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Laugh till you drop in support of Covenant House this Friday

Vancouver Diamond Campus Lions Club   annual Comedy Fundraiser benefitting Covenant House Vancouver is back! Come out April Fools Day to enjoy another night of hilarious stand-up comedy and don't be afraid to laugh-til-you-drop.

Yuk Yuk's Comedy Club - Vancouver
2837 Cambie St.

Friday April 1, 2016
Doors open: 7:30 pm
Show start: 8:00 pm

Tickets: $25

Featured headliner: SEAN TWEEDLEY

Sean Tweedley headlines clubs and colleges across the US, Canada and UK. In addition to his starring role in the Comedy Network series, THE WARM-UP SHOW, Sean was The Head Writer and on air side kick on THE MIKE BULLARD SHOW. Now based in Los Angeles, Sean was Head Writer for ALF’S LATE NIGHT TALK SHOW on MTV.

More info  here.  

Comedy Fundraiser Event

Wishing everyone a joyful Easter!

From our Covenant House family to yours we wish you all a wonderful Easter long weekend.

Please note our office will be closed on March 25th for Good Friday and we will re-open on Monday March 28th . If you are a youth in need of immediate assistance please call toll free 1-877-685-7474.

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Today is Hudson’s Bay Giving Day!

Covenant House Vancouver has partnered with Hudson’s Bay to offer you a great opportunity to support our work while you SAVE at The Bay and Home Outfitters!

Make a $5 donation to Covenant House Vancouver, and receive:

  • A ticket that entitles you to up to 20% off your purchases at Hudson’s Bay and Home Outfitters on Giving Day on Thursday March 24, 2016 (That's Today!)
  • Entry into a Canada-wide draw for a $5000 shopping spree at Hudson’s Bay, or a $500 gift certificate for Home Outfitters

Please contact us to find out where to purchase your ticket:
Jennifer  Hall
Tel: (604) 639-8942 

PS: The charity that sells the most tickets also receives an extra incentive from Hudson’s Bay. Thanks for your support!

Giving Day at The Bay

The Bay Giving Day  

Josh takes one step forward and two steps back before he is able to achieve his goals

I remember Josh telling me that he didn’t expect that he would end up in a shelter. He moved to Vancouver to live with friends, but it ended up not working out and he had nowhere else to live. However, he seemed to adjust to our Crisis Program well. This may be because Josh had previously worked with youth workers as he had been in foster care.

Josh was the type of youth who was “one step forward, two steps back”. Even though he had barriers which initially kept him from completing his tasks, he was always willing to chat with staff about what he could do differently or what might work better for him. He expressed to us that he felt that he was cared for at Covenant House and how he hadn’t previously felt this from his family.

Josh ended up finding a full time job and leaving the Crisis Program, stating that he wanted a break to try and make it on his own. He returned several times to visit with staff members and was very proud when he finally found himself his own shared accommodation. As he showed staff the pictures of his new place, he never stopped smiling and thanking us for supporting him in achieving his goals. 

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