COVID-19 Update from Eva’s Print Shop

At Eva’s Print Shop we are committed to the health and wellbeing of our staff and our community. To ensure we help minimize the spread of COVID-19, Eva’s Print Shop remains closed to the public and has reduced its operations to our production staff only. 

Even though we are closed to the public our team is still busy taking orders. If you are an essential service please do reach out to [email protected] or call 647-274-0961 to place an order.

If you have any orders in-process with us currently where your location will not be open to accept the shipment during the next two weeks, please advise us (s[email protected] or [email protected]) so we can either deliver to an alternative address, or hold at our facility to ship at a later date.

Our training program and drop-in services have closed until further notice, but our production team remains busy assisting our clients with the production of public notices, signage for retailers and print materials for a number of our non-for-profit and social service partners.

Suspending our Graphic Communications and Print Training Program including our drop-in services was a very difficult, but necessary, decision to make to help stop the progression of this pandemic. We are taking steps to ensure the safety of our production staff while continuing to serve our partners who are providing essential services to our community. 

Thank you for your continued support, especially during these times. The success of our Social Enterprise is dependant on the support of a strong community, something we are very grateful to be apart of.

Eva’s Print Shop is a full-service digital printer that reduces youth homelessness. When you print with us, you help prepare youth experiencing homelessness for employment in the graphics and print sector. We reinvest every dollar of profit into shelter, food, caring support, and basic needs for homeless youth at Eva’s.

We specialize in small and wide print formats as well as bindery services. Through our innovative profit-for-purpose social enterprise model, Eva’s Print Shop helps homeless youth build better futures. Over 70% of our training program students get full-time work, and we provide follow-up support to help them sustain employment.

PrintAction magazine described Eva’s Print Shop as “Canada’s leading social program with print ties.” Our shop is located in Eva’s Phoenix transitional housing and employment training facility in downtown Toronto.

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