The Mustard Seed will no longer be participating in Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY) as of February 2023. “After careful and prayerful deliberation, we have decided that the cost to partner with CNOY has become far greater than the benefits to the people and communities we serve,” said Rowena Browne, Chief Development Officer of The Mustard Seed.
“We would like to express our deepest gratitude to all who have faithfully supported our vulnerable neighbours through CNOY for the past seven years. Your continued support makes it possible for us to provide an anchor of hope to those who are experiencing poverty and homelessness in our community,” the Mustard Seed said in a prepared statement.
“We will be planning an event for our supporters to participate in to help The Mustard Seed’s mission, so stay tuned for details! We look forward to charting new territory with you by our side.”
In the meantime, visit TheSeed.ca and check out other ways, to support The Mustard Seed’s collective vision to eliminate poverty and homelessness in the communities they serve.
The Mustard Seed is a Christian non-profit organization that has been caring for individuals experiencing homelessness and poverty since 1984. Operating in five cities across Alberta and British Columbia, The Mustard Seed is a supportive haven where people can have t