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This year, thousands of parents will struggle in the face of circumstances that leave them hungry, cold and alone while dealing with added challenges caused by pandemic restrictions.
Good Shepherd is committed to ensuring that everyone can experience the joy of the holidays. Although Christmas Wonderland, which welcomes more that 2,300 people for dinner, has been cancelled due to Ontario’s COVID-19 restrictions, Christmas Marketplace has been expanded to accommodate as many households as possible from November 23 to December 24. Three thousand households, comprising about 7,400 individuals, will be helped over 25 days.
Food, winter clothing and new toys are available at the Good Shepherd Venture Centre, 155 Cannon Street East, Hamilton. For information, visit bit.ly/2IOZJAe. ... See MoreSee Less
Timeline Photos#GoodShepherd continues to provide meals-to-go every day from 2-4 pm. Please help provide meals to people who are homeless and at-risk. For more information 416.869.3619 x277 or email@example.com. Donate today ow.ly/dPy650CqfZY #itstartswithameal #welcomehomeless ... See MoreSee Less
During National Trustees Week, a mention of Brother Charles, not only a trustee but also hardworking volunteer at the Good Shepherd and one of the Brothers who helped set up the charity and are still an integral part of its operation.
Brother Charles is pictured on the right of this photo featuring the other Brothers who also support the Good Shepherd. From left, Brother Stephen, Brother Michael and, seated, Brother William.
And, an introduction: Brother Michael Newman joined the Brothers community in Wolverhampton in August and is now helping out at the Centre. Brother Michael, originally from Middlesbrough, has been involved with various health and social care projects run by the Brothers over the years. He has spent the last six years in a training role in Malawi, Africa. We welcome him to Wolverhampton and thank the Brothers for their ongoing work for the Good Shepherd and care and support for the people we serve.