Restoration and Empowerment for Social Transition Centre

Background of the organization:

Restoration and Empowerment for Social Transition or (R.E.S.T.) Center is a charity primarily engaged in interventions aimed at promoting transition to housing programs that provide diverse, multi-faceted supports for youth leaving the care system in its preventive efforts to end homelessness. Support programs include affordable housing, mentorship, counselling, education, life skills and employment training opportunities. The RESTC vision is that youth will be empowered to live healthier and happier lives with adequate support and opportunities to contribute to a better society.


Grant description:

A grant from the Foundation will support the Restoration and Empowerment for Social Transition Centre’s work to provide youth with remote counselling with a qualified counsellor, to help them navigate access to income supports and housing, and deal with mental health challenges.


  • 2020-2020
  • $ 30,000
  • Funding Type: Past Initiatives
  • Initiatives: Covid-19 Emergency Funds

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