“You Are My Sunshine”
By Brandon Jacko


Delivering Women’s Health Equity 

At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Anishnawbe Health Toronto had to quickly pivot its primary healthcare services to support people across a wide spectrum of social-economical situations. In order to meet community members wherever they were located, the Mobile Health Unit was introduced. 

Culturally inclusive and responsive services were provided to those who were unhoused, often street-involved, or seeking refuge in park encampments. AHT partnered with Indigenous housing and community agencies to deliver on-site medical and social services including COVID-19 testing and vaccinations, wrap around health care services, and housing support.  


4th Annual Reception & Auction Tickets Now Available 

After a three-year hiatus, due to the pandemic, the annual Reception & Auction is back! Join us September 27th, 5:30-8:00 at Young Centre for the Performing Arts (Soulpepper Theatre) along with our host companies Beutel Goodman Investment Counsel, Fiera Capital, Guardian Capital, Leith Wheeler Investment Counsel LTD, Lincluden, Ridgewood, and Rodgers Investment Consulting in support of Anishnawbe Health Foundation. To date, this annual event has raised over $130,000 to support the Indigenous community in Toronto. 

This year we are excited to announce that Gimaa (Chief) R. Stacey Laforme, Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation is serving as our Honorary Chair and the evening will be emceed by Andre Morriseau, Board Chair, Anishnawbe Health Foundation. There will be food, drinks, entertainment, door prizes and over 20 items up for silent auction. Past auctions have included exciting items such as Indigenous art, VIP sports packages, concert tickets, and so much more.  

If you are interested in a sponsorship package or contributing an auction item, please contact Emma Cooper at


Join Team Anishnawbe Health at the TCS Toronto Waterfront Marathon Charity Challenge this Fall!   

Anishnawbe Health Foundation is participating in the TCS Toronto Waterfront Marathon Charity Challenge for the fourth year running!  The race and Challenge will be both in-person and virtual this year. The virtual race or walk can be completed on your own timeline between October 1st - 31st and the in-person event will be taking place on October 15th.   

In 2022, runners and walkers raised $11,000 and this year our goal at Anishnawbe Health is to raise $25,000. To date, teams have raised over $48,000 in support of health and healing for the Indigenous community in Toronto.  

If you are interested in running, walking, or would like to offer your support, you can create your own teamjoin our team or donate & share the charity challenge with family and friends.  If you have any questions, please contact Emma at or call 416-657-0379 x 232.    


TICOT Hosts Fundraiser for Anishnawbe Health's Two Spirit/Trans* Program 

The Imperial Court of Toronto (TICOT) is hosting three events to raise funds for Anishnawbe Health Toronto's Two-Spirit/Trans* Program  on May 21st. This is the second time TICOT has shown their support for the Program. In 2021, they raised over $600 during Pride month in Toronto.  

On May 21, the day kicks off with an online auction, followed by two events at Flash on Church. Drag Bingo starts at 3:30 p.m. and the evening ends with a Variety Show starting at 6pm. Thank you to the TICOT members for choosing to support AHF again this year!  For more info visit  



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