Our condolences to the family of Steve Morden.
“Steve passed away peacefully at home on September 11th, 2017. He led an interesting life doing a great variety of jobs, often helping those less advantaged, including youth support work and with the Attorney General as a probation officer.”
We want to thank Steve Morden for the incredible work he did with youth and for including us in his memorial donations.
To read more about Steve Morden please visit http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/timescolonist/obituary.aspx?pid=186654388
Threshold Housing Society is delighted to be participating in the Oak Bay Tea Party Parade.
Join us at this community event!
Information regarding the Oak Bay Tea Party Parade:
Date: June 3, 2017
Begins: 10:30 AM
For more information: http://www.oakbayteaparty.com/parade
As reported in the Times Colonist March 19th, 2017. See the TC page online.
Recycle for a good cause
July 31st, 2014 — Ms. Sarah Petrescu published the following article in the July 31st edition of the Times Colonist newspaper, titled “Victoria apartment building donated to house homeless youth“. The following is an excerpt:
An anonymous donor has given a $725,000 Victoria apartment complex to the region’s homeless youth.
With four two-bedroom units, the apartment building on Davie Street in the South Jubilee neighbourhood will be the subject of a massive community makeover in September.
“The donor, who approached us, has worked with children and youth and understands how important stable housing is for them,” said Mark Muldoon, executive director of Threshold Housing Society.
May 14, 2014 — With paintbrushes in hand, eight members of the Saanich Home Depot team descended upon Mitchell house this week. Under the direction of Darcy Lockhart, the group professionally painted exterior portions of the house and some interior rooms as well.
Last year, Threshold Housing Society was the recipient of support through Home Depot’s “Buy a Hammer and Build a Community Campaign.” This year, we are again excited to be partnering with them in the “Orange Door Campaign.” Both campaigns were created with the purpose of addressing youth homelessness.
We are also grateful for a grant last year from The Home Depot Canada Foundation that went toward much needed upgrades at Holly House. Home Depot is an excellent corporate citizen that thinks and acts locally. Their area associates and volunteers have heart and a lot of expertise in home repair.
Way to go guys and gals! Thank you so much!