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Share Your Story: Wyndham House

Wyndham House has been working to prevent, reduce and end youth homelessness for almost 45 years in Guelph-Wellington. Our organization provides crucial programming and supports to youth between the ages of 16 and 25.


For youth experiencing a housing crisis, family breakdown or those who have no place to call home, Wyndham House is their only option in Guelph-Wellington. We provide short-term shelter, long term transitional housing, housing stability outreach programs and direct access to barrier free health care, housing & wellness supports at our downtown Youth Service Hub. Each year, we work with over 500 individual youth.


We have two exciting fundraising campaigns throughout this holiday season!

2nd Annual Socks for Shelter Campaign:

This year we have introduced two bright, and vibrant designs in two sizes. The Diamond pattern and the Polka Dot pattern are both available in small (6-9) or large (10-13). This year, we also have the option to buy them online! Socks are $15.00 per pair, but if you find us in the community throughout December, you can take advantage of our 3 pairs for $30.00 deal!

To see where we will be, or to purchase online, go to You can also arrange a purchase by calling 519-822-4400 or emailing 100% of sales go directly into programming that will help homeless youth move from crisis to stability.


Guelph Storm Tickets for Sale:

Game dates at the Sleeman Centre are: Friday, December 28th at 7:30 p.m. against the Hamilton Bulldogs and the Sunday, January 20th at 2:00 p.m. against the Niagara Ice Dogs. Each ticket is $17.50 with a portion coming back to Wyndham House to help fund our programs and supports.

Tickets are really close to the ice and we have a very limited supply! Call 519-822-4400 or email to get yours.


Thank you for your support in our work and from everyone at Wyndham House, we wish you and yours a very safe and happy holiday season!

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