COVID-19 STATEMENT (April 28th, 2021)

This morning at 8am province-wide restrictions were put in place that will remain in effect until at least May 12th. We know that people coming to Brunswick Street Mission need us and we will continue our most essential programs - Outreach, Breakfast and Food Bank.

The Outreach Program will continue to provide supports needed during this difficult time. Please call 902-809-5530 to book an appointment, or drop by the office on Wednesday's from 10am to 2pm.
The Breakfast Program will continue to serve a hot meal from 715am to 830am Monday to Saturday to any person who arrives at our door.
The Food Bank will continue to serve households with food hampers on Thursday (registration must be completed Wednesday).
Our main office will be closed to all guests which means, until the lock-down is lifted, we can not offer clothing or complete tax returns. You are free to call 902-423-4605 with questions as we will be checking voicemail throughout the day.
Please call us at 902-423-4605 and book your appointment. If you are unable to call we are offering help on Wednesday's from 10am to 2pm. You can come down and, while we are not able to allow you in the building, we promise dignity and care during this time.
Everyone coming to Brunswick Street Mission must self-distance (6 feet/2 metres) and wear a mask. If you are in need of a mask to take part in a program we do have some to offer for free.

Thank you and keep safe.



We are open Monday to Friday from 9am to 2pm. Appointments to access supports are suggested. We are not accepting donations at this time.


Food Bank registration is Wednesday between 9am and 12noon only - you must call (902-423-4605) and speak to with our Support Navigator to confirm your appointment time for Thursday. 

Our Breakfast program will continue to serve a take-out meal between the hours of 7:15am and 8:30am Monday to Saturday.

Our clothing bank is open and we have winter coats and boots to distribute. Please call (902-423-4605) if you are in need.


Thank you for supporting people struggling with poverty. Donate online with the link below.



We are not able to accept donations at this time.



Ready and need help preparing your 2020 tax return? Book your appointment. The Tax Clinic begins March 1st.


Inspiring Hope and Dignity.

The Brunswick Street Mission seeks to inspire a better quality of life through a ministry of care that addresses physical, emotional, practical and spiritual needs for those experiencing poverty.

We serve people who struggle with poverty. Many are homeless, others are at risk of homelessness. There are individuals, couples, and families with children. Some work, others are on assistance, and others are on disability or pension support. Their backgrounds are incredibly varied but what they have in common is a daily struggle, and a future which may not hold much promise.


Brunswick Street Mission acknowledges that our offices are located in Kjipuktuk, which is located within Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq.