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The Orange Door Helps At-Risk Youth

What is the Orange Door?

The Orange Door Project campaign is The Home Depot Canada’s national fundraising campaign that is committed to preventing and helping to end youth homelessness. The Home Depot Canada Foundation is a charity committed to preventing and ending youth homelessness in Canada. The Foundation works to remove systemic barriers that youth face and fosters healthy pathways for change. To create new paths for youth experiencing homelessness, The Home Depot Canada Foundation is investing $125 million by 2030.

This fundraising campaign takes place online and in-store and supports local youth-serving charities across Canada.

How Does It Support Local Charities?

Home Depot locations in their communities select a charitable recipient to receive all of proceeds raised throughout the campaign.

We are honoured that both the Cambie Street and Terminal Avenue locations of The Home Depot have chosen Covenant House Vancouver as the recipient of all funds raised through this campaign.

How Does It Work?

Between June 4th and July 7th, all donations made at either of the two Vancouver Home Depot locations, or online, will go directly to Covenant House Vancouver to help us serve youth in our community.

Donations at the Cambie Street (2388 Cambie Street) and Terminal Avenue (900 Terminal Avenue) locations can be made at the till, when you have completed your shopping experience.

If you prefer to make a secure, online donation, you can do so by clicking on this hyperlink.

Regardless of which method that you choose, your support will go a long way in helping youth exit the street and work towards a future that they deserve.

Covenant House Vancouver would like to thank The Home Depot Canada Foundation and its Vancouver locations for their support in working towards ending youth homelessness, and to all of you who see and support vulnerable youth in our community.