FRED VICTOR CENTRE — Quick View


Registration no.:
118931377 RR 0001
Charity status:
Registered
Effective date of status:
1967-01-01
Designation:
Charitable organization

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Reporting period ending: 2019-03-31

Programs and activities:

Ongoing programs: Fred Victor is a dynamic, innovative, rapidly growing muli-service organization with a 125-year track record of addressing the needs of people who are homeless, living on very low incomes, and/or in need of mental health support. Services include permanent affordable housing, transitional housing, shelter, drop-in programs and community services, mental & physical health services, food access, employment & training services and a social purpose enterprise. They service individuals, couples and families (approximately 12,000 unique individuals each year). Fred Victor's Housing Accesss and Support Services (HASS) housed 138 people in 2018, connecting people to safe affordable and sustainable housing. To support people on a path out of poverty, Fred Victor's Employment and Training services supported over 1000 clients last year. Last year 143 people were able to secure jobs after receiving services. Our Respite site welcomed 1000s of people living on the street with meals and warm bed. In 2018 80 have been housed permanently and 300 connected to healthcare. the Women's Bakery continued to be instrumental in helping women find meaningful employment despite obstacles such as lack of experience, low education levels, and English as a second language. Last year 18 program graduates gained practical skills as well as hands on experience and are now working permanent, full time jobs in the baking industry. Over the course of the last year, Fred Victor served 74953 meals to the community.

New programs: In October 2018, we opened the doors to Mary Sheffield House - a Victorian property on Jarvis Street that was renovated by the owner and his family. It was converted into supportive transitional housing for 27 senior women from the shelter system. the Program inspired transformation, confidence and helped to better their health. Half of the Women have moved out to permanent housing. Since opening the safe Injection Site in 2018, the service has had over 8000 visits and has reversed 137 overdoses. this vital service will continue to be safe haven for the growing number of our community with addictions.


Total revenue: $35,445,300.00


Total expenses: $35,005,228.00


Compensation

  • Total compensation for all positions
    $19,164,714.00
  • Full-time employees
    203
  • Part-time employees
    140
  • Professional and consulting fees
    $866,667.00
Compensated full-time positions:
$80,000 to $119,999
7
$120,000 to $159,999
3

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