Village of Hope
Making a difference today, for tomorrow
3831 Victoria Avenue, Vineland, Ontario, L0R 2C0,
905-562-3003 info@thevillageofhope.ca
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Knapsack program will assist children


Village of Hope’s back to school program begins August 1 this year. By donating $25 you helped ensure that 162 children returned that first day with knapsacks filled with grade appropriate supplies and some healthy treats.

VOH thanks all who contributed to this great program.









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In every community, there is work to be done. In every nation, there are wounds to heal. In every heart, there is the power to do it.

Marianne Williamson


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Come look for Easter Eggs with us!

The Village of Hope’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt will take place on Saturday, March 31 from 1-3 pm at Great Lakes Christian High School. The popular Easter Egg Hunt is sponsored by realtor Lynn Fee.

The Food 1st Program provides fresh fruit and vegetables and healthy food tips on a weekly basis to a list of clients in Niagara identified as high risk repeaters, individuals who regularly access emergency health services due to lack of nutrition. This program represents a well-organized flow of community resources. Three community agencies utilize the expertise of their members to successfully meet the dietary needs of these high risk repeaters.


Food 1st Program provides fresh fruit and vegetables

Local McDonald’s restaurants supporting VOH again this year

Local McDonald’s Restaurants from Grimsby and Beamsville will be supporting Village of Hope this year as well as their Ronald McDonald House. Cheryl Keddy-Scott says McDonald’s has been a huge supporter.

Cooking classes

he Food 1st Program provides fresh fruit and vegetables and healthy food tips on a weekly b

Village of Hope recently completed a literacy event, held in various schools. The event encouraged students to read more books. Participants read books by five different authors and readers had the opportunity to win a variety of prizes.