The Hamilton Dream Center Center

Copyright © The Hamilton Dream Center. All Rights Reserved.

​​​Empowering  Families & Individuals to Succeed  with Dignity  and  Purpose

​​​​​​​Vintage Blueberry Pop-Up Shop!   
The Hamilton Dream Center has the latest in fashion thrift shops! 

Vintage Blueberry features a variety of fashion, children's clothes,

home décor, and even delectable treats for you to discover.

Stocking for winter soon has begun!


Thursday, September 21, 3pm - 8pm

Saturday, September 23, 10 am - 2pm


All proceeds go to support the initiatives of the center. 
Clothing items are $2/piece  * Shoes, purses and coats are $5/item
Home décor is individually priced

​Annual Gala of Hope

Mark your calendars for Thursday, October 19, 2017

at Liuna Station

360 James Street North, Hamilton

Doors Open At 6

Fantastic silent auction items, fun live auction and amazing dinner,      plus a chance to make a difference in someone's life!


This is THE event of the season, that you will not want to miss!

Tickets are $55.00 each or purchase a table for $550.00


Event Sponsorship begins at $550.00.

Sponsorship includes advertising, Income Tax Receipt

as well as 8 tickets to the Gala.

Ace & Joy Clarke

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Ace and Joy founded The Hamilton Dream Center food bank in Hamilton, ON because they wanted to give back. After having lived the lifestyle of outlaw motorcycle gang members they knew that they needed to become people who offered HOPE to a broken community.


Their passion for picking people up and setting them on a life changing path is evident each and every day as they help feed and clothe countless families each year.

Welcome

Hamilton has the highest incidence of child poverty in Ontario. In our neighbourhood 2 out of 5 families live below the poverty line and 76% of all children aged 7-14 go to school every day hungry. It is our intention to change that! Our goal at The Hamilton Dream Center is to be a light in a darkened place. We believe that by meeting the immediate needs of the community we will be just that a place of hope.


Your new or gently used clothing and non-perishable food items are always welcome. Financial support is needed and will help us to continue the work that has begun as well as to start new programs. Have a look at what we do and what we are going to become.


Ace and Joy Clarke ~ Founders