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The House Youth Centre recaps its activities for 2023, looks ahead to 2024

Updated: Jan 9

Below are some 2023 Milestones for The House Youth Centre. 

Feb 2023: The House held its third Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY) fundraiser walk that supports organizations helping those facing hurt, hunger and homelessness. The House serves as a protective measure against these situations through our various programs and services. Our community raised $43,000 for CNOY and we reached a CNOY sponsorship milestone of $14,500. 

Feb. 2023: The House partnered with Youth Wellness Hubs Windsor-Essex to bring free drop-in counselling on Wednesdays from 2:00pm-6:00pm for youth ages 12-25. 

July 2023: The House held its 21st Annual Community Cup Golf Tournament at Sutton Creek Golf Club with 122 golfers doing a shotgun start. The House reached a sponsorship milestone for this event in the amount of $13,950. 

Dec. 2023: The House celebrates their $29,350 Ontario Trillium Foundation Capital Grant with the local MPP Anthony Leardi, The House Board of Directors and Deputy Mayor, Chris Gibb. The grant helped to fund their soundproofing project as well as purchase new technology and audio equipment for program enhancement.

Dec. 2023: The House supports 10 local families for the holiday season thanks to a $5,000 grant from Enbridge. The House sponsored and shopped for eight families provided from The Food and Fellowship Mission and sponsored two families with a nomination application. 

Feb. 2024: Participate in our fourth Coldest Night of the Year by signing up today at

Funds raised go towards supporting The House Youth Centre’s programs for youth in Grade 8 and up. 

—Submitted by program director Morghan Shearon

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