The Toronto West Chapter feed the homeless in Mississauga
On Saturday, December 7th volunteers from the Toronto West chapter prepared and served a breakfast of scrambled eggs, sausages cooked in tomato ketchup with onions, hash browns, and croissants at 2 Salvation Army Shelters in Mississauga. At the Dundas Street location, they served over 150 meals to men, women, and children currently in residence there. At the Cawthra Street location, they served about 90 meals to men and women, some of whom are in residence and others who just walked off the street or a meal. The chapter had 7 Volunteers at Cawthra, 3 of whom were friends of church members of the West Church, and at the Dundas Street location, there were 8 Volunteers, 4 from the Campus Ministry. Many residents coming back to express their thanks and gratitude for a warm meal. The guest volunteers were greatly impacted and offered their service for the next time. The volunteers were moved by the numbers and diversity of the people who needed a hot meal. The Chaplains expressed their thanks and appreciation.