We are one of the longest standing non-profits in the region, serving Hamilton, Halton and Brantford.
Aleda O’Connor: An Artist’s Journey of Compassion
Art has the power to communicate, evoke emotions, and bring attention to pressing societal issues. Aleda O’Connor, a talented charcoal and pastel artist and painter, is
#WEareWESLEY – Bailey
Bailey, our Manager of Youth Housing Services, is passionate about providing empathetic care to local youth when their personal support systems fracture. She aims to help
Refugees in Hamilton: Resettled and Resilient
In the fall of 2015, the Canadian government embarked on the largest resettlement initiative in recent memory, welcoming 25,000 refugees in just a few short months.
Ukrainian refugee speaks on settling in Hamilton
Vladyslav Sukharyev, his wife, and three children fled their hometown in southern Ukraine. Ultimately settling in Hamilton after hearing of its strong Ukrainian community and work
#WEareWESLEY – Saja
Saja is a senior Wesley outreach worker passionate about promoting the value of community and well-being. Seeing the impact a lack of support can have on
Volunteer Champion – Cathy Scott
Cathy Scott’s involvement with Wesley started early, through her church’s partnership with the organization. For most of her life, Cathy has donated gifts over Christmas, walked
Make a Difference
We are one of the longest standing non-profits in the region, serving Hamilton, Halton and Brantford. We fight for those battling the effects of poverty, in every stage and from every walk of life.
The Wesley community acknowledges the land on which we work and live in Hamilton, Halton and Brantford. In Hamilton, this is situated upon the traditional territories of the Erie, Neutral, Huron-Wendat, Haudenosaunee and Mississaugas…
Read more on Wesley’s Land Recognition below. Or learn more about Equity, Diversity and Inclusion at Wesley