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Wayne

Sep 13th, 2017 | HJC
Wayne

Wayne had moved from Ontario to Edmonton to be closer to his children. He had worked a variety of jobs in his life, including 23 years in the medical field. In Edmonton, Wayne became employed as a grave digger. He had struggled over the years with drinking and gambling, and had even tried Hope Mission’s... Read more ›



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Development Permit Secured

Aug 31st, 2017 | HJC
Development Permit Secured

We are thrilled to announce that Hope Mission has secured a development permit to rebuild the Herb Jamieson Centre! Hope Mission’s vision is that everyone who needs emergency shelter has a warm, safe place to stay. You might not know this, but Hope Mission’s Herb Jamieson Centre – the main emergency shelter in Edmonton for... Read more ›



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How Holiday Meals Made a Difference For David

How Holiday Meals Made a Difference For David

At Hope Mission, our Thanksgiving plans are in full swing. The head cooks are finalizing the menu. Musicians are selecting songs for our live entertainment. Children are preparing the decorations that will go on the tables and walls to encourage our guests. Donors are sending in personalized placemats to line the tables. And over 500... Read more ›



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Helping Kids in Need Go Back to School

Aug 11th, 2016 | Hope for Kids | Kids in Edmonton
Helping Kids in Need Go Back to School

Remember how it felt to get brand new school supplies? Fresh binders, notebooks, pens, and the anticipation of a new year of fun and learning. The start of the school year is a time of excitement for many children and youth in our city. It’s something that many of us took for granted as kids.... Read more ›



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Your Simple Donation Can Make a Big Difference!

Your Simple Donation Can Make a Big Difference!

On any given day, there are countless people in our city who are in desperate need of something that most of us take for granted: a clean pair of socks. For our homeless neighbours, who spend most of their day on their feet in all kinds of weather conditions, socks wear through extremely quickly. Heat... Read more ›



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Growing Hope at Bethany Homes

Growing Hope at Bethany Homes

Once a week, women in the Wellspring addiction recovery community are reminded firsthand about the power of regeneration, of persevering through rocky times towards blooming in grace. Once a week, they visit Bethany Homes. Occupying 140 acres of beautiful land east of Wetaskiwin, Bethany Homes provides a calm refuge from the inner city. A beautiful... Read more ›



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Give The Gift of Summer Camp Today!

Jul 13th, 2016 | Hope for Kids
Give The Gift of Summer Camp Today!

Right now, kids across Alberta are enjoying all that summer camp has to offer – the excitement of the outdoors, the beauty of the stars in a rural night sky, and the chance to talk to someone who will listen. We need your help to ensure that kids in need get to experience a life-changing... Read more ›



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Our 2015 Annual Report is Now Online!

Our 2015 Annual Report is Now Online!

At Hope Mission, we are constantly amazed at how God works within the lives of those who come here, and how hope has the power to transform their lives from a place of brokenness to a place of wholeness in Christ. Nicole’s story is just one example of this. Nicole is redeemed. Having graduated from... Read more ›



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A meal at Hope Mission: more than simply food

A meal at Hope Mission:  more than simply food

We often say around Hope Mission that “hope begins with a meal.” This is especially true for holiday meals like Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. When our hungry and hurting guests enter the doors for these holiday meals, we want them to feel the love and acceptance of Christ. It is only through your generosity that... Read more ›



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Renewing Joy at Hope Mission Summer Camp

Jul 5th, 2016 | Hope Stories
Renewing Joy at Hope Mission Summer Camp

Hope Mission Summer Camp is a life-changing experience. It’s a place where deep relationships are formed. Kids who might otherwise not have the opportunity to go to summer camp find mentors, friends, and cheerleaders who care about them. Through the excitement of an outdoor activity, quiet moments in reflection, or talking to someone who wants to... Read more ›



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