Be inspired by stories of compassion, resilience and innovation!

Circles of Hope: Stories of compassion, resilience & innovation is an annual TED Talk style symposium focused around the social issues that all play a factor in family homelessness. Incorporating Indigenous ideas on storytelling, we come together and convey a vision of what we want the future to look like.

This is not just an event for people working within the homeless-serving sector but for anyone with an interest in social issues related to our city, province and country. Circles of Hope provides a safe, courageous space for celebration and contemplation, reconciliation and connection. It awakens within each of us our awareness and personal recognition of our power to create purposeful and meaningful conversations around ending child and family homelessness.

Circles of 2017 Hope Schedule

2017 Gallery


Meet our presenters

Storytellers, experts, innovators, artists and survivors!