A place of refuge!
For the past 31 years the Elgin Street Mission has served the Sudbury community. The Mission provides physical, emotional and spiritual nourishment to all who enter its doors.
The Mission is a Christian based non-profit, non-political registered charity funded by donations from individuals, businesses and churches. It does not receive any regular government or city funding but functions through the generosity of its community partners. This generous support enables us to offer valuable services at no cost to our clients.
The Mission provides two meals a day (breakfast & supper) 365 day a year. With 90, 000 meals being served yearly, as well as clothing, showers, laundry facilities and a safe refuge in times of need. Individuals and families can also access counselling services, spiritual development and referrals in a non-judgmental community atmosphere.
Although hope begins with a meal, the Mission’s goal is not just to feed those experiencing homelessness, but be a positive change agent in the lives we encounter.
When hope is hungry
everything feeds it.
Elgin Street Mission has been on the frontlines with our communities most vulnerable citizens since 1989. It has seen continued growth in services and favor within the Sudbury community.
A wide array of services are provided to address both daily and critical needs of those experiencing homelessness.
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The Elgin Street Mission could not operate without the amazing volunteers. We are so thankful for all of those who choose to roll up their sleeves and join us in providing the very best for our most vulnerable clients. If you would like to join us as a volunteer please fill out the form.
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Notes From Our Community
In 1999, while living in Parry Sound, Gerry accepted Jesus as his Lord and Savior and was baptized in Georgian Bay. He found himself walking the streets of Parry Sound with one dollar in his pocket. He was suffering with epilepsy and was prone to seizures. He prayed to God for help and his prayer was answered.
Last March at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Brad Hales, then executive director of the Elgin Street Mission, advised me that the weekend cook had taken a leave of absence because of the virus. He needed food for the next four weekends and likely beyond. We established a Food Fund. We asked the community
We are so thankful to all those who help us fulfill our mission.
We accept donations through our website
or by calling our office.
It takes $10.00 a day to feed someone experiencing homelessness.
344 Elgin Street, Sudbury, On P3E 3N9
Hours of Operation
Monday to Friday
Breakfast: 8:00 am – 9:30 am
Coffee till 11:00 am
Supper: Doors Open at 5:00 pm
Meal Served at 6:00– 7:30 pm