John Howard Society of Brandon, Inc.
153 - 8th Street
Brandon MB R7A 3W9
Phone: (204) 727-1696
Fax: (204) 728-4344

“Seeking Restorative Solutions to Crime”

Mission Statement

The John Howard Society of Brandon Inc., a charitable organization provides services to victims, offenders and the community in seeking restorative solutions to crime.

Corporate Membership

Corporate members allow the John Howard Society of Brandon to fulfill our mission by providing financial support.  Click here to see our Corporate members.


Job Opportunities

We are currently seeking to fill a full-time indefinite term for the Community Institutional Program Coordinator position.  Click here to see the full job description.  Please send your cover letter and resume to Jamie Tompkins at by November 1, 2016 @ 4:30pm.  We thank all those that apply but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Please note that this position requires evening and weekend work occasionally in order to run group programming in the community (Approximately one weekend per month every other month, and 15 weeks per year of two evenings per week).  However, the position is typically Monday – Friday 8:30 – 4:30.

Volunteer Opportunities

The John Howard Society of Brandon is looking for volunteers to help in the following areas:

  1.   CSO/FOP program – work site liaison
  2.   Community Based Programming – Youth Program Co-facilitator
  3.   Administrative Duties
  4.   Website upgrading/design
  5.  Court worker


The Assiniboine Community Justice Committee is looking for volunteers.  Click here to find out more.


 Donate Now Through!

Without generous donations JHSB would be unable to provide all the services we do.

Thank You for your contributions!



GOALS of John Howard Society of Brandon

  • To empower offenders, victims and the community through the process of restorative justice.
  • To promote reform of the justice system to one of restorative justice, which includes victims, communities and offenders.
  • To encourage active involvement of volunteers in responding to the issues of crime
  • To facilitate public awareness and dialogue regarding the causes of crime and possible solutions.