provides holidays and the experience of community to low-income families.

Upcoming Events

Men's Superbowl Sunday Party!!
complete with outdoor snow football game, smoked ribs and pulled pork sandwiches, and the big game on a big screen with big sound!

Tickets: $25/person (includes plated supper smoked by award winning BBQ-er, Danny Gernon!), snowbowl registration, and HD big screen projected game complete with PA audio sound!

All proceeds will support Waupoos Family Farm. Bring a friend - in fact, bring all your friends! Please pass this on to your own contacts. 

Overview of the day - Sunday February 1st:

1:30pm Arrival/Registration (2050 Rideau Road - http://goo.gl/AsPQSV)
2:00pm Snowbowl Kick-Off 
2-5pm Winter Fire
5:00pm Plated Supper and dessert
6:00pm Game time

Please RSVP to brendan.marshall@gmail.com - and we'll look forward to seeing you on game day!

Waupoos is a Christian community that comes together to    
 "Pray, Work and Play".

Come out and join us for any one or all three of these activities!
To learn more about what we do and who we are, join our email list bycheck out our newsletter, visit our Facebook page or email us at contact@waupoos.com.

 If you would like to apply for a vacation, check to see if you qualify here.

Vacations - choose one:

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Since 1980, families who have no other opportunities for holidays anhave children 16 years and under have been welcomed to apply for a vacation at Waupoos Farm. 

What's New?

Our annual Volunteer Appreciation night will be held on March 7th starting with Mass at 4:30, followed by dinner at 6:00 and Magic Show at 7pm. We invite anyone who has volunteered their time or resources to Waupoos this past year to please join us as we give thanks and recognize our generous supporters!

Prayer to Our Lady of the Poor

by Father Fred Magee, OMI 

Mary, in a spirit of joy and thanksgiving,

you recognized the greatness of the Lord.

You knew you were His servant,

one of His poor.

In faith you believed that God who is mighty

had done great things for you.

You listened in such humility and stillness

that God’s Word became flesh in you.

We, the poor, come to you

asking for your intercession.

We ask for the gift of recognizing

our poverty before God

and His great favour toward us. 

May our hearts be open to receive God’s word

and may it live and bear fruit in us as in you.

Then your great hymn of thanksgiving

will become ours as we cry with you:

“My soul glories in the Lord … 

whose mercy is from age to age”. 

Our Lady of the Poor, pray with us.