Cobourg Home Depot store launches Spring Orange Door Project Fundraising Campaign to Combat Youth Homelessness

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100 per cent of funds raised throughout the campaign will benefit Rebound Child & Youth Services Northumberland.

The Home Depot Canada’s Cobourg store has again partnered with Rebound Child & Youth Services to raise funds in support of local at-risk and homeless youth.

Until June 25th, customers can donate online at or at the store’s checkout. All local donations will help Rebound Child & Youth Services to continue to offer no-cost programming to support and enhance mental health services, literacy and learning help, family wellness and parenting support, and youth justice diversion programs – all geared towards helping children, youth, and families reach their fullest potential.

“The support of the Orange Door Project will help us ensure that we are able to sustain our no-cost programming ongoing, particularly programs that support the most at-risk youth in the community” says Nicole Wood, Rebound’s Executive Director. “Our Family Wellness Hub – one of the many programs at Rebound – offers a continuum of programs, services, and supports for families. These programs and services use a family-centered approach to provide the support, skills, and necessary to navigate the wellness of children and youth and establish a healthy family foundation. Our vision at Rebound is to ensure that children, youth, and families have the opportunity to reach their fullest potential.  We are so grateful for the ongoing support from Cobourg Home Depot!”

Through The Orange Door Project campaign, The Home Depot Canada Foundation supports 126 organizations that are committed to preventing and ending youth homelessness across the country.


About Rebound Child & Youth Services Northumberland

Rebound Child & Youth Services Northumberland (Rebound) is a non-profit charitable organization providing mental health counselling, literacy and learning help, prosocial skills building, parenting and family support, youth justice diversion and trusteeship services. Rebound has been responding to the changing needs of children and their families in Northumberland County since 1997 by offering innovative early interventions and supports to those we serve. We believe that all children and youth have the opportunity to grow to their fullest potential. Their success is our priority. For more information, visit


About The Home Depot Canada Foundation:

The Home Depot Canada Foundation is a Canadian registered charity committed to preventing and ending youth homelessness in Canada. Through community partnership THDCF works to remove systemic barriers youth face to foster healthy pathways for change. To create new paths for youth experiencing homelessness, The Home Depot Canada Foundation is investing $125 million by 2030.

Youth homelessness continues to be on the rise in Canada, and now more than ever youth need support. Issues youth experiencing homelessness face daily are complex and require holistic approaches and wrap-around community support. They need a safe place to live. They need access to support services that will help them create healthy pathways to exit homelessness. For more information, please visit:

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