THERE’S HOPE HERE

Shelter. Stability. Support. Dignity. Community. Employment. We help people find their way to hope — in all its forms.

VOLUNTEER

Volunteers show our community’s homeless and most vulnerable citizens that people care.

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WAYS TO GIVE

We meet people where they are, because that’s where we’re needed. Please donate to support our work.

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Deirdre Freiheit on The Sam Laprade Show

Our President and CEO Deirdre Freiheit had the chance to speak with the wonderful Sam Laprade with CityNews 101.1, where they discussed some of the challenges that people experiencing homelessness face here in Ottawa.

JACK'S STORY

Jack found a home of his own at Shepherds

Jack struggled with the trauma he experienced as a child and the difficulties he had managing his family, his wife's illness, and his own mental health. When Jack needed support and then a place he could call home, Shepherds of Good Hope was there. Read Jack's story and learn how the support of people like you helps people experiencing homelessness find hope.

JACK'S STORY

When Jack was struggling with trauma and his mental health, he needed support and place to finally call home. Thanks to supporters like you, Shepherds of Good Hope was there.

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GIVE MORE HOPE

We strive to understand donor wishes and match donated funds to corresponding initiatives.

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CORINNE'S STORY

When it seemed she’d lost everything, Corinne found her path to recovery.

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PROGRAMS

We are always developing pragmatic and innovative programs and services to help our clients.

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JESSE’S STORY

Jesse was born in a small Métis-Cree community in northern Saskatchewan.

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INVEST IN HOPE

Every day, Shepherds of Good Hope works to provide permanent homes to people experiencing homelessness, helps to stabilize people in crisis, and supports members of our community through innovative harm reduction programs.

But all of this is only possible with your help.

Make a difference in the lives of people experiencing homelessness in Ottawa — and in our community as a whole.