With your help, we can make a little bit of caring go a long way.

ASH & BLOOM Charity Concert

ASH & BLOOM Charity Concert

Wednesday, August 13th at the Outpost! Ash & Bloom (Matt McKenna and James Bloemendal) were surrounded ...

Plane Pull

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!!

ARE YOU READY TO PULL AN AIRPLANE?!...

Shelter House

Shelter House Soup Kitchen Needs Volunteers Like YOU!

View our Soup Kitchen Calendar and pick a date you'd like to come in and help!...

Shelter House Thunder Bay

Shelter House provides basic needs, dignity and comfort to people living in poverty and stimulates action to address the root causes of homelessness. We envision a just and equal society, where people can live with dignity.

Our organization and facility practice non-partisan views and are tolerant of individuals who are often discarded by society. Our clients are people who are in need of a helping hand. We believe everyone has tremendous potential. Only in working together can we create a positive change in the lives of those who we serve.

treatment programs

Kwae Kii Win Program

Provides supportive living for 15 people who have experienced long term homelessness and addiction to alcohol.

Learn about our treatment programs

Need Help?

(807) 623-8182

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NEWS RELEASES / UPDATES

Community Town Hall Meetings
These Community Town Hall Meetings will be focused on addressing homelessness in our Community. These ...


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Thank You!!
A HUGE thank you to all of our teams/participants for braving the rain and sticking it out with as at ...


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Want to pull an airplane?
We are so excited to announce our newest event coming this September! Thanks to our wonderful presenting ...


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We help provide dignity and comfort to people living in poverty.

Listen to what some who have been impacted by or have experienced our services have to say about us:

Serge's Story
"Serge Oullette is 58 years old. A wiry man with inquisitive eyes, he is a regular volunteer at Shelter ..." Read Serge's Story