Concert Properties is proudly partnering with Covenant House Vancouver to launch the very first Sleep Out: Community Edition. The Sleep Out Movement isn’t about pretending to be homeless; it is a way for our participants to show they care enough about these youth, to be uncomfortable for one night.
“Since our founding 30 years ago, Concert has been actively addressing housing needs across the country. However, we still have a long way to go to house youth that are most vulnerable and at risk, with no other place to sleep other than on the streets. I’m encouraged to see so many Concert employees actively supporting this worthy cause, and look forward to a successful fundraising effort to help change the lives of those most at risk,” says Brian McCauley, President and CEO of Concert, who slept out last November in Vancouver and who will be sleeping out in both Toronto and Vancouver this year.
Tonight Concert Properties staff and their families will rally together to raise critical funds and awareness for at-risk and homeless youth you can support them here.