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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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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Connie’s Kitchen

Wish List - UPDATED

The following items are high on the wish list in Connie’s Kitchen right now snack Food

Crackers, soup, peanut butter, jam, Stew, beans, canned pasta, juice, canned fruit, coffee, tea, sugar, canned meat and personal care items. Fresh fruit and vegetables are always welcome.

( Connie was an amazing volunteer and friend of VoH who passed away too young)

VoH would like to thank everyone for Being the Difference!

Together we are making a huge impact on those most vulnerable in our community.


It Takes A Village

Join us for Christmas!

The Village of Hope is putting on its 12th annual Community Christmas Dinner on December 23 at Great Lakes Christian High School in Beamsville. The event is free, amd begins at 5:30 p.m. It is sponsored by local MP Dean Allison.

That special someone in a red and white suit will be paying a visit with gifts for children. All are welcome to attend.

Santa will again be coming with gifts for children

Sponsoring families help make Christmas magic for local families in need

Don’t miss the tree lighting!

The annual tree lighting will take place at Foodland in Vineland this year on December 16!

The popular event runs from 5-8 p.m.

There will be lots of hot chocolate and apple cider.

Come enjoy the festivities and listen to the two school choirs that will be present.

Why not be an angel this Christmas?

Want to be an angel this Christmas?

You can choose to be the difference for a local individual or family this holiday season by sponsoring a hamper for a family, senior or child.

“Christmas is an emotional, stressful time of year,” said VOH manager Cheryl Keddy. “VOH strives to work alongside of registered families, seniors and individuals to provide a hamper of food and gifts, and more importantly, a hamper full of HOPE!”

You can sponsor a family for $250, a senior for $75 or a child for $25.  For more information call VOH at 905-562-3003 or email info@thevillageofhope.ca