Human-Kind-ness Campaign

WoodGreen Community Services is partnering with Canadian photographer Leah den Bok for The Human-Kind-ness Campaign, an initiative that brings focus to Toronto’s most vulnerable, aimed at raising awareness and funds for essential community services. The digital campaign is anchored by Leah den Bok’s powerful and provocative portraits.

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About the campaign

The Human-Kind-ness Campaign aims to highlight six of the city’s most staggering social issues while humanizing those in the community who are most affected by them. Leah’s powerful images evoke emotion as she attempts to exhibit the social crisis through her provocative photography.


The campaign focuses on the top six chronic social issues in Toronto:

  • Housing
  • Mental health
  • Marginalized youth
  • Unemployment
  • Newcomer settlement
  • Vulnerable seniors


The Human-Kind-ness Campaign is anchored on WoodGreen’s Instagram page and amplified across all of the organization’s social channels.


Every donation contributes to The Human-Kind-ness Campaign and supports WoodGreen’s efforts to address the city’s chronic issues by providing tangible hope for Toronto residents that need it most.



Newcomer Settlement

Mental Health


Marginalized Youth

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Meet the Artist

Leah den Bok is a fun loving, multiracial-Canadian fashion photographer. She has an interest in breaking the norms in fashion through an exploration of different angles, gender and diversity. Leah loves to travel and her photography has brought her around the globe to cities such as Los Angeles, San Diego, Brisbane, New York, Santo Domingo, Washington, and Zürich. Send Leah an email to chat about upcoming projects. She is currently based in Toronto, Canada and available Internationally upon request.


Her work has been featured in CBS, BBC, MTV, Vogue Italia, CBC, Corriere Della Sera, Toronto Star, Toronto Sun, Family Channel, CTV, Chatelaine, TVO, Global News, Breakfast Television, Victoria News, Rogers Television, Blog TO, Mob Journal, Trend Prive, Photographic Canadiana, Art Airlines, Click Magazine NYC and more.


On top of her primary work Leah has been traveling to cities throughout the world for several years photographing the homeless and recording their stories for her portrait series, Humanizing The Homeless. She is the author of three books: Nowhere to Call Home—Photographs and Stories of People Experiencing Homelessness, Volumes One, Two, and Three.


Leah has won awards such as the, IDRF Impact Award in 2018, Murray Clerkson Award in 2019, Snap Photo Competition in 2020, and Ascend Rising Star of the Year in 2020.

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