What's Happening

May

30

2024

Reconciliation Gathering

Join us in our continuing journey towards reconciliACTION with Indigenous Peoples as a community.   Our second annual Reconciliation Gathering will once again be an opportunity to learn how we can approach Reconciliation, and put it into action, in our Christian context. We see it as our response-ability as a Christian organization to acknowledge the realities […]

May

30

2024

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Stories from the heart.

Frank’s Story

“I like to volunteer here now. I can give back to the place that helped me when I needed it the most.” - Frank

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Mary’s Story

“I couldn’t afford a place to sleep and food and school at the same time. I was deathly afraid of becoming homeless, but if I wanted to finish school, I had no other choice. The people here were so kind and nice...they really cared about me.” - Mary

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Harry’s Story

“I used to have a bad reputation. I got into fights all the time. But now that I’m sober, I’m cleaning up my life. And I’m trying to be the dad my daughters need me to be.” - Harry

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Shannon’s Story

“When I wear my vest and go out to clean the streets, people don’t see me as homeless or addicted. They see me as a worker. And that makes me feel good.” - Shannon

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Dexter’s Story

“Life can be disappointing, and a heartache. But it always helps to keep a smile on your face.” - Dexter

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Jackie’s Story

“I started using drugs to forget my past. I needed to make the pain go away. But it only made things worse. I lost my job and my apartment. When I came here, I started to heal.” - Jackie

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Changing lives
changes
everything.

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789

individual volunteers

35,447

volunteer hours

15,943

clothing room visits

547,502

meals served in the Drop In

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73

people supported to find housing

health

3,649

consultations at our health centre

1,602

appointments with volunteer medical professionals

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91

called The Madison home last year

43,800

meals served to go

198

participants supported by transition services

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1,445

people stayed in our shelter throughout the year

Thank you!

To all our supporters

Blog

February 2024

Picking up Steam

Social Enterprise takes on new external clients thanks to donors Siloam Mission’s Laundry Service soared in 2023, taking on new external clients and employing even more people experiencing homelessness. This year marks our fifth year of the social enterprise, and we have come a long way. In 2019, the program started by doing Siloam’s linens […]

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Featured News

February 2024

Na a way Ishkode Opens at Siloam Mission

    NEWS RELEASE   Na a way Ishkode Opens at Siloam Mission Space brings more opportunities for healing for Indigenous community   Winnipeg, Manitoba, 9 February 2024 – A new Indigenous-designed space at Siloam Mission is opening today. It will offer First Nations, Inuit, and Métis community members opportunities to restore their dignity and […]

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