A Port in the Storm will close its doors effective July 31, 2020

After eight years of serving our rural and northern neighbours, A Port in the Storm will permanently close its doors on July 31, 2020.

The comfort, safety, and security of A Port in the Storm guests remains our priority, and we will continue housing guests between now and July 31.

Thank you to the many generous donors, stakeholders, volunteers, and staff who made it possible to help people receiving medical care and their families over the past eight years. You have had a profound impact on many lives.

Read the full message from Rob Elder, President and Chair

A Port In The Storm | Safe, Affordable accommodations for critical illness patients - Winnipeg, Canada

Stories - John Klassen

John Klassen

I was diagnosed with Leukemia this past May. One minute I was home, cutting grass, the next we were on our way to Winnipeg. I haven't been home since. We still have several months in the city ahead of us.

 

I miss my family and home so much.This been a difficult road, but there have been many blessings. My wife and I consider A Port in the Storm an answer to prayer. A safe and loving place to be while away from our family, friends and home we love. We will be forever grateful.