MayBell Developments started in 2015 with a vision of ending poverty through a ‘tiny-home’ community, constructed and occupied at low cost for those experiencing poverty or homelessness in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Local research led to two important observations: that relationship and community are key to addressing ending poverty, and that women and children are the demographic most frequently turned away from shelter due to capacity in our community.
The Encouragement Program is the structure through which we offer supportive programming. It is currently offering our Faith & Finances program and will be the foundation of program delivery for Lilium Village.
Our Advocacy Project came about in our journey of local research. It became evident that too often we look at poverty without truly looking at the individuals within the experience. Check out our #maybellstories
Our vision is a big undertaking for us. Our engagement with the Compassion Program allows us to contribute to evangelical ministry on an international level while we establish our mission here in our home community.
THE MAYBELL EFFECT