Across Canada and the U.S., dedicated men, women and children are Sleeping Out to raise critical funds and awareness for youth experiencing homelessness.
Unite virtually this year with thousands of others who are giving up their beds for one night and Sleeping Out.
By raising funds and awareness, you are joining the Movement to ensure vulnerable young people in our community have a safe place to sleep every night.
If you have questions about a specific Vancouver Sleep Out or want to learn more, please contact:
Kim WingManager, Special Eventssleepout@covenanthousebc.org604-901-0183
Business leaders use their influence to raise awareness and critical funds for young people experiencing homelessness each November. Participants are C-suite executives, business owners, leaders within their organization, and/or board members of Covenant House. Watch the video above to learn more and see the impact this evening has on participants.
Event Date: To Be Announced
We know how much students can accomplish, and how passionate they are about helping those in need, together with teachers and parents, students take on the challenge of planning a Sleep Out in their own communities. Students will learn about youth homelessness while experiencing some of the struggles faced by homeless people their age all while raising funds to support the basic needs of young people.
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Dedicated professionals unite virtually for one night in February. As a collective, professionals provide guidance, mentorship, and direction for a company’s success. These individuals are shining role models for young people in need. By building awareness and raising funds, professionals are supporting vulnerable youth towards a brighter future.
Courageous individuals come together (virtually, from wherever they are) to honour and support kids who have nowhere else to turn. By raising critical funds to support these youth and spreading awareness about the struggles they face, individuals, families, and companies show us never to underestimate the power of love.