Everyone Belongs, name of Regent Park Project for L'Arche Toronto
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EVERYONE BELONGS! A new model of inclusive community living in Toronto.

After 48 years of vibrant community living, L’Arche Toronto Homes Inc. is ready to welcome additional persons with intellectual disabilities (core members) who have been on the long waiting list for a new home. These individuals will have the opportunity to engage with the L’Arche Toronto community and with Toronto’s wider community in a more direct and mutually enriching way.

Starting in 2015, L’Arche Toronto Homes Inc. explored new housing models that are attractive, accessible, cost-effective and community-friendly for L’Arche Toronto’s future growth.

A new home, approximately 4,400 square feet, all on a single floor in a new condominium development was designed to welcome five core members and three assistants (direct support workers) in order to provide a fully-accessible, barrier-free and inclusive lifestyle. This unit will have eight bedrooms, three bathrooms, an office, a media room, laundry facilities ensuite, two emergency exits and same floor access to the building’s recreation and community facilities. 

This innovative housing project is in the heart of Toronto in Regent Park. The custom-designed unit in the Daniels Corporation’s Artworks Tower is nearing completion with an expected occupancy of April 2023.

The campaign EVERYONE BELONGS! is raising $3.8 million to purchase and furnish the home and bring this opportunity to fruition and to create a more inclusive community in Toronto.


Please join us on this journey and help build on an extraordinary legacy!

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If you have any further questions, please contact:

Caroline Hughey

Director of Development

416-406-2869 ext.35

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L'Arche Toronto Announces Donation from The Daniels Corporation

L'Arche Toronto is thrilled to share that we have received a $100,000 donation from The Daniels Corporation  towards our EVERYONE BELONGS capital campaign. The project is currently under construction and will bring our community a fifth home in Regent Park, early next year. Recently, a small group had the opportunity to tour the 4,400 square foot condo unit and take part in the cheque presentation. 


Join the Everyone Belongs Challenge!

Why not join the challenge and make your own fundraising page to share with family and friends. Making a page is fast, easy and safe!


Help provide a new affordable, fully-accessible and barrier-free home for individuals with intellectual disabilities in the thriving Regent Park community.

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EVERYONE BELONGS!  L’ARCHE TORONTO’S CAMPAIGN TO CREATE A PLACE TO LIVE, GATHER AND GROW.  A new model of inclusive community living in Toronto. The campaign will raise $3.8 million over the next three years to create a more inclusive community in Toronto by opening a condominium home in Regent Park for five individuals with intellectual disabilities and three assistants.

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A donation of securities or mutual fund shares is the most efficient way to give charitably since the capital gains tax does not apply. Your security or mutual fund donation means a larger donation for L'Arche Toronto and it also means a larger charitable tax receipt for you. Please call Caroline or use the Canada Helps button above. 

You can make a one-time gift, or make a pledge over three to five years using this pledge form.

Cheques made out to L’Arche Toronto Homes Inc. may be mailed to 186 Floyd Avenue, Toronto ON M4J 2J1 Attention: Caroline Hughey


Thank you to our wonderful donors to the Everyone Belongs Campaign who have committed more than $2,246,250!

$500,000 and over

City of Toronto Open Door Affordable Rental Housing Program


$250,000 to $499,999

The Munro Family

$100,000 to $249,999

Brad and Katherine Badeau

In honour of Joe, Mary and the Leadership Team and in memory of Patsy and Mel

The Daniels Corporation

Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto

$50,000 to $99,999

The Arrell Family Foundation

Kathie Drummond and Gerrard Rocchi

The Lewis Cohen Foundation

John and Denise MacNeil

Estate of Susan Zimmerman


$25,000 to $49,999


Dorothy Brophy

DTAH (pro bono)

The Harry E. Foster Charitable Foundation

Edward Hyland and Mary Corkery

McCarthy Tetrault (pro bono)

$10,000 to $24,999


The Cranery Foundation

Jim and Anna Jane Gilchrist

Griggs Family Foundation at Toronto Foundation

The Herd Family

Chris and Noella Milne

The Murtaugh Fund


$5,000 to $9,999

Carol M. Cross

Canada Gives - Robert Green & Kelly Willis Green Foundation

    * In Honour of Stacy Gilchrist and the Gilchrist Family

Robert and Caroline Hughey

Verdiroc Holdings Limited - Greenwin Cares

Doreen Wan Min Kee

Article in Globe and Mail From Dec 13 2019
L'Arche Toronto Brochure

L'Arche House

Up to $4,999


Raphael Arens and Amy DeMoulin

Lydia Banducci

Marshall and Mary Ann Barkin

Roland Beauregard

Leonie Bedford

Marnie Bell

* In Memory of Patsy  & Mel 

Benevity Community Impact Fund

Brian Bernal

The BLG Foundation 

Rachel and Jim Boles

Douglas Bradley and Mary Killoran

Cathie Breton

Natalie Breton

Anne Broadhead

Bonnie Brown

Denyse Burns

Isabelle Cochelin

Joe and Mary Egan

Aimee Fehlner

Kate Gilchrist and Jamie Brodie

John Guido

Mark Guslits 

Brian and Mary Lou Halferty

Bronwyn Hannelas

John and Patricia Heming

Edgar Hielema

Brian and Janine Hogan

John Howard

Ibrahim Inayatali

In Memory of Bill Beaudoin

Marc James

David Jebb

Rebecca Johnson

Caroline Kassee

Anne Keary

Judy Keefe

Mary Kennedy

Kevin and Joan Keough

Dean Levitt

David and Deborah Livingston-Lowe

Tina and Harry Lynch

Brian Lynn

Diane Marshall

Michael Marshall and Jane Manning-Marshall

Paula A McMullan

Joe Modeste

Anne and Nick Pashley

Iliff and Jane Peck

Marilyn Pirie

Bogdan Pospielovsky

Elinor Richardson

Therese Sauriol

Debbie Schatia

Ann Shaw

Barbara Sheppard

Dr. Yau Man and Christina Siew

Phil and Margaret Small

Andrew Stancek

Stella Ting

Lindsay and Bill Watson