A Big Thank You to BC Housing’s Community Connections Program

For the past four years, Covenant House Vancouver has been fortunate to receive the generous support of BC Housing’s Community Connections program for our 30 Days for 30 Nights campaign. 30 Days for 30 Nights has the goal of raising all the money required to operate our Crisis Shelter for the entire month of December (our busiest month), and thanks once again to the support of BC Housing, we were able to reach this goal! What’s more, the Community Connections program continues to be the largest organizational supporter of this campaign!

Community Connections is BC Housing’s employee-driven community investment program, involving a donations drive, employee fundraising activities, and employer supported volunteerism.  Employees have identified investment “pillars” which channel their giving to charities as selected by the staff as a whole. 

Thank you again to BC Housing for helping to make our goals a reality and to everyone who contributed to this year’s campaign – we couldn’t have done it without you! 


Caption: From left to right: Campaign Co-Chair Agnes Ross, Vice President of Human Resources for BC Housing, Tristan Klassen, Development Officer for Covenant House Vancouver, and Campaign Co-Chair Dan Maxwell, Vice President Corporate Services and Chief Financial Officer for BC Housing.

For the past four years, Covenant House Vancouver has been fortunate to receive the generous support of BC Housing’s Community Connections program for our 30 Days for 30 Nights campaign. 30 Days for 30 Nights has the goal of raising all the money required to operate our Crisis Shelter for the entire month of December (our busiest month), and thanks once again to the support of BC Housing, we were able to reach this goal! What’s more, the Community Connections program continues to be the largest organizational supporter of this campaign!

Community Connections is BC Housing’s employee-driven community investment program, involving a donations drive, employee fundraising activities, and employer supported volunteerism.  Employees have identified investment “pillars” which channel their giving to charities as selected by the staff as a whole. 

Thank you again to BC Housing for helping to make our goals a reality and to everyone who contributed to this year’s campaign – we couldn’t have done it without you! 


Caption: From left to right: Campaign Co-Chair Agnes Ross, Vice President of Human Resources for BC Housing, Tristan Klassen, Development Officer for Covenant House Vancouver, and Campaign Co-Chair Dan Maxwell, Vice President Corporate Services and Chief Financial Officer for BC Housing.