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Streets Alive Mission says most vulnerable will suffer due to

Lethbridge City Council voted 6-3 against providing over $215,000 of federal funding for Streets Alive Mission’s Outreach Programming. Officials from Streets Alive told us the money would have been used to help out many of those who are homeless. Ken Kissick, one of the co-founders of the Christian organization, says this decision will hurt our […]Read More

Streets Alive Mission raises close to $65,000 for CNOY

Streets Alive Mission raised around $65,000 this past weekend during the Coldest Night of the Year event. Officials with the Christian organization said more funds are set to come in. Members of the community walked around the Lethbridge downtown core to raise funds and show support for our most vulnerable. Jennifer Lepko, the director of […]Read More

Streets Alive Mission hoping to raise $75,000 for CNOF

It’s almost time to don your best winter clothing and shoes for the Coldest Night of the Year event February 25 in downtown Lethbridge. The initiative raises funds for local charities to help provide support for our most vulnerable. This year, there will be two walks supporting both Wood’s Homes and Streets Alive Mission. Jennifer […]Read More

Streets Alive Mission in need of donations

A Lethbridge non-for-profit group says they are in need of donations especially with the big dump of snow we received overnight. Streets Alive Mission’s pin bank, which offers clothing to our most vulnerable, is lacking in some essential items to help many during the cold winter. Jesse Tabor, Supervisor for the pin bank says they […]Read More

City concerned for most vulnerable during extreme heat

This week’s forecast is calling for lots of heat with temperatures expected to rise into the 30s. That heat can pose risks for heat-related illness. The city says their biggest concern is those who don’t have access to an appropriate shelter where there is air conditioning. “People with underlying health ailments can be affected adversely […]Read More

Roaring 20s theme for Streets Alive fundraiser

Fans of the 1920s are set for a treat on Friday evening. The Golden Sapphire Benefit Dinner is being hosted by Streets Alive Mission. As BCN’s Micah Quinn reports, staff from the Christian organization say that attendees can dress like people from the Roaring 20s to add a little extra flavour to the event while […]Read More

Fundraising for our city’s most vulnerable

The Coldest Night of the Year event will be taking place this weekend. So far, the fundraiser by Streets Alive Mission has raised close to $50,000 with a $70,000 goal. Jennifer Lepko, the Director of Fund Development for Streets Alive, says there are a number of items the organization will be able purchase to help […]Read More

Coldest Night of the Year event enters 11th year

The Coldest Night of the Year event is taking place on February 26th. The event raises money for Streets Alive Mission and the city’s most vulnerable whom the Christian group helps on a basis. As Micah Quinn explains, this year marks the 11th anniversary of the in person walk.Read More

Warm clothing needed at Streets Alive Mission

Streets Alive Mission in Lethbridge is in need of men’s jeans and joggers.   The Christian non-profit group said there is also a need for clean underwear, mittens, jackets, warm socks and blankets.  Director of fund development for the Mission, Jennifer Lepko says, that once the temperatures plummet in our city, the need for warm […]Read More

U of L students unveil art mural for Streets Alive

Streets Alive Mission has unveiled a new mosaic on the southside of their building thanks to a partnership with the University of Lethbridge’s Integrated Management Experience. Over the span of 3 months, the Mosaic was created with tiles that were used to create the larger image.    Community members who bought a tile would upload […]Read More