Each individual staying in emergency shelter has a story to tell and those stories are not always easy to hear. Some men will spend only one night, others will return frequently. The reasons for coming are as varied as the men themselves, but perhaps one thread common to all is a desire or need for
The trees have come down, the presents unwrapped, and the decorations packed into boxes. As another holiday season ends, we settle into the winter months. And for some, it’s anything but a wonderland. “When you’re trying not to freeze to death, the winter is long and dark,” says Mike Toth, Director of Shelters at Mission
Featured Stories You are Invited to the 2021 Virtual Hope Banquet & Silent Auction The Mission Services of London Hope Banquet & Silent Auction will be held virtually on November 25, 2021. Keynote Speaker Liz Murray (right) will share her journey of determination, hope and hard-won success. The child of drug-addicted parents, Murray began experiencing
We are pleased to feature Men’s Mission in this issue of Curb Notes. A big thank you goes out to each of you that helped us to Fill Up the Bus on August 21st! There were 125 backpacks, 75 lunch bags, and over 1500 additional school items collected to send to the children at Rotholme
We are pleased to feature Quintin Warner House in this issue of Curb Notes. Thank you for your generosity and support of neighbours in need. Hope is possible with you. View your 2017-2018 Annual Report now! Donation Requests from Quintin Warner House Mission Services of London receives funding and support for Quintin Warner House from
We are pleased to feature the Mission Store and Legacy Giving in this issue of Curb Notes. To find out more about Legacy Giving, follow the link to Ways to Give/Donate and click on the tab “Estate Giving.” Donation Requests from Mission Store Mission Store accepts donations of all kinds including clothing, kitchenware, housewares, books,
We are pleased to feature the Community Mental Health Programs (CMHP) branch in this issue of Curb Notes. Their programs include Streetscape for outreach assistance, Transitional Case Management, the Crashbed Program overnight crisis beds, and the Resource Centre drop-in day space. High Priority Client Needs at CMHP Please contact CMHP if you would like to
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