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Thanking Raymond James for their amazing community spirit!

Recently   two groups of volunteers came out from Raymond James   to volunteer with us in our Gift-In-Kind department. The volunteer teams did an amazing job helping sort, organize and clean our incoming donations of food, clothing and household goods.

It was a joy to have the team from Raymond James with us and we can’t thank them enough for their support of Covenant House and our young people!

Thank you Raymond James!

Thanking Raymond James for their amazing community spirit!

Thank you Raymond James for volunteering

You can help youth “Beat the Heat” this summer

This summer, homeless youth will receive a care package full of summer clothing and necessities. Please help us make the summer safer for our youth!

Ways to help:

1. Contribute to our costs
It costs $150 to create a care package. Help us purchase one whole care package for a youth in need.  Donate  Here.

2. Purchase a care pack online
Order the items online  here    through our partnership with Army & Navy and have them shipped directly to us.

3. Include us in your shopping 
Download the care package  inventory list    with you on your holiday shopping trips. Feel free to contribute any or all of the items on our list.

If you have any questions please contact Marissa Barrie by email at    or by phone at 604-639-8937 and for more information click here.

Below is an amazing “Beat the Heat” care package that was donated by  two lovely ladies and is Canada Day themed! Thank you!

Canada Day themed Beat The Heat Care Package

Our young ladies experience the joy of gardening

The young ladies in our Crisis Program have been working on a garden project since early spring. The project has grown even larger than expected and the girls have loved working on their garden and learning about planting and caring for it.

Recently the girls headed out to a garden center to purchase plants ahead of LifeSpace Gardens coming to teach them about gardening the next weekend. Their excitement as they picked out flowers and vegetables was amazing. The plants were brought to the upstairs balcony and the youth spent time taking them out of the boxes, watering and arranging them. During this time one of the youth started playing her ukulele and singing. It was such a nice, soothing experience for all involved. The youth expressed their gratitude multiple times during the day and were so thankful for the opportunity to be involved in the process of creating the beautiful garden.

The team from LifeSpace Gardens came the following weekend and taught the girls more about planting and taking care of their garden. The youth learned a lot about gardening in general, and about food gardening in particular. They also had an amazing time and loved spending time in their garden. We want to send a big thank you to the folks who made this garden possible, especially the donors who helped us purchase the supplies, including donating the garden consultation and containers from LifeSpace Gardens.

The glory of gardening: hands in the dirt, head in the sun, heart with nature. To nurture a garden is to feed not just the body, but the soul.” - Alfred Austin

Garden project pictures

Free Youth Sports & Rec Program at Roundhouse Community Centre

Join Covenant House every Tuesday at the Roundhouse Community Center (181 Roundhouse Mews on the Corner of Davie & Pacific)  from 4:30PM to 6:00 PM. All youth are invited to come from any program in CHV and you can also bring friends as long as they are 16-25.  Roundhouse Community Centre has lots of different equipment for any sport you can think of that can be played in a gym. Sports are chosen by the youth that attend each Tuesday and it’s always free. 

If you have any questions call Jeff or Becki at 604-639-8928.

Come join us for some spectacular sports!

Sports & Rec Program for youth up to 25


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