Yes, you really DO make a difference!

People ask me, “How can I help? How can I really make a difference for our struggling neighbours?”

I tell them the truth! The best way to directly and immediately impact the lives of families and individuals who are struggling with hunger, homelessness, and hopelessness this winter is through your ongoing support of The Scott Mission.

Just ask Margot* who says, “The Scott Mission has helped us a lot with food, clothing, diapers, and more. Thank you for all your help and God bless you!”

Margot is just one of the many people in your community who struggles to make ends meet each day. After paying rent, neighbours like her have just $7.83* left per day to pay for groceries, diapers, bus passes, prescriptions, and everything else! Imagine the fear this woman lives with each day—

What if my baby gets sick?

What if I can’t afford to buy her formula?

What will I do when my toddler can’t fit into his winter coat?

Will we be homeless if I can’t pay the rent?

Here’s the facts that proves how your support really makes a difference. In 2019, your support helped provide—

92,119+ hot, nutritious meals for hungry neighbours

26,471 nights of safe shelter

30,846+ bags of groceries for hungry families and individuals

The spark of transformation in the lives of hundreds through ministry programs

788 children and youth received guidance in a nurturing environment through after-school programs and Scott Mission Camp in Caledon

Life-changing counselling for hundreds of hurting hearts

2,600 Families with Christmas help including gifts for 1,900+ children

Sadly, hunger and poverty remain a stark reality for many of your neighbours across Toronto. But when you support The Scott Mission, you’re helping people who are suffering and afraid get the meals, help, and hope they need for a better tomorrow!

Please make a gift now to reach people in your community who are hungry and hurting this winter!

GIVE NOW!

 

*Name changed for privacy

*2019 Who’s Hungry Report—Profile of Hunger in the Toronto Region published by the Daily Bread Food Bank