Canada's first LGBT youth shelter asks for help building its library

This week, Sprott House — Canada's first shelter for LGBT youth — opened in Toronto's Annex neighbourhood. Offering rooms for up to 25 youth between the ages of 16 and 24, the facility needs your help to take it to a very necessary next level: an in-house library.

Donations are being accepted until February 15

(Michael Erickson)


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