Thanks to the inspiration of Pat Butler in 1999, the Loaves and Fishes Fund of Ottawa-Carleton was created and has been supporting underprivileged and homeless neighbours in our communities since then. Initially designed to provide meals to the homeless and to support breakfast and lunch programs in our schools, the Fund has expanded through community partnerships to support local charities in our region.
The Loaves and Fishes Fund along with its sponsors, has helped raised over $1,425,000 since its inception. All of the proceeds generated by the fund’s revenues help assist in the battle of hunger for the less fortunate, and 100% of proceeds go to the Loaves and Fishes Fund.
In 2019 The Loaves and Fishes Fund Gala exceeded its goals and was able to provide significant donations of over $175,000 to exceptional programs within our community such as the Ottawa Mission, the Ottawa Foodbank, and the Salvation Army, the Tornado Relief Fund, Shepherds of Good Hope, and many other small local Food Banks within Ottawa. The Loaves and Fishes Fund will continue to play an important role in alleviating hunger and poverty in 2019 through the generous donations of our friends and sponsors. Thank you for your kind and generous support to this worthy cause.
Our mission is to establish and maintain free daily meal services to our disadvantaged, underprivileged and homeless neighbours living within our community. For more information about the Loaves and Fishes Fund of Ottawa Carleton please contact email@example.com
Without our corporate sponsors, our Annual Fundraiser & Gala would not be possible. Special thank you to the generous people at:
UNISELECT EASTERN CANADA
MONT BLEU FORD
CICB - STEVE ORMISH
OEGEMA NICHOLSON & ASSOCIATES
NEW CAP RADIO
CAR STAR & 416 AUTOPLEX
TUNIS TEMPLE SHRINE LIMITED
EXCLUSIVE PRIVATE SALE
LEISURE DAYS RV, BUCKINGHAM
FOREST RIVER INC TRAILER CO
EAST PENN TIRE
MARY JANE MANLEY
Providing a structured home-like environment for people who require help making transitions within the community.
Providing single adults and families with partly furnished rooms for monthly rental as well as provides food and money services, youth programing, life skills programing and much more.
Providing shelter, food, addiction recovery programs, and supportive housing.
Providing rent-geared-to-income housing for youth; and works to re-integrate residents back into the community.
The mission has 235 beds, including 14 beds for palliative care and 25 beds for addiction treatment programs. It also houses a learning centre, runs job training programs, and houses a medical/dental clinic for people in shelters.
Providing emergency shelter and supportive housing for a of women.
Providing walk-in clinics, employment guidance; youth programs; newcomers support and nutrition and cooking together.
Providing the opportunity for the group to cook and eat a meal together and take food home, along with vitamins and milk vouchers, and helps with babysitting of older children. Also provides bus tickets.
Advocating and providing client-directed services and programs with and for people with mental health problems. Enhance, promote and maintain the mental health of individuals and communities through education and awareness.
provides support for people living on the street or in shelters. They also provide health care, outreach and assistance to obtain a health card. Support for people without health insurance.
The mission of the Royal Ottawa Hospital is to look for better ways to improve the delivery of services to better meet the needs of the homeless and mentally ill populations.
Providing clients with primary health care, education, technical training, life skills and employment skills training that are tied to today’s world.