In this, our 25th year nourishing the community, the Mission expects to serve over 14,000 meals, fill 10,000 grocery bags and provide countless essential services to its growing membership. Not just a soup kitchen, the Mission provides structure, purpose and meaning for its chronically poor, socially excluded and disadvantaged members.
The Mile End Community Mission is a community hub that allows members to connect and support one another. Receiving only a small amount of our funding from government assistance, the Mission relies heavily on public donations and fundraising events to continue offering these crucial services.
For more information about what we do at the Mission, please click the Programs and Services tab above or read our latest Mission Possible newsletter.
Montreal’s restaurant community invites you to a collaborative dinner to raise funds for the Mile End Community Mission. The evening will begin with Choice Harbour shucking oysters and live music by Martha Wainwright, Shlomo & Julie, and Jeff Louch. A banquet dinner will follow with contributions from some of Montreal’s finest including Joe Beef, Lawrence,Read More
As the Euro Cup rolls around, friends and family tend to gather at bars and restaurants to watch the games. Such an activity is a ritual, especially in the Mile End, Montreal’s capital of trendy bars and cafes. However, for those who can’t afford the $5 beer or coffee required to watch the games, or those isolatedRead More
Brayand and Lise have been in Montreal for only a few months, but have made a big impact so far at the Mission! The pair has offered free haircutting/ barber sessions for our members, hosted in our community centre. Brayand, originally from Costa Rica, found a passion for barbering when he moved to British ColumbiaRead More
We are so proud that Thomas Mulcair acknowledged our 25 years of service in the House of Commons, and particularly our founding members and tireless former director Rev. Roslyn Macgregor!Read More