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The Rebuilding Lives capital campaign

Casey House is proud to celebrate the completion of a historic $10 million capital campaign to raise private funds to help build the new Casey House, the largest initiative to impact the LGBT community in 25 years.  Thank you for the generous contributions from individuals, corporations and foundations, our community did this together.


“I feel like I’ve been caught up in the rapids and out of control these last couple of years. Casey House is the calm in the middle of the rushing water. Whenever I come through the door at Casey House, it’s like coming home.” – James, Casey House Community Client

Take pride in having helped realize our dream of providing the most comprehensive HIV/AIDS care in our city.  Led by a committed group of volunteer leaders, Casey House attracted ground-breaking new levels of financial support, from the LGBT community and beyond. Funds raised in the Rebuilding Lives capital campaign allow us to expand our current services and programs, and establish the innovative Casey House day health program. Many of our benefactors recognized the opportunity that this campaign provided them, to leave a lasting legacy in support of excellence in HIV/AIDS care and treatment – and as a tribute to the lives lost to this terrible disease.

Rebuilding Lives Through Leadership

Led by cabinet chair Jaime Watt, a former Casey House board chair, and with the support of the Casey House board of directors, we are proud of the role the campaign cabinet has taken in guiding the Rebuilding Lives capital campaign.

Government Support

The Ontario Government, recognizing our need for capital expansion and acknowledging the critical importance of this new model of ambulatory care, is providing funding. The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care will also fund the majority of the day health program’s annual operating costs. The Government’s support is a significant milestone in our evolution and represents a strong vote of confidence in our vision and our leadership contribution to HIV/AIDS health care.