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History

SMIP was founded by a single mother of four in 2009. After becoming a survivor of many horrendous obstacles, at age 27, Sherril Downer decided it was time to make a change. She began assisting mothers in her community in any way she could. After serving the community for two years, SMIP became a registered non-profit organization in June 2011. Sherril operated the organization for two years from her living room while using whatever community centers as she could afford. Beginning with only two families.

In March 2013 SMIP became a registered charitable organization providing programs and services that assist the mothers with their basic needs, education, and employment to 108 families and 198 children within the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).

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Services

Adopt A Family
Adopt a Family Adopt a Family is a program that assists our registered families. We currently hav...
Become a Monthly Donor
  Single Mothers in Progress depends on support from the community, especially in the form of donat...
Donate a car/van/truck
As a charity organization, there are some items we are need but we do not have access to. With a com...
Inspire, Motivate, and Educate
The Inspire, Motivate and Educate program is a series of seminars provided for single mothers in ord...
Feed The Children
Feed the Children 31% of children in poverty live with a single mother. That’s 196,000 kids in ...
Summer Camp
Summer Camp Date: May 25th, 2015 – July 10th, 2015 The Summer Camp program will provide our r...
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Walk of Support Date: September 26th, 2015 In Ontario, 13.5% of the population are single mothers. Of the 1.7 million census families in the GTA, 14.6% are single mothers. Every day, these mothers face physical, emotional, and financial struggles. With an average income of $40,280 (in the GTA, 201...
Walk of Support

Latest News

When life is at it’s worst!
November 9, 2016
When life is at its worst and nothing seems to be getting better, It’s not the problem that is the issue its the way YOU see it!  You CHOOSE to see at as its worst. When life is at...
Introducing the “Mother’s Zone”
November 9, 2016
We are proud to introduce our new "Mother's Zone". Single Mothers anywhere in the world are now able to use this section and it enjoy the benefits it provides.  This section allows mothers ...
Single Mom Appreciation
May 10, 2015
Were you raised by a single mother? Single Mom Appreciation is a Written Word competition and a way to acknowledge your feelings about your mother. Follow the steps below and you can be ...
Mom’s Written Word
May 10, 2015
Mom’s Written Word is a way to acknowledge your feelings about your children and motherhood as well as a competition. Follow the steps below and you can be one of the lucky winners. Th...
Fellow SMIP members: Important Notice
December 20, 2014
  Fellow mothers in progress:In the past 2 months we added the ability to apply for our services on our website via an online form.  Due to a setup error with our service pro...
Boots for Children
November 21, 2014
With the coming of colder temperatures and the first snow fall of the year, the need for warm winter clothing is a must.  Thanks to a generous donation, Single Mothers In Progress is happy ...
Single Mothers In Progress Participates In GivingTuesday
November 14, 2014
We are proud to announce that Single Mothers In Progress will be joining forces with CanadaHelps.org and hundreds of other charities in their GivingTuesday event, which takes place December ...
HOW TO SAVE MONEY ON NECESSITIES
August 22, 2014
How to Save Money on Necessities It is very hard in this economy for a single parent to provide for their child. There are many ways that a single parent or any parent for that matter can a...
A SINGLE MOTHERS STRUGGLE TO HELP THOSE LIVING IN POVERTY!
August 16, 2014
It’s a hot summer day as I sit in my hotel room, here in Jamaica, contemplating on what to do with my life and its struggles. As a single mother of four, an entrepreneur, and an emotional ...