Mustard Seed

Mustard Seed runs a 46-bed sober shelter, soup kitchen and health centre in Riverside Meadows. (By SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)

Red Deer shelters see demand for service reach capacity

Mustard Seed and Safe Harbour Society prepare for summer heat

 

FILE - Mustard Seed runs a 46-bed sober shelter, soup kitchen and health centre in Riverside Meadows. (Photo by Advocate staff)

More people visiting The Mustard Seed soup kitchen

Red Deer charity would welcome donations

 

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Donations to The Mustard Seed on Giving Tuesday will be doubled by Calgary firm

Through Giving Tuesday, The Mustard Seed is hoping the community will come…

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Mustard Seed runs a 46-bed sober shelter, soup kitchen and health centre in Riverside Meadows. (By SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)

Renovations underway for welcoming entryway at Mustard Seed

Mustard Seed runs sober shelter, soup kitchen and health centre

Mustard Seed runs a 46-bed sober shelter, soup kitchen and health centre in Riverside Meadows. (By SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
Red Deer charities seek water donations for clients. (Photo from Facebook)
Red Deer charities seek water donations for clients. (Photo from Facebook)
Mustard Seed runs a 46-bed sober shelter, soup kitchen and health centre in Riverside Meadows. (By SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)

Mustard Seed says central location best for homeless shelters

‘The struggles of the vulnerable will never go away’

Mustard Seed runs a 46-bed sober shelter, soup kitchen and health centre in Riverside Meadows. (By SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
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Red Deer restaurant offers free Christmas meal

Free traditional turkey meals will be available in Red Deer on Christmas…

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A practicum student from Red Deer College makes a bed at The Mustard Seed’s homeless shelter, which has increased its accommodation during the COVID-19 pandemic. (File photo by Advocate staff)

Pandemic drives demand for Mustard Seed services

Few clients identified with possible COVID-19 symptoms

A practicum student from Red Deer College makes a bed at The Mustard Seed’s homeless shelter, which has increased its accommodation during the COVID-19 pandemic. (File photo by Advocate staff)
In this file photo, Vanessa Williams, a practicum student from Red Deer College, makes a bed at The Mustard Seed’s homeless shelter. (File photo by Advocate staff)
In this file photo, Vanessa Williams, a practicum student from Red Deer College, makes a bed at The Mustard Seed’s homeless shelter. (File photo by Advocate staff)
Vanessa Williams, a practicum student from Red Deer College, makes a bed at The Mustard Seed’s homeless shelter. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)

PTSD an issue for people working with homeless

Red Deer homeless shelter recognizes stress

Vanessa Williams, a practicum student from Red Deer College, makes a bed at The Mustard Seed’s homeless shelter. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
Scott Tilbury, development officer with The Mustard Seed, was one of the tour guides at The Mustard Seed on Thursday during the Red Deer PCN Women’s Fun Run information event. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
Scott Tilbury, development officer with The Mustard Seed, was one of the tour guides at The Mustard Seed on Thursday during the Red Deer PCN Women’s Fun Run information event. (Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff)
Photo from THE MUSTARD SEED via Twitter                                Mustard Seed hosted its first Employment Readiness Fair Tuesday.
Photo from THE MUSTARD SEED via Twitter                                Mustard Seed hosted its first Employment Readiness Fair Tuesday.
Mustard Seed currently makes and delivers more than 54,000 lunches during the school year for hungry students. (Photo contributed)
Mustard Seed currently makes and delivers more than 54,000 lunches during the school year for hungry students. (Photo contributed)
Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff                                Byron Bradley, director of Central Alberta Mustard Seed, and Val Jensen, race director with Red Deer PCN Women’s Fun Run, provided an update on the May 12 run to raise money for The Mustard Seed’s school lunch program.
Photo by SUSAN ZIELINSKI/Advocate staff                                Byron Bradley, director of Central Alberta Mustard Seed, and Val Jensen, race director with Red Deer PCN Women’s Fun Run, provided an update on the May 12 run to raise money for The Mustard Seed’s school lunch program.