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Covenant House Vancouver
Providing love and hope to youth ages 16-24 who are at-risk for, or are experiencing, homelessness.
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Covenant House Vancouver 14h
Our youth cooking group recently learned how to make homemade pasta. The youth were taught how to make a well, slowly mix in the eggs and roll out the fresh pasta. Sorry there are no pictures of the final dish but the youth ate it too fast!
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Covenant House Vancouver Feb 26
1 in 5 kids are affected by bullying. Young people who are experiencing homelessness can often facing bullying, violence and judgment. Today and everyday remember to and be kind.
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Covenant House Vancouver Feb 26
It's For every like, comment, and share of the 🚀 Donation Posts on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter this February 26, Swoop will donate $1* to support anti-bullying programs in partnership with CKNW Kids’ Fund.
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Covenant House Vancouver Feb 25
is the partner for the 50/50 Fundraising Program for the 2020 Season. We need 40+ volunteers at each home game. The more tickets we sell, the more money we will raise for youth experiencing homelessness. Details:
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Covenant House Vancouver Feb 24
Slowly four young women overcome their shyness and begin to have fun singing & playing music together. Read how our music group encourages youth to express themselves:
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Park Insurance Feb 21
Help end the stigma! This MOC we are supporting in ending period poverty. Check out our VP Chelsea Fitzpatrick showing the simple things you can do to help!
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Covenant House Vancouver Feb 21
Sleep Out: Professional Edition raises over $304,186.91! Last night, 60 professionals slept outside in solidarity with youth who are experiencing homelessness to raise funds for our Mental Health and Addictions Programs. Thank you Sleepers!
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Covenant House Vancouver Feb 21
Early morning hours at our sleepers will soon be waking up to reflect on their experiences.
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Sam Feb 20
Team Hootsuite all bundled up for Sleep Out!
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Andrea Feb 20
It's official! The team is on the streets of on behalf of
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Sam Feb 20
It’s heartbreaking to hear a 20-year-old say that they’ve been to many shelters, but it’s so wonderful to hear that of them all Covenant House is the best – the most professional and the most supportive. That’s why we’re fundraising tonight.
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Covenant House Vancouver Feb 20
We did it! We hit our $300k goal in support of Mental Health programs 😍 A huge TY again to for being our matching donor AND to all our participants for their commitment to the youth
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Covenant House Vancouver Feb 20
Yes, that's exactly right😀. Thanks and for spreading the word about this important movement in whatever way you can
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Sam Feb 20
I am sleeping out TONIGHT!! And look at how insanely close is to its campaign goal!! Can you help nudge us over the last stretch? Please donate here:
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Covenant House Vancouver Feb 20
No, thank you! Thank you for being here and standing in solidarity with these amazing young people 🙂
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Covenant House Vancouver Feb 20
Sleep out participants have gathered. The room is buzzing with excitement before the night begins 😊
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Covenant House Vancouver Feb 20
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Charles Gauthier Feb 20
Shout out to Dominic Long and Winki Tam of who will be sleeping out this evening in support of
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Covenant House Vancouver Feb 20
starts in under an hour! Our team is gearing up to welcome the amazing people who will be joining us tonight as an act of solidarity with young people experiencing homelessness🥰 Look at these lovely people:
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Covenant House Vancouver Feb 20
Tonight working professionals will spend one night sleeping on the street to raise funds to support our mental health & addictions programs Our sleepers would appreciate any donations and every donation made will be matched by
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