Several years ago, Madalena Madruga, an employee of Cargill in London, saw a television program which compelled her to get involved. “I saw a long table filled with people who had nowhere else to go,” says Madruga. “All those people were eating meals supplied by charity.” In that moment, she began to consider her comfortable
During the holidays, there seems to be an endless stream of parties, events and celebrations. We’re greeted with a glass of warm eggnog, a slice of brie on a fancy cracker and the smell of fresh pine and crisp winter air. The spirit of Christmas is everywhere. The folks at General Dynamics Land Systems however,
Sometimes in the retelling of an event, something is lost in the translation. In fact, I wonder if we do justice to the original at all in the retelling. But I think that what I saw is worth the risk. Recently, I went to a wedding at the Chapel in the Men’s Mission; a seemingly
On Sunday, July 17, 2011 over 250 people joined Lisa Shackelton of the Yoga Shack to attend one of London’s largest yoga classes in support of Mission Services of London. Peace and tranquility filled the John Labatt Centre with participants including radio personality Taz from FM 96 and London Mayor Joe Fontana. Over $1,500 was
For most children around the city, Friday, June 3 marked a PA Day – a day without school and a day for fun. But for a group of children attending a day camp at Siloam United Church, this day was not only fun, it was one in which they learned about the “Good Samaritan”, listened
4,142 unique clients accessed the Emergency Voucher Program in 2016-17.
Five branches devote to 100% hope…more than a shelter.
6,852 accommodated stays in Crashbed Program 2016-17.
204,375 nutritious meals served in 2016-17.