WELCOME TO THE BRUNSWICK STREET MISSION
We are open for clients Monday to Friday from 9:30am to 12:30pm. Call for an appoinment as we are not able to accept walk-ins at this time. BRUNSWICK STREET MISSION IS OPEN. We can help with filing your tax return or putting a clothing package together. Food Bank registration is Wednesday between 9:30am and 11:00am - you must speak to our front desk staff to confirm your appointment time for Thursday. Our Breakfast program will continue to serve a tax-out meal between the hours of 7:15am and 8:30am Monday to Saturday.
TO ALL DONORS - Thank you for helping us through the first part of our year. We are always looking for financial support and you can make a donation by clicking on the button at the top of this page!
CLOTHING DONATIONS - We have created a Client Needs List to ensure that items received can be easily shared with people struggling with poverty. To offer dignity to our clients our Clothing Bank has changed to best serve those utlizing the service. We will be publishing a Clients Needs List monthly. Please ensure you check the list before bringing down a donation as items not on the list will not be accepted. New List will be published shortly.
CHRISTMAS SUPPORT - Learn about getting help here.
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 those 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 on disability or pension support. Their backgrounds are incredibly varied but they have in common that their present day is a struggle, and their future does not hold much promise.
Brunswick Street Mission wishes to recognize that our offices are located on the traditional lands of the Mi'kmaw. The Mi'kmaw are the custodians of the land where we have made our home and we would like to pay our respects to these first peoples.