A message from Cheryl, Executive Director
A New Year... with Hope
After five years of bringing the community together at the former Jordan Public School location (2831 Regional Rd. 81, Jordan, ON) Village of Hope Niagara's Thrift Store is closing its doors with a Public Final 50% OFF Sale January 31, to say goodbye to that location. The Thrift Store will then be following parent organization Village of Hope Niagara to 2540 South Service Road, Jordan Station, where it opened its community services in July 2021. Village of Hope Niagara Thrift Store will begin anew at 2540 South Service Road with a VIP Opening Event from Noon to 7PM on February 15, followed by its General Opening for business to the Public on February 16.
Village of Hope Niagara's Food Services and Programs of Assistance for our Lincoln Neighbours In Need resume today/ January 9. Following our facility renovations, all of our programs including workforce readiness, mental health partnerships, social services navigation, local social calling, and more, will be reinitiated with renewed vigor. This Spring will also see our Garden of Hope breaking new ground with funding from TD FEF (TD Friends of the Environment Foundation Grant) to implement raised garden beds to improve access to the garden area by those with mobility challenges. We’ve a calendar full of care and hope for a community of need, and sharing.
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VIP Open House Feb. 15, 2023 - Tickets Available NOW. Limit of 200.
Join us when we'll inaugurate our consolidated Thriftstore... together under one roof with our Foodbank, and Programs of Assistance at 2540 South Service Road (at 15th). See where there's more in store - All product exclusive to VIP ticket holders on February 15. From Noon to 7PM each day.
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Village of Hope Niagara - 2540 South Service Road (at 15th), Lincoln (Jordan Stn) ON L0R 1S0 905-562-3113 MAP - https://w3w.co/steep.assign.typewriter – Hours: M-Th 10AM-4PM; Fr Noon-4PM
Food insecurity - not having enough money to buy food - is a serious public health problem in Ontario; 13% of households in Ontario are food insecure; 63% of households who are food insecure have employment as their main income; 59% of households receiving social assistance are food insecure. In our community of Lincoln, more than 12%, 1 in 8 among our neighbours, are going hungry a part of each month. With food costs up by 9.7 per cent, and shelter costs up by 7.4 per cent, seniors, children, and their families in our community are dramatically affected.
“ With your support, Village of Hope Niagara is extending Food Security to all in Lincoln,
because NO ONE should go to bed HUNGRY in our Village ”
We are a Village of Hope
Client registration is available here, over the phone, and in-person.
If you need, please register.
Download the file at the link below, and bring this in to our centre at
2540 South Service Road (at 15th) Jordan Station 905-562-3113
MAP https://w3w.co/steep.assign.typewriter – Hours: M-Th 10AM-4PM; Fr Noon-4PM
About our Village of Hope Niagara
Since 2008, Village of Hope Niagara has been assisting our neighbours in need through programs of empowerment, foodbank, community garden, and thrift store. We offer resources and direction to those of our community who need a handup in their time of difficulty. Our focus is on alleviation of food insecurity. Our registered community of participants benefitting from our programs of empowerment now exceeds 1500 Lincoln residents monthly, throughout the year. We welcome your interest and support.
a Village of Hope
If you or someone you love is in need of a Village of Hope. We may have a program of benefit available, or a box of food. Call 905 562 3113 or contact us at the links below.