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.
To wrap up our 25th anniversary celebrations, we will be holding our 8th Annual Thanksgiving Benefit Dinner on October 20th, 2016 at the beautiful le Crystal reception hall in Ville St. Laurent, providing state of the art facilities including ample free parking and wheelchair accessibility. We look forward to welcoming you for cocktails at 6pmRead More
For many of us, summer is a time to celebrate the lush Quebec produce that fills market and grocery store shelves. For people of low-income however, local produce is often much more inaccessible. At the Mile End Community Mission, we work to reduce the hardship of living in poverty by providing structure, purpose, and meaningRead More
This year’s annual outing to Yamaska National Park had our best turnout yet. The weather was beautiful, our lunch was delicious, the company was amazing, and we even saw some new faces on the trip – what more could we ask for? We look forward to our next trip to Yamaska!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