Our Social Enterprise that Helps Fund our Work!

Going forward with all future print runs, we are using this NEW (& LOCAL) ARTWORK – compliments of www.fivelime.design.

We are in LOVE with this adaptation that fivelime design created. THANK YOU!

Many thanks again to the talent from www.fivelime.designs for this captivating new graphic.

Questions? Email: bfulawnsigns@gmail.com

Past Campaigns




Beat the Heat Campaign

June 1st to June 12th

Here are the details of our 2nd Annual Beat the Heat Campaign.

Barrie Families Unite seeks to help re-purpose gently used A/C units (both window and portable) and fans to households that have an individual with a medical condition that is excerbated by extreme heat.

If you have a unit to donate to our cause, please reach out. If you need help to ‘Beat the Heat’, please fill out our online form.

Summer Clothing Campaign

Our 2021 Summer Clothing Campaign was a HUGE success and saw BFU help outfit approximately 250 individuals in our community with a fantastic selection of summer clothing. Not to mention diverting thousands of pounds of perfectly good textiles from our landfills!

Estimated costs to purchase the clothing that was donated to these individuals was $80,000 (using Walmart.ca price comparisons).

Free Winter Outerwear Pop Up Shops: Nov/Dec 2020

BFU hosted 2 FREE Pop Up shops last Nov/Dec where we welcomed over 250 families to come in and shop for their winter outerwear household needs! It was a great success.

Coming again in 2021

Back to School Mask Campaign

Late August of 2020 we received news that our children would be returning to in-class learning for school, with mandatory masks. BFU jumped in and helped facilitate the distribution of over 500 free child sized masks to families in need.

2021 Campaign will be dependent on Covid conditions at that time.

BFU Beat the Heat Campaign

Summer of 2020 was a HOT one. Noticing a trend of households desperately trying to find relief from the heat, BFU launched this campaign. Targeted at helping households who had individuals who’s health was negatively affected by excessive heat and were low income.

Coming again in 2021