The Street Connection Mobile Soup
Kitchen provides food and clothing to low income families in the
Halifax Regional Municipality of Nova Scotia, Canada. The
majority of those we serve are children. Street Connection operates
under Bread of Life Ministries Association. The Association was
established in 1992 by former Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer Rob Pattison and his wife
Sandra. Motivated by their Christian faith, the Pattison's saw
a need to help people in the Halifax area. Bread of Life
Ministries is a registered non-profit, non-denominational, Christian
charitable organization. We do not receive government
support. We rely on donations from individuals, companies,
foundations, service organizations and churches.
Financial donations can be sent to
the address on the left. We issue tax receipts for donations
made in Canada. Cheques can be made payable to "Street
Connection" or "Bread of Life Ministries".
Street Connection Schedule
Monday - 7 p.m. - Corner of McIntosh St. & Herring Cove Rd.
Tuesday - 7 p.m. - McAlpine Dr., Bayers/Westwood
Wednesday - 7 p.m. - Jarvis Lane, Mulgrave Park
Thursday - 7 p.m. - Greystone Drive, Spryfield
Each week, with the exception of the last week of the
month, we distribute soup, sandwiches, bagels,
bananas, yogurt and
apple juice to consume at the bus. We also
distribute bread and take orders for children's clothing.
The Street Connection does not operate during the months of
January and July.
2014 Ford E250 Van Donated
We would like to thank the following Halifax companies who have generously
provided a 2014 van for us to use:
Edmonds Landscape and
Construction Services Ltd.
Steele Auto Group
The van is used to pick up food
and clothing supplies for distribution on the Street Connection Bus.