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In the following video Anne Allison of Home Horizon Transitional Support Program is being interviewed by Pastor Paul Kiss of New Life Church in Collingwood. This interview is the first of a series of interviews about some very special people and organizations in the Georgian Triangle.

A special thank you to David Stewart Media and New Life Church, Collingwood

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Nowhere to call home

Leah is a 17-year-old photographer who lives in Collingwood, ON. For the past couple of years she has been traveling, with her dad, to cities throughout North America photographing the homeless and recording their stories. On November 20, the fruits of her labour will be published in a book called Nowhere to Call Home--Photographs and Stories of the Homeless, Volume 1. This past July CBC's 'The National' aired a documentary about Leah's photography and stories of people experiencing homelessness. Since then her work has begun to attract worldwide attention. For example, the BBC recently did a story about her. As well, this past September she shared the stage with Prince Harry and the president of the U.N. at the Air Canada Centre for the WE Day and WE Family events where she addressed 40,000 people. She has, also, been asked to attend ARTWALK NY this November as the special guest of David Giffen, the organizer. And this coming April she is being flown, all expenses paid, to the Women of the World 2018 festival in Australia to exhibit her photography and give talks.



"From Homelessness to a permanent home"

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Home Horizon transforms the lives of homeless women, children and youth
through support, counselling and housing.
 

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