International Justice Mission is a global organization protecting the poor from violence throughout the developing world. IJM partners with local authorities to rescue victims of violence, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors, and strengthen justice systems. International Justice Mission Canada shares in this mission.Our vision: Rescue thousands, protect millions and prove that justice for the poor is possible.
Deborah’s Gate is a national, specialized program of care serving international and domestic women age 18 and up who have been trafficked into situations of sexual and/or labour exploitation, and are in need of protective and restorative housing and healing*. Deborah’s Gate is located in a confidential and secure location providing maximum security measures for those facing high level safety risks. Since inception, over 120 survivors of human trafficking have accessed rehabilitation and healing through Deborah’s Gate. The impacts of trafficking on a human life is devastating, but Deborah’s Gate aims to change the script of the story. It exists as a safe and restorative environment that fosters psychosocial healing for survivors of human trafficking and exploitation. In addition to long-term housing, residents are provided access to emotional, physical, social, psychological, and spiritual support according to their needs such that they are given every opportunity to recover from the devastating effects of the trauma they have experienced.
As Canada’s largest agency serving at-risk, homeless and trafficked youth, Covenant House Toronto changes lives by providing the widest range of services and support to as many as 300 youth a day. A national leader, we educate and advocate for change by influencing public policy and delivering prevention and awareness programs.
More than a place to stay, we provide 24/7 crisis shelter and transitional housing on-site and in the community, along with comprehensive services, including education, counselling, health care, employment assistance, job training and aftercare.
In 2013 several threads from different individuals and organizations began to be woven together in a mutual desire to address the lack of resources for victims of human trafficking in a direct and tangible way. It developed into a shared vision of creating an initiative to provide needed housing and support for people who are trafficked in Canada.
Timea’s Cause is a Social Enterprise, a for profit corporation, that will help to bring sustainable revenue to support agencies who are combating Human Trafficking in Canada. Timea’s Cause is a brand, a brand that promotes: Survival, Hope and Happiness. Timea’s Cause products will be introduced to the Public in 2016.
Since 1985 Christopher Invidiata has been a leader in the community to give back as he believes "we are blessed to be a blessing." Christopher has been a consistent supporter of many charities including, but not limited to, Sick Kids Hospital, Children Miracle Network, Circle of Care, Run For Life, Dreams Take Flight, The Fight Against Breast Cancer, and The Red Cross. The "secret" behind Christopher's success has been loving people, whether they are part of the community or clients. Christopher Invidiata is recognized as one of the most successful Real Estate professionals Canada has known. Invidiata is RE/MAX's leading Residential Realtor for Canada; serving the Greater Toronto Area for 25 years and specializing in Oakville's waterfront property since 1987. RE/MAX is the largest real estate company in the world. With over 90,000 Sales Associates in more than 6,300 offices operating in more than 80 countries worldwide, RE/MAX recognizes Christopher as a "true leader amongst the leaders of the Real Estate Industry."
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Boa, a fashion forward, Toronto-based clothing boutique was established in 2001 by twin sisters Ofra and Daphne Nissani. Immersed in the apparel/retail world from a young age, the sisters while familiar with the industry, were excited by the prospect of starting their own fashion boutique. Driven by their love of fashion and their entrepreneurial spirit, Ofra and Daphne persevered through the obstacles of launching and running a business.