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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Blog

January 2019

“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together”

By Jim Bell CEO, Siloam Mission Every year, more people are coming to us for help. The numbers don’t lie – there is a very real homelessness crisis in Winnipeg. Most who end up at our door struggle with unimaginable trauma, leading to mental breakdown, unemployment, loss of health and the will to fight any […]

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Featured News

February 2019

Madison kitchen reaches fundraising goal

Winnipeg Free Press. Supportive housing facility collects more than $150,000 in one month for much-needed upgrade. A Winnipeg kitchen that serves some of the city’s most-needed meals will get a much-needed upgrade, thanks to a successful fundraising campaign that netted more than $150,000 in one month.

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