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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January 2021

Safe at Home Manitoba

As a recipient of the Safe at Home Manitoba grant, we are putting together 219 Boredom Buster Boxes for community members! The boxes vary in theme from art (72), wellness (67), and games (80). These boxes are for people that have been recently housed so that they can stay home, stay safe, and stay connected. […]

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Featured News

October 2021

Siloam Mission Announces New CEO, Improved Indigenous Relations

Siloam Mission Announces New CEO, Improved Indigenous Relations   Consultations with Indigenous community leads to new commitments   Winnipeg, MB (October 28, 2021) – Siloam Mission is announcing a new CEO, along with new commitments to improve Indigenous relations following community consultations this year. The new CEO, Tessa Blaikie Whitecloud, will begin work with the […]

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