We acknowledge that we live and work in Treaty One Territory, on original lands of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation.


Mission, Vision & Values


As a Christian humanitarian organization, Siloam Mission connects the community in order to alleviate hardships and provide opportunities for change for those affected by poverty and homelessness.


Siloam Mission is a place for support, healing and recovery. We see a world where the partnerships we build help to eliminate poverty and homelessness.


LOVE: We regard all people as created equal and loved by God. We are inclusive and treat all people with respect and dignity. We actively work towards reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people.

SERVICE: From the abundance of God’s love, we find our call to partner with and serve others.

TRANSFORMATION: We provide progressive person-centered services, aimed at transforming the lives of all those we encounter, including those we serve, volunteers, supporters and each other. 

STEWARDSHIP: We are thankful to those who enable our work; we carefully steward their gifts by maximizing the impact of their support.

Statement of Faith

Our full Statement of Faith can be read here.

Hope, Recovery & Transition

Hope begins with a meal in our Drop-In Centre, and a safe place to sleep in Hannah’s Place Emergency Shelter.

Recovery starts in our Saul Sair Health Centre, our one of a kind Arts & Wellness program, and Spiritual Care program.

Transition happens with the help of counselling, housing placement, and job readiness programs, helping those who are experiencing poverty and homelessness regain the meaningful and fulfilling life that we all deserve.

Using an individualized approach with each person who walks through our doors, we walk alongside on their journey toward the life they hope for, and provide a community that will be there for them as long as they need.

Financials & Annual Reports

2020-2021 Annual Report
2020-2021 Audited Financial Statement
Registered Charity Information Return

Past reports available upon request.


Gift-in-Kind Policy
Directed & Restricted Gifts Policy
Privacy Policy

Board Members

About the Board of Directors

Siloam Mission Executive Team

Tessa Blaikie Whitecloud - CEO
Julianne Aitken - Director of Services
Mel Giesbrecht - Director of Finance and Administration.
Kathi Neal - Lead Executive & Director of Development
Laiza Pacheco - Director of Programs and Volunteer Services
Tammy Henwood - Director of Human Resources
Christine Vanagas - Director of Indigenous Relations

Canadian Centre for Christian Charities Accredited Member

Siloam Mission is an accredited member of the Canadian Centre for Christian Charities, alongside nearly 200 other charities across Canada. Being a CCCC member means that Siloam complies with fifty commitments under five standards of accountability – Christian Ministry, Diligent Governance, Financial Oversight and Transparency, Organizational Integrity, and Ethical Fundraising. By adhering to rigorous standards, this accreditation should inspire confident giving among donors. As a CCCC member, Siloam also receives guidance, resources, and supports to help improve operations and manage the complexities of charitable work. Siloam Mission’s accredited member profile can be viewed here.