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Home on the Hill is a Charitable Organization and donations will receive a receipt for income tax purposes.

Donations can be mailed to: 
Home on the Hill Supportive Housing, 209 Harding Boulevard West, Richmond Hill ON, L4C 8X6


Interview With Kathy Mochnacki on the

"Need for a Family Centre and how to donate to Home on the Hill"


Home on the Hill expresses profound gratitude to the following funders who have helped us realize our mission.

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Donor Recognition

Home on the Hill exists because of the help of many members of our community who have stepped forward to offer our organization much needed support. This page is devoted to recognizing these individuals and organizations for whose help and encouragement we are very grateful.  Other organizations which have given Home on the Hill invaluable support can be seen on the Funders’ Page.


Richmond Hill United Church

We are very grateful that the Richmond Hill United Church has stepped forward to offer Home on the Hill a lease of the Manse which is currently being renovated in preparation for four new tenants and a live in housing support worker.  Plans to move forward with this current plan have been put on hold by the COVID-19 virus.


Richmond Hill Lawn Bowling Club

Home on the Hill was delighted that the Richmond Hill Lawn Bowling Club sponsored a fundraising event called “Lawn Bowling with a Goal”  at their club on Sunday July 7th 2019.  This was truly a fun day of lawn bowling, food and entertainment. The following people and companies contributed to the silent auction.  Home on the Hill wishes to sincerely thank these donors:



Title Sponsor



Bathurst Glen Golf Course

Foreign City (DJs)

Furry Friends Company (Dogwalking)

George Brown College


Ken and Elizabeth France

Leslie Block

CAA Markham


Maggie Veltheer

Kathy Mochnacki


MLSE Alumni

Oakview Terrace

PC Crew

Royal Stouffville Golf Course

Ryan and Jen Horne


Susan Horne and John Hinkley

Ted and Silvia Pickles

The Thornhill Club

Treasures Charity Thrift Store

Value Village Steeles at Dufferin

Endeavour Volunteer Consulting for Non-Profits

Home on the Hill is grateful for the thorough review of our services in the spring and summer of 2018 by the committed professionals at Endeavour Executive.  This volunteer driven non profit organization conducted interviews and an online survey of our clients, caregivers and professionals who are impacted by our services.  The information which was gathered will inform our strategic direction moving forward.  Thank you so much Endeavour Executive!

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Home on the Hill would like to thank our wonderful Community who came together for our First Gala Dinner Dance Fundraiser which was held at the Oakview Terrace on Leslie Street, Richmond Hill on October 28, 2017.  


Local politicians, dignitaries, and members of the public contributed their good wishes and financial support to Home on the Hill’s mental health programming. We would especially thank Halycon Minds, and renowned instrumental guitarist, Tonino Chiodo, for their incredible music enjoyed throughout the evening and to those wonderful people who donated to our silent auction.

Home on the Hill was delighted that Richmond Hill MPP Reza Moridi was our Honorary Chair.  The following thoughtful message reflects his observations about our organization and his good wishes for a successful gala evening: 


Home on the Hill was the proud recipient of the Mayor’s Golf Tournament in June of 2015.  Our organization received $20,000 from the proceeds of this tournament.  We have used this money for the development of our programming to support families who care for those with serious mental illness. This money has also funded our Art Therapy, Cooking and Nutrition, Life Skills, Peer Support, and Fitness Programs which have been developed for our clients. Home on the Hill has gratefully received another grant from the Town of Richmond Hill’s Community and Cultural Grant program to fund supplies for its cooking program.  And in 2018, the Grant Program funded the Robert Veltheer Lecture Series on Mental Illness.

We are also the proud recipient of the Councillor Karen Cilevitz’ Skating Party and the Fundraising Drive of the Grade 8 Students of  St. James Catholic School, Tottenham. Home on the Hill would like to thank the people of St. Mary’s Anglican Church in Richmond Hill for their endless generosity in providing space for our programming and for their financial support.  Also, we are very grateful to St. Matthews United Church and to the Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church for their financial donations and support.

Also thank you to:


          Treasures Charity Thrift Shop

          CMHA York

          Marj Andre – Communications

          Michael Smith, Graphic Artist – Logo

          Pollination Design – Web Design

          Bill Stathokos Technical Support

          Maddy D’Urzo Technical Support

Dr. Mark Berber, Psychiatrist – Speaker Series

The Rev. Dr. Derek Davidson – Speakers Series

Marvin Ross-Speakers Series

Dr. David Dawson – Speakers Series

Dr. Michael Sarin-Speakers Series

Maria Ricupero, R.D.,CDE, MHSc Registered Dietitian-Speakers Series

Ana Long-Speakers Series

Dr. Paul Kohn-Speakers Series

Dr. Amir Barsoum-Speakers Series

Dr. Rus Sethna-Speakers Series

Susan Inman-Lecture Series

Murray MacAdam, Anglican Diocese of Toronto – Speakers Series

Malcolm A. Freeman – Architectural Design

The Rev. Ruthanne Ward – Faith Communities Advocacy

        The following organizations:

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation – Grant

St. Mary’s Anglican Church, Richmond Hill – Web Hosting

St. Matthew’s United Church, Richmond Hill – Grant

        Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church – Community Pancake Breakfast

St. Matthew’s United Church UCW (United Church Women) – Grant

The Toronto Community Foundation Altair Fund – Grant

Shepherd Photography – email – 647-522-9680 – Photography

Dr. David Goldbloom of CAMH, former Chair of the Mental Health Commission of Canada-Lecture Series

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