Stories from the heart.

Phil’s Story

“It’s only by God’s grace that I ended up at the doors of Siloam Mission. Now all I want to do is give back to the community that embraced me with open arms.” -Phil

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Jessie’s Story

“I had been homeless and an addict for a long time. I didn’t know what was going to happen to me and honestly, by then I didn’t care anymore. Everyone at Siloam cared though, and showed me I was worth caring for.” - Jessie

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James’ Story

“I was at the end of my rope. I felt so alone and scared. I love living here, joking around and laughing with all the people. It’s like a family.” -James

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Beatrice’s Story

“It’s hard to stay alive out there, and too easy to die. Siloam Mission saved my life…and they helped me gain the skills I needed to find a job and move forward.” - Beatrice

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Ashley’s Story

“It wasn’t until I came here that I really knew what safe felt like. I never really had that in my life. I’m just so grateful.” -Ashley

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Andrew’s Story

“I always knew there was something wrong. I had nobody left to turn to and I felt like I would be stuck forever. My caseworkers at Siloam Mission changed my life.” -Andrew

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Aleksandra’s Story


“I think many of us have judgement about why people are on the streets, when in reality they’re just like our brothers and sisters…every time I see somebody on the street, I think of my brother.”

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Cory’s Story

“I was raised in foster care and was completely lost when I left the system at 18. I don’t know where I’d be without Exit Up!, but I know it wouldn’t be good. The story of my life is changing.” —Cory

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Changing lives
changes
everything.

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5,989

volunteers

93,939

volunteer hours

21,940

clothing room visits

2,552

unique shelter stays

503,253

meals served

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95

transitioned into housing

health

10,136

visits to our health centre

2,500

appointments with volunteer medical professionals

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92

called The Madison home last year

470

guests per meal (average)

213

enrolled in transition services

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852

people stayed in our shelter throughout the year

Thank you!

To all our supporters

Blog

May 2020

‘Caremongering’ in the Midst of a Crisis

By Jim Bell, CEO Siloam Mission ** This column first appeared in the Winnipeg Free Press **   There’s no denying it. Many of us feel anxious and stressed about the coronavirus situation. Even though restrictions are slowly lifting, we know there is a long road ahead, and all of us will need to continue […]

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Featured News

May 2020

Siloam Mission Completes “Make Room” Capital Campaign

Siloam Mission Completes “Make Room” Capital Campaign Private donors, foundations, corporations and all three levels of government achieve $19M goal Winnipeg, MB (May 28, 2020) – Siloam Mission has reached its goal to fund the new Buhler Centre, a 54,000-square-foot expansion that will add new shelter beds and programming space to serve those experiencing homelessness […]

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