Thanks to our community sponsors and people like you, young girls experiencing financial pressures and hardships are provided everything from gowns & shoes to individual professional photography sessions for graduation ceremonies throughout Alberta.
If you would like to partner with us in the Cinderella Project please drop off your Grad dresses, accessories or offer your services for hair, makeup and photography.
Lethbridge Food Bank and My City Care have joined forces and developed Mindful Munchies, a program that prepares and delivers healthy lunch options to children and youth in need in our schools and other agencies to enhance their future success. Fill out a connect form to volunteer or donate towards this great program.
New parents receive a safe infant sleeping space courtesy of the Baby Box co. Baby boxes distributed through mycitycare arrive complete with basic necessities for your new little one (a onesie, diapers and baby wipes, etc.), and items added from our hamper program like formula & quilts.
To obtain your baby box, print off the certificate from a quick online course available on and connect with us!
MyCityCare assists families facing crisis and financial hardship in various communities. You can partner with us by simply bringing your non perishable food items to any MyVictory Church Campus and we will help fill fridges across Alberta and ensure that no family goes without the basic necessity of food.
The Street Store is all about community engagement and meeting the immediate needs of our community. Partnering with inner city ministries in Lethbridge, we can bring dignity and hope to those struggling and provide practical care to our neighbours, to those homeless or just experiencing a financial setback. Throughout the year we host ‘pop up’ street stores in various locations in our community providing free clothing and toys to those in need.
Stuff the Bus
Stuff the Bus is our back-to-school campaign. We collected over 5,000 items (school supplies & food) and we were able to fill backpacks for 122 students heading back to school this past year.
Shop of Wonders
We believe all kids should have a Christmas and that parents shouldn’t be forced to choose. We believe in empowering parents and providing dignity to families by resourcing them with what they need to bring Christmas to their children on Christmas Day. If you would like to help brighten a child’s Christmas please drop off your unwrapped toy at one of our campus locations.