About Us

We are a grassroots community organization existing to improve the vitality of the south end neighbourhood and wellbeing of its residents.

Our Story: Since 2008

PULSE Inc is a neighbourhood action group that was established in 2008. The group supports community policing initiatives and quality of life issues that impact the neighbourhood.

PULSE Inc offers daily support services and programs that address the needs of the lower south end residents, including food security, tax and health care appointments as well as various outreach services. The group has been instrumental in neighbourhood revitalization efforts, including Rainbow Park Development, the south end community garden, memorial garden and community clean ups.

PULSE Inc serves as an advocate, voice and leader as it continues to build partnerships and capacity to serve the south end community.


Meet Our Staff 

Mary Lesage

Mary Lesage

Neighborhood Developer

Mary’s Role as Neighbourhood Navigator is to be a resource referral source for residents and to assist with whatever challenges or issues you may be facing. We work with you on your journey to make sure you have access to services in the community and provide support during the process. Issues someone may come to us with can include goal setting, needing help filling out paperwork, finding local programs to meet basic needs, etc. If there is anything we can work together on to achieve for you or your family do not hesitate to email or pop into P.U.L.S.E. Inc. 

Contact Mary at pulsedeveloper.lesage@gmail.com, 632-6807.

Lisa Morris

Lisa Morris

PULSE Coordinator & Food Literacy & Accessibility Coordinator

Lisa is the P.U.L.S.E. Inc. Coordinator & Food Literacy & Accessibility Coordinator. Lisa’s Role is to take care of the building at PULSE including programs, creating the monthly calendar and the best part which is helping people. My role as Literacy & Accessibility Coordinator has had me be busy planning our monthly Slow Cooking Social, Pantry Highlights, Grab & Go Meals and our Food N’ Dudes men’s program which supports eight men from the Lower South End with improving food literacy & accessibility.

Contact Lisa at Lisa@pulsesj.ca , 506-632-6807


Get Involved

If you have a desire to join us in changing the narrative of the Lower South End contact us via email, phone, or Facebook. We are currently updating our volunteer policies and will update our website soon with how you can get involved. 


Monday & Tuesday  9am – 3pm

Wednesday 8am – 3pm

Thursday 9am – 6pm

Friday 9am – 4pm

Saturday & Sunday – Closed


251 Wentworth Street
Saint John, NB, Canada E2L 0B7

Contact Us

(506) 632-6807



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