One teen’s words of Thanksgiving—for YOU

This Thanksgiving, Akilah and her friends will be giving thanks to caring friends and donors like you. They know that without your support, Scott Mission Camp wouldn’t exist! “I first came to The Scott Mission when I was in grade three or four,” Akilah says. “I’d heard about it through my friends who have been going since grade two. I … Read More

Thinking of volunteering at The Scott Mission this Thanksgiving?

Before you sign up, be warned that volunteering could be the best thing you ever do, for yourself, and for the hungry and hurting in our community! Meet volunteer Lynette Jenkins who is serving help and hope—one plate at a time. As a child, Lynette Jenkins saw much of the world while her father served in the Air Force, but … Read More

Vale—A story of Thanksgiving!

Vale was hungry, homeless, and without hope the day he came through the doors here at The Scott Mission. Worse still, he truly believed he deserved nothing more. Over a hot meal, we talked with Vale and learned a little about the shattered relationships that had driven him to the streets of Toronto with nothing but the clothes on his … Read More

Katalin didn’t want to ask for help. She did it for her children . . .

This desperate mother had no choice but to ask for help. With two little children, and a husband seeking work, she took a deep breath and walked through The Scott Mission’s doors. Nothing could have prepared her for the genuine love and kindness she found when she passed through the Mission doors. She says, “The first time I came to … Read More

“Camp really helps you stay along the good path . . .”

Image of a girl named Louisa

Luisa can spot first-time campers. She recognizes their homesickness and reluctance to join in, because that’s exactly how she was on her first day. She’d listened to her older brother rave about how great Scott Mission Camp was for years, and she had been eager to go, too, once she was old enough. But as she watched her parents drive … Read More

Give the gift of a lifetime to children in need—the gift of summer camp!

Little girl playing with sand.

Your support is needed now to raise the funds to cover Scott Mission Camp and give more than 600 of Toronto’s underprivileged children the chance of a lifetime to attend summer camp where they will explore the great outdoors, meet new friends, and learn about God. Please prayerfully consider a generous gift today to help raise the $525,506 needed to … Read More

“Thank you for giving to keep camp alive all these years.”

Picture of a young man named, Taeron

Taeron was in fourth grade, and in foster care, when he first experienced Scott Mission Camp. He had no way of knowing the impact it would have on his life. “After the first couple of days I adjusted and had fun with rock climbing, canoeing, biking, sports, worship, and other stuff,” he says. But over the years, Taeron—who is now … Read More

Thank you for your support of Scott Mission Camp!

Image of Miranda, the Scott Mission Camp Director

This will be a summer of firsts for many of the more than 600 children and youth who will be blessed with the opportunity to attend a glorious, life-changing week at Scott Mission Camp— The first time to enjoy the great outdoors in all its majesty, with soaring trees, a sparkling pond, and rustic cabins. The first time to laugh … Read More

Watch as a child’s life changes!

The Scott Mission Camp Video Image Link

Scott Mission Camp in Caledon will start in just a few weeks and, as you can hear from the kids in this video, it is truly life changing! Gifts from caring friends are needed now to ensure that more than 600 underprivileged boys and girls will have the opportunity to enjoy nature, while making friends and learning about God’s love. … Read More

“They gave me help and hope for the future.” —Jennifer*

Jennifer holding her daughter.

After her husband passed away, Jennifer’s whole world collapsed. First, she was stricken with serious health issues. Then, as her money ran out, she was faced with hunger and homelessness. “I was really down,” Jennifer says. “I couldn’t afford food or a place of my own. It was really bad.” Thankfully, someone recommended she visit The Scott Mission and that … Read More