As the world’s attention has shifted to the COVID-19 pandemic, Mercy Ships remains committed to our mission: providing hope and healing to the world’s forgotten poor.
Now more than ever, we need your prayers and your support to continue our work of caring for people in desperate need.
Mercy Ships Canada recognizes the importance of taking and sharing small acts of mercy that can make a big difference.
Engage with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn using #SmallActsBigDifference, and keep reading to find more ways to show your support!
While we are committed to strengthening healthcare systems overseas, Mercy Ships Canada also realizes the need to strengthen self-care at home by joining the conversation surrounding mental health. We acknowledge the efforts of several organizations in recent years to increase meaningful conversation around mental health, and express our support for these important efforts today and all year round. Learn more >>
Amakon Women Empowerpent (AWE) – a community non-profit in Regina, Saskatchewan helping disadvantaged women succeed – is among those especially affected these past many months. Yet Founder and CEO, Jane Ekong remains committed to finding ways to continue supporting clients whose ability to access the organization’s services has been significantly compromised. Visit www.amakontwf.com for more information.