The truth about Scott Mission Camp!

Alex knows about summer camps, and insists Scott Mission Camp is the best. That’s why he hasn’t missed attending for six years! When asked what’s so great about Scott Mission Camp, Alex says the counsellors are awesome and there are lots of great activities like canoeing, biking, swimming, hiking, and singing and dancing around the campfire. What Alex likes best … Read More

Hector never expected that addiction would take over his life.

He shared, “I was showing up to school and work drunk. I managed to hide it for a long time. Eventually I lost control of my life and ended up on the streets for many years.” Then came the day when Hector realized he would lose the fight to winter weather and addiction if he didn’t make huge—and permanent—changes in … Read More

Fun and Faith in the Great Outdoors at Scott Mission Camp!

Did you know that when you support The Scott Mission, your support is enriching the lives of our community’s children, teens, and families? It’s true! Just ask Taejun . . . Eight years old and full of energy, Taejun has been attending Scott Mission Camp since he was just a preschooler, and almost all of his favourite memories are from … Read More

Meet volunteers, Bob and Joyce—Serving our community in love

From the kitchen to the dining hall to the distribution centre, Bob and Joyce are a part of our amazing team of volunteers who help The Scott Mission put hope into the hearts of people who are lost, in need, or defeated by life. For many years now, this loving couple has served their neighbours in need weekly. “It’s good … Read More

Advocates for All of God’s Children

Flashback to 2011. Doug and Martha saw the homeless on our city streets, and wanted to help them with meals and shelter, but they also wanted to share the life-changing hope of God’s love with each soul. So they sent their first gift to The Scott Mission and recently made the decision to support this important work with a recurring … Read More

A Young Mother—No Longer Homeless and Afraid

When Maddie* came through the Mission doors, she was truly afraid. With no friends or family and a baby to care for, she didn’t know how they would survive. Her circumstances were further complicated because she feared for their safety. She shared, “I was so depressed, I cried every night the first week. My baby was sick and I thought, … Read More