Welcome to the Scott Mission

Welcome to The Scott Mission.

Are you in need of groceries? Are you a man in need of a bed tonight? Are you a parent looking for care for your child? Or are you interested in supporting this type of work in the city of Toronto? The Scott Mission responds to these and many more needs every day - providing practical, emotional, and spiritual support for thousands of people each year. The Mission - a Christian, non-denominational organization based in downtown Toronto - offers many programs to support the poor and homeless in our community.

Watch our video to learn more about how our ministry is changing lives or read more about how The Scott Mission can help today.

We have an urgent need for Baby Formula

We have an urgent need for Baby Formula

We have an urgent need for baby formula. This important item is often too costly for families in need - if you would like to help out, you can give unopened cans or donate online towards formula. Thank you!

O'Connor Child Care Centre

O'Connor Child Care Centre

Applications are open for our Child Care Centre in East Toronto. Click here for more information about registering your child!

Do you need help?

Do you need help?

If you are in need of assistance, click here for listings of our programs and services.

Toronto shelter Scott Mission serves up Easter meal
March 31, 2013

The Toronto Star

By: Wendy Gillis

The mission opened its doors on Easter to mark one of the most important days in the Christian faith, an especially suitable one to resurrect optimism and inspire fresh beginnings. Read More »

Scott Mission, Humanity First serve up support and joy to Toronto homeless
December 25, 2012

The Toronto Star

By: Kamila Hinkson and Jessica McDiarmid  Read More »

Former Scott Mission client hands out 1,400 turkeys
December 21, 2012

The Toronto Star  

By: Alex Consiglio

Alex Haditaghi, now a successful businessman, gave away 1,400 turkeys outside Scott Mission on Friday, tangibly remembering the charity that helped his family when they came to Canada as refugees many years ago. Read More »

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