The month of Ramadan is a time for Muslims around the world to reflect upon the blessings they've received in their lives, and give back to those who are most in need. This year, we're pleased to offer a new opportunity to give back - by helping those living in poverty meet their needs today, and build skills for the future.
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.
Maggie Hayes takes no credit for goodness, although as a donor to New Circles, she is doing great good.
Do you have high-end clothing and accessories to donate, but aren't sure if they're appropriate for GLOW? With the new Pay It Forward program, you can drop off designer items to our partner Flair Trade - and 70% of the sale proceeds will go right back to GLOW!
New Circles was honoured to receive the Mo Davies Award for Excellence in Fundraising by a Small Organization at the Association of Fundraising Professionals Annual Congress on Wednesday, November 23.
This time last year, we saw an outpouring of support in response to the Syrian refugee crisis. But our work at New Circles hasn't stopped there. This holiday season, we're pleased to launch the Warm Welcomes Gift Catalogue, offering a range of simple gifts that make a real impact.
Our friends at Little White Sneakers and Fun Love Photography are hosting a fantastic fundraiser on Saturday, November 12 in support of New Circles!
On October 20, more than two hundred guests ate, drank, danced and mingled at Amsterdam Brewery in support of New Circles at the Leaside Smokedown.
The Leaside Smokedown is officially SOLD OUT! Thank you to everyone who purchased a ticket (or two) - we're looking forward to a great night!
“I’m looking for a job but I don’t have any Canadian experience,” said GLOW volunteer Richeline, who is among the first cohort of participants to enroll in our new Retail Foundations course.
Richeline, a mother of three who came to Canada from Haiti, is the ideal candidate for this program which launched in February and is geared to newcomer women facing barriers to employment.
New Circles Community Services is pleased to announce the receipt of a $248,500 grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) to support its core program GLOW (Gently Loved Outfits to Wear). Over the next three years, the grant, part of OTF’s new Grow grant program that enables organizations to build on proven programs in the community, will help New Circles expand its free clothing bank to meet the needs of 12,000 vulnerable residents each year.