Almond Tree Ministries works to meet the holistic needs of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal prisoners, residential school victims and their children, with the ultimate goal of seeing them reconciled to Christ, their families and their communities.
The Arctic Hope Project (AHP) is a youth and community development project initiated by the Bill Prankard Evangelistic Group that provides cultural counselling, while developing Inuit youth leadership skills. It is a groundbreaking, faith-based project that addresses many of the root issues that Inuit youth face in the north.
Israel’s Peace Ministries
The mandate of Israel’s Peace Ministries is to assist, through prayer and financial support, the ministers that preach the Gospel in the face of hardship. These Messianic Pastors and congregations in Israel are facing tremendous persecution and even life-threatening circumstances, yet not abandoning their call to preach the Gospel to both Jew and Gentile.
With the tag-line “Giving inner-city kids a chance”, Metro Kids Society is an organization dedicated to the early development of children in need. The heart of Metro Kids Society is their Saturday morning program “Kids Klub”, which includes games, songs, giveaways and contests. Each week includes a powerful lesson time to teach kids valuable life lessons.
Leket Israel is the largest food bank in Israel, and has been a leader and an expert in food rescue nationwide since 2003. The organization sources, collects and redistributes fresh, perishable, quality food, which would otherwise be considered waste, from farms, hotels, military bases and catering halls. This is done in an effort to aid the quarter of the country’s population that lives below the poverty line.
The vision of Prison Fellowship Canada is to be a community of reconciliation and restoration to offenders, ex-offenders, their families and victims using a faith-based approach to transformation based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ.
SafeHope Home seeks to provide long-term recovery programs designed to guide sexually exploited or trafficked women and youth, or those at identifiable risk of becoming sexually exploited/trafficked, into full rehabilitation and re-integration into society.
Samaritan’s Purse is a Christian relief and development organization that takes its name from Jesus’s story in the Bible of the Good Samaritan. Like that Good Samaritan, Samaritan’s Purse provides aid to hurting people- victims of war, disease, disaster, poverty, famine, and persecution.
The Scott Mission is a Christian, non-denominational, faith-based street mission in downtown Toronto, serving the poor and needy of the city. Their various ministries offer support and provisions for the homeless, low-income families, and children and youth. The Scott Mission seeks to bring spiritual, physical and emotional wholeness to the lives of those in need.
Teen Challenge is a 12-month, faith-based, residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation program that is part of a network of over 15 Teen Challenge Centres across Canada and more than 1,000 worldwide. The program has a strong faith-based approach and offers spiritual, academic and vocational training that helps equip individuals to return to society as responsible citizens. Their mission is to help men and women overcome substance addictions to lead full and productive lives.
The mission of Union Gospel Mission (UGM) is to demonstrate the love of Christ through transforming communities by overcoming poverty, homelessness and addiction – one life at a time.
Windsor Life Centre is a residential, faith based treatment Centre for women recovering from drug and alcohol addictions located in Windsor, Ontario. Operating as a charity in Ontario, they are accountable to the women we serve, our donors, and supporters.
We are a registered charity in Canada | Business registration number: 10691 8352 RR0001
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