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Structure is one of our five core principles

Structure is one of our five core principles

Structure  - Street life is very unstructured. Young people on the street never know where they will sleep or how they will get their next meal. We provide the structure and stability of legitimate and carefully articulated expectations without a lot of rules and regulations. This helps alleviate anxiety and allows them to focus on planning their next steps.

You can provide  structure and stability to a  young person.  Donate Now.  

Top 3 needed items!

Top 3 needed items!

Our current top needed Gift-in-Kind items are:

Men’s boxers
Sun glasses
Fans

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Top Needed Items

Happy B.C. Day Long Weekend

Happy B.C. Day Long Weekend

Our office will be closed on Monday August 7th   for BC Day.

If you are a youth in need of help over the long weekend please call toll free 1-877-685-7474 and one of our youth workers can assist you.

Have a wonderful long weekend!

Happy B.C. Day Long Weekend

Last two days to vote for Sandy & Andrew Teel to help us win $25,000!

Last two days two vote for Sandy & Andrew Teel to help us win $25,000!

Each year, Whitecaps FC selects an  individual making a positive impact  in their community to represent the club in the MLS WORKS Community MVP contest. The chosen Community MVP is someone making a difference through general  community service, or by focusing on  health  issues or social issues including diversity, equality and inclusion. 

Vote to help 'Caps Community MVP Sandy Teel & son Andrew raise $25,000 for Covenant House!

Vote to help 'Caps Community MVP Sandy Teel and son Andrew raise $25,000 for Covenant House Vancouver

Each year, Whitecaps FC selects an  individual making a positive impact  in their community to represent the club in the MLS WORKS Community MVP contest.  The chosen Community MVP is someone making a difference through general  community service, or by focusing on  health  issues or social issues including diversity, equality and inclusion. 

Value Communication is one of our five core principles

Value Communication is one of our five core principles

Value Communication  - Lying, cheating, stealing; these are part of the street code. It's the way young people are forced to survive on the street. We try to show our youth, by example, that lying, cheating and stealing are wrong, that street values are destructive. Even more important, we teach them that caring relationships are built on trust, respect and honesty.

A note of thanks from Sister Nancy Brown

A note of thanks from Sister Nancy Brown

Thank you so much for your generosity and your commitment to young people.  Every  time you make a gift to Covenant House Vancouver, you show love to young people who are suffering. You help give them a fresh start at life.

Love to shop? Your passion can help homeless youth this summer!

Love to shop? Your passion can help homeless youth this summer!

When we think of homeless people and weather we generally worry about it being too cold not too hot but summer weather can have a negative impact on the homeless as well. People who are homeless often lack places to get fresh water and areas to stay cool. At Covenant House Vancouver we prepare for the heat and make sure our youth have proper supplies and safe spaces.

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