Over twenty years ago, St. Andrew’s Church began to open its doors for people on the streets of Toronto, offering a place for them to come in out of the cold and have a good meal. Sadly, there are more people than ever responding to our invitation but St. Andrew’s continues to be a place where they can find shelter, a good meal and some friends who care. From November until April, our Great Hall becomes a place of joyous feasts on Monday nights welcoming now over three hundred guests on some evenings. Our chef works with a large team of volunteers to prepare delicious meals, served at table, as we would for our family and friends.
On Tuesday mornings throughout the year volunteers arrive at St. Andrew’s beginning at 5:30 am to prepare a hearty breakfast for up to one hundred and fifty guests. Many of the volunteers are on their way to work and give a few hours of their time to make a difference in their lives and in the lives of others.
In addition to serving wonderful meals, guests are welcome in our new and gently used clothing boutique and have books and magazines available to read and to take with them. All of these items are donated.
73 Simcoe Street Toronto Ontario M5J 1W9
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