St. Patrick's continues to provide innovative services to meet the needs of those without in the core of the city.
Their expanded outreach through De Mazenod Door includes their Rest and Hygeine Station open daily for their neighbours in need.
De Mazenod Door has now expanded to include housing! Their first home is providing affordable accommodation and outreach services to men coming from shelters. Their next home is planned for women and future projects for families in need
St. Mary's volunteers and donors have helped to create 10 tiny homes. Find out more about the project here!
They now serve meals to the hungry in Kitchener and are planning to offer laundry and other services for those in need.
The rectory beside their church had been underutilized over the past years.
St. John's volunteers brought the home back to its full potential and now provides housing for a family from the local housing wait list!
As one of the 2021 four pastoral priorities, Archbishop Dunn has asked everyone to study how each parish, and the diocese itself, can work individually and with other faiths and agencies to solve the challenge of homelessness throughout Halifax-Yarmouth.
St. Jude's very active Justice and Servant Ministers have reached out to their members to ask them to consider creating a legal secondary suite in or attached to their home to provide housing for a family or individual in need.
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