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Looking for a meaningful gift to give a loved one, friend or colleague this holiday season? Check out the Warm Welcomes catalogue and celebrate your loved ones with a gift that gives twice!

Thousands of refugees and newcomers arriving in Toronto this year will not have adequate clothing for the coming season. Over the next four months, we plan to help roughly 8,000 people meet their need for warm winter clothing. And we need your help to do it.

How do you turn a passion for helping people into a career? Meet Kathleen, our new Clothing Programs and Special Initiatives Coordinator, who joined New Circles in September.

Thank you to everyone who signed up to be a donor this year. Recipient profiles and drop-off information will be sent to donors in early November.

Taking twists and turns through Africa, Europe, the United States, and finally, Canada, Bernadette’s story is one of resilience.

Join Grilltime & Amsterdam Brewing Co. for another great night of smokin' hot food, cold drinks, and lively music in support of New Circles!

What makes excellent customer service? What kinds of store layouts are appealing, eye-catching and effective? What motivates you to buy a product – or ignore a pushy salesperson? These are all questions the Leaders in Service Training students explored on a Mystery Shopper field trip to Scarborough Town Centre on July 25.

There were lots of smiling faces at Family Fun Day on July 13, when almost 250 New Circles clients and their family and friends joined us for an afternoon of games, prizes, food and more.

From dresses to accessories to elaborate “prom-posals,” prom is becoming an increasingly expensive experience for young people.

It was a sunny morning at the Ladies Golf Club of Toronto on Monday, May 29 for New Circles’ fifth annual Golf Classic.

We are pleased to share with your our 2015-16 Annual Report, highlighting accomplishments during this period. Thanks to supporters like you, we were able to meet the basic clothing needs of 11,000 people, and provide employment training to 43 individuals, helping to create sustainable pathways out of poverty.

Ivon Kemper is no ordinary volunteer. She has lived around the world with her diplomat husband, and she brings a global perspective to volunteering at New Circles.

New Circles' GLOW clothing service is the largest clothing bank in Toronto. We help 12,000 people of all ages annually.