An ongoing collaboration between the Rabba Roots community program and Good Shepherd Ministries will see the eighth annual dinner event on Super Bowl Sunday, providing upwards of 100 overnight shelter guests with hot gameday-style meals and a night of sports entertainment. 

Published in Canada
September 14, 2023

The Good Shepherd turns 60

The times may have changed, but brothers’ mission remains the same.

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Super Bowl LVII was not short of awe-inspiring moments. Kansas City Chiefs kick returner Kadarius Toney somehow finessed his way around a surrounding wall of charging Philadelphia Eagles defenders to record a punt return of 65 yards, the longest in Super Bowl history. 

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Demand for comfort and joy is up all over, and despite COVID the Good Shepherd Centre in Hamilton is determined to deliver.

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Two sandwiches, a fruit bar, three granola bars, one chocolate bar, maybe a muffin or some other baked treat and a fruit cup all in a brown, paper bag — times 200,000.

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A recent report shows that the Good Shepherd’s Youth Reconnect (YR) program has reduced the number of at-risk Hamilton, Ont., youth accessing shelter and other emergency services.

Published in Youth Speak News

As Toronto and Peel Region officially went into lockdown on Nov. 23, they joined Good Shepherd volunteers who have already been in lockdown for 10 months.

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HAMILTON, Ont. -- At 9 a.m. Sunday morning, Dec. 15, Jen Edmonds was one of 800 volunteers contributing to the complex task of welcoming over 2,000 people to the Hamilton Convention Centre for a formal, sit-down Christmas dinner, a visit with Santa, gifts for every child, coats and mittens for those who need them. 

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While many Canadians will start a relaxing long weekend on Aug. 30, Marilyn Korzekwa will dive into the waters of the Pacific Ocean to begin her swim across California’s Catalina Channel in support of the Good Shepherd Centre in Hamilton, Ont.

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Good Shepherd Notre Dame House School in Hamilton, Ont., graduated its largest class yet on June 19, with eight students collecting their high school diploma.

For Loretta Hill-Finamore, director of youth services at Good Shepherd Centres, having a graduating class of eight is very inspiring.

“That’s our goal, for everyone to graduate,” Hill-Finamore said. “We’re so proud of them.

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