Looking for an opportunity to get involved in your community? Mission Services relies on a huge range of supporters and volunteers to continue working to alleviate poverty, homelessness and addiction. Join us in building a better future for everyone.

Faith Communities

Youth groups, men’s and women’s groups and entire faith groups bless Mission Services every year by giving their time and talents.


Looking for a fun, supportive environment to bring your faith community group? Contact volunteer@mission-services.com to arrange a group volunteer activity.


Make a charitable donation as a faith community to help others in our community.

Corporate Partnerships

Make a concrete difference in your community by leveraging your business’ assets for social responsibility.

Financial Partnerships

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Make an annual or year-end donation and receive a charitable tax receipt. You and your employees can choose which programs or projects to direct your funds to align best with your company’s culture of social responsibility.

Kits for a Cause

Are you looking for a fun and engaging group volunteer opportunity while making an impact? Help us build Mission Services Care Kits for individuals in the community who need it most. There are no limits to group sizes; whether your group is 5 or 500, you can help us, help our community! If you would like to donate hygiene items, personal care supplies, socks, underwear or Personal Care Kits, please contact our wholesale supply partner The Bargains Group, where your money will go further. They’ll include extra donations as well!

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Employee Giving

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Offer your employees an easy way to give back to their community. Regular donations can be made through payroll, or one-time donations can be done by running a fundraising event. Contact us at kjessup@mission-services.com to learn more.

In-kind Donations

In-kind donations of product or merchandise are excellent ways to leverage your business’ resources to support local nonprofits. Do you have?

  • Unused or surplus product
  • Samples of food, footwear, IT, or furniture
  • Out of season product

Remember, in-kind donations may qualify for charitable tax receipts. That includes donations of food product by Ontario growers.

Schools & Clubs

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Want to learn more about poverty reduction, addiction recovery, or housing insecurity? Invite Mission Services to speak to your class or club. We can also share upcoming group volunteer opportunities, fundraising campaigns and other initiatives to become involved in.

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