Outreach Pandemic Support
Our outreach ministry partners are experiencing significant increases in need within their organizations, and we need to increase our support of the four critical, longstanding, outreach relationships. We are reaching out to make a difference in this time of incredible need.
Please consider donating to ESG so that we can increase our Outreach Ministry Pandemic Support to these organizations.
Massey Centre is a client-centred infant and early childhood mental health organization which supports pregnant and parenting adolescents, aged 13-25. With donors’ support, each young mom has access to prenatal and postnatal care, learns how to care for her baby, completes her education, and develops the skills needed to build a successful life and relationship with her baby.
As one of the leading homelessness charities in Toronto, Fred Victor has extensive experience providing and managing affordable housing, transitional housing, and emergency shelters – as well as offering other support services and referrals for people experiencing homelessness.
The Toronto Urban Native Ministry (TUNM) supports both Traditional Indigenous Spiritualities and world-views as well as Christian Spiritual practices, showing that they can walk together in harmony. Founded in 1996, TUNM interacts with more than 8,000 lives each year. We reach out to Indigenous people on the street, in hospitals, in jails, shelters and hostels, providing counseling, Ceremony, spiritual care and referrals to community services.
Street Health is a non-profit community based agency that strives to improve the health and well-being of homeless and under-housed people in downtown Toronto. We offer physical and mental health programs, as well as supports that improve clients’ ability to access other services. On an average day, 115 clients come through our doors; we have 60,500 client visits each year.