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

Mission

To offer Christ’s compassionate love to all who are in need of support, healing, and recovery.

Vision

A Winnipeg without Chronic Homelessness.

Values

Siloam Mission’s Values call us to evidence the HEART of God in what we do.

HOLISTIC: A variety of services in one place to support the uniqueness of each journey

EQUITY: Offering those we serve support on their next steps towards healing and recovery

ALTRUISM: Our deepest call is to Love our Neighbours

RELATIONSHIPS: We honour the trust of those we serve and those who help us do so

TRUTH & RECONCILIATION: It is our response-ability as a Christian organization to acknowledge the realities and histories of the Original Peoples of this land and all who are oppressed


Commitment to Truth and Reconciliation

To read Siloam Mission's full Commitment to Truth and Reconciliation, click here.


Strategic Plan

To read the full version of our 2022 Strategic Plan, click here.

For a condensed version of our 2022 Strategic Plan, click here.


Statement of Faith

Our full Statement of Faith can be read here.


Financials & Annual Reports

2022-2023 Annual Report
2022-2023 Audited Financial Statement 

2021-2022 Annual Report
2021-2022 Audited Financial Statement 

2020-2021 Annual Report
2020-2021 Audited Financial Statement 

 

Registered Charity Information Return

Past reports available upon request.


Policies

Gift-in-Kind Policy
Directed & Restricted Gifts Policy
Privacy Policy
External Stakeholder Complaint Policy


Board Members

Click here to learn more about our board members


Siloam Mission Executive Team

Tessa Blaikie Whitecloud - CEO
Julianne Aitken - Director of Services
Mel Giesbrecht - Director of Finance and Administration
Darren Nodrick - Director of Development
Christine Vanagas - Director of Community Wellness


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.


Imagine Canada Standards Accredited

Siloam Mission has received Accreditation from Imagine Canada in their Standards Program.

The Standards is a recognized nonprofit accreditation created to provide best practices that help organizations improve governance and operations in crucial areas: board governance, financial accountability and transparency, fundraising, human resources, and volunteer involvement.

Imagine Canada's Standards are designed to elevate organizational excellence and transparency within charities and nonprofits. The goal is to foster resilience and bolster public confidence in both individual organizations and the sector as a whole. The accreditation process involves meeting 73 rigorous standards spanning financial management and accountability, fundraising, board governance, human resources, and volunteer involvement.


Accessible Customer Service Standards

Siloam Mission is happy to offer Accessible Customer Service to those who make use of our facilities. A copy of our Accessible Customer Service Policy may be supplied upon request by emailing info@siloam.ca.