richmond hill compassion
Richmond Hill Compassion StatementBy actively engaging with local agencies in compassion initiatives, see home churches continue to grow in their heart for serving others and living out what they’re learning on Sunday morning.
Mosaic Interfaith (Out of the Cold)
The Mosaic Interfaith Out of the Cold Program provides safe refuge, warm hospitality and emergency shelter in York Region to the homeless or those in need of food/clothing. Overnight shelters are operated by various interfaith communities on different nights of the week from November to March.
As one of the largest social service agencies in Central York Region, The Salvation Army assists thousands of people each year with basic necessities such as food, clothing and shelter – along with new necessities including advocacy and relevant programs to help people overcome emotional and social obstacles
Members from the Richmond Hill site regularly organize a spaghetti dinner for 150 people in their community at the McConaghy Centre.
Please email Sandra Albione and Shyamala Pierce, the Richmond Hill Compassion Coordinators, with questions, suggestions, or to let us know how you’re serving in Richmond Hill.
Sandra Albione | firstname.lastname@example.org
Shyamala Pierce | email@example.com