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What we provide to those experiencing homeless






Toothbrush Protective Cases

About Us

​TorontoTooth is a nonprofit project supported by Calumet and Stong Colleges of the Faculty of Health at York University as an Agents of Change project. Our project aims to provide the homeless youth community of Toronto with oral hygiene products.

The homeless community of Toronto are the most under-served portion of the city's population when it comes to oral health. Our goal is to improve the health of the youth within this community by making oral hygiene accessible.


We strive to raise awareness about income-related inequalities in dental care in the Greater Toronto Area, and hope to ultimately improve social justice in oral health.

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Did You Know?


1 in 3 lower income adults face poverty as a result of poor oral hygiene that makes them unsuccessful in job interviews.

1 in every 3 youth experiencing homelessness do not have proper access to basic oral hygiene supplies such as toothbrushes or toothpaste.

Income-related inequalities in oral health are greater than any other social inequalities in all areas of health.

Ways You Can Help

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Donate to our cause

Help us purchase oral hygiene products for the homeless youth of Toronto.

Sponsor us

Are you an oral hygiene products supplier or do you own a business? Sponsor us with your excess products or donations and receive recognition of your organization on all of our social platforms.


Donate to our GoFundMe


Raise Awareness about our cause

Feel more comfortable donating to GoFundMe?


Visit our page there!

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Tell your friends and family about the income-related inequalities in oral health and invite them to donate to our cause.

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Contact Us

Get in touch with TorontoTooth to learn more about our work and how you can get involved.

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