somewhere close to your heart.

 

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Toronto Kiwanis Boys & Girls Clubs

The Kiwanis Club of Toronto founded its first Toronto Kiwanis Boys & Girls Clubs in 1921. We work with young people and their families, we enable them to develop the life skills, knowledge and values essential to becoming healthy contributing individuals. It is our vision to be recognized as a leading organization that has a wide scope of resources compelling young people to reach their potential.


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Casey House

Founded by a group of volunteers in 1988, Casey House was Canada’s first stand-alone treatment facility for people with HIV/AIDS, and one of the first in the world. At that time, many people were dying alone, cut off from the support of family and friends because of stigma and misplaced fear. Our founders’ wise response was to create a home environment in which people with HIV/AIDS could be cared for with dignity and compassion. They created new approaches to palliative care, helping to inspire a worldwide revolution in end-of-life care and HIV treatment.


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Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity Canada’s vision, mission and values are delivered by Habitat for Humanity affiliates that work in over 300 communities across Canada. Habitat for Humanity Canada affiliates select and prepare partner families for homeownership, manage the construction of Habitat homes, and hold partner family mortgages. They play a vital role at the local level by engaging community volunteers, securing resources, increasing the profile of Habitat for Humanity and raising awareness about the issue of affordable housing in their communities.