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A Walk to Remember: Raising Awareness and Funds for those Experiencing Homelessness

The Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY) walk, which Mission Services hosted for the eighth time in our city, is a national event where communities from Newfoundland to British Columbia walk to raise awareness and funds for those experiencing homelessness. Perhaps it’s a more symbolic event name than apt, since the weather for walk day

2018 Fundraiser Event Updates

Nearly $113,000 raised! Thank you! Thank you for joining us for a night of inspiration around the good work being done through the Men’s Mission at the 2018 Fall Banquet & Silent Auction. Your support provides nutritious meals, warm shelter and more to those in need. We hope to see you for the 2019 event

Lifting Communities: The Volunteer Factor

I feel honoured and privileged to be the Volunteer Relations Coordinator here at Mission Services of London. In this role, I get the opportunity to work alongside an amazing group of volunteers from a variety of backgrounds who have come together to share their gifts and give their time to help those in need. Volunteers

Gifts of Thanks

Thank you to Kiwanis Club of Forest City – London! Thank you to Kiwanis Club of Forest City – London for your generous $6,000 gift made to the Prevention of Homelessness Among Families (PHAF) program at Rotholme Women’s & Family Shelter. Thank you for your continual support of Mission Services and those in need. With

The Thrill of the Treasure Hunt: A Volunteer Story

“I really look forward to seeing what kind of treasures that have been donated to the Store. I genuinely look forward to coming in and coming across a really great find and to be able to appreciate the value it holds,” shares Mission Store volunteer Hugh Cullaton. Hugh has been volunteering for the Mission Store

Board of Directors – Meeting Agendas

Agenda – Monday, September 9, 2019 Agenda – Monday, May 13, 2019 Agenda – Monday, March 18, 2019 Agenda – Monday, February 11, 2019

Be an Active Neighbour

I distinctly remember hearing a prediction throughout my elementary and high school years in the 1960s and 1970s that the world would be different when I grew up. I would live in an idyllic world – specifically, that the daily time we spent on leisure would be significantly greater than the daily time spent on

Community Mental Health Programs (CMHP): Focus on Community

At Community Mental Health Programs (CMHP), a branch of Mission Services of London, the staff can be likened to Brokers. A client comes in looking for help with an issue, the CMHP staff ask what kind of help they are looking for – whether it’s for mental illness or addiction issues (among other things) –

Finding Natalie: A Client Story

Almost four years ago Natalie began her journey to wellness. She had been on her own since she was 15 years old and it had proven to be challenging; she found herself struggling with an addiction which she needed help treating and overcoming. Natalie was put into contact with Sarai, a Streetscape staff member with