The lovely staff from Saasquatch (Cassidy, Steph, and Pat) presented Jody Yurkowsky-Pace the program director and Jasmine Nagra the fundraising assistant at Threshold Housing with a cheque for $8300. We are so grateful for Saasquatch for choosing Threshold Housing Society as their charity of choice for their annual Cutthroat Gaming fundraiser! We loved working with this team and we can’t wait to work with them again in the future. #WeLoveOurCommunity #YouthMatter
We want to thank the lovely ladies at the Oak Bay United Church Thrift Shop for thinking of Threshold Housing for this wonderful event coming up. Please join us on Saturday April 21st from 7-9pm for food, drinks, and silent and live auctions! All proceeds from this event will be going to an educational bursary fund for Threshold Housing Society’s youth. The silent and live auction will consist of wonderful items from our community, such as original art, a fishing trip, gift cards to local shops, dance lessons, jewelry, gift baskets, and many more!
Thank you so much to Heirloom Linens Canada for choosing us as their charity of the month! You can visit Heirloom linens in Broadmead Village to treat yourself to a new microfibre sheet set while giving back to your community! #WeLoveOurCommunity #YouthMatter
We want to give Cordova Bay Golf Club a shoutout for choosing Threshold Housing as their charity of choice for this golf season! Thank you so much for thinking of us. #WeLoveOurCommmunity #YouthMatter
We are so excited to finally post photos of our newly painted office! We are so happy with how the colours turned out and with the work White Knight did. Not only do these colours get us more excited for spring but we have created a positive and welcoming space that youth can feel welcome to enjoy everyday! We want to thank the incredible team at White Knight for choosing us at their charity of choice but for also doing a great job. We truly enjoyed having the White Knight team around! We can’t believe how quickly they were able to transform our office.
Join us on Wednesday March 28th at 7pm at the Victoria Public Market to watch Rain Man. Movie Night at the Market is by donation with all proceeds going to Threshold Housing. We want to thank the Victoria Public Market for choosing Threshold Housing as their charity of choice for this Movie Night! To read more about this night click here.
Hope to see you all there! #WeLoveOurCommunity #YouthMatter
We are so excited to announce… that we have won the White Knight Painting 10th Annual Charity Paint Giveaway! We want to thank each and every person who nominated us and helped us spread the word. We also want to thank White Knight for choosing us and helping us create an office space that allows us to represent who Threshold is.
If you are interested in reading more about the White Knight Charity Paint Giveaway or looking at the ‘before’ photos of our office please click here.
Thanks to all of your support we are the top 3 finalists in the White Knight Painting contest! We are so close to having our office painted and creating a space that will motivate youth to drop by for programming. Our office not only serves a purpose for our staff members but it is a space that we encourage youth to come into to work on and accomplish their goals. It is difficult to give youth a warm welcome with a cold and uninviting office to come into. It is not too late to continue letting White Knight Painting know why they should choose Threshold Housing.
If you would like to see the other two top finalists in the White Knight Painting contest click here. We do understand how difficult this is going to be for White Knight Painting to choose as the other two finalists are very deserving as well!
Thank you so much to Sylvia Campbell & Colin Booth from St. Aidan’s United Church for the generous donation from the Thrift Shop at St. Aidan’s. This donation will go towards our programming and will allow us to continue creating more opportunities for youth! #YouthMatter #WeLoveOurCommunity
Photo of: Jody Yurkowsky-Pace, Sylvia Campbell, Don Storch, and Colin Booth.
January 31st is Bell Let’s Talk Day!
Today is a good reminder to check in with friends and family about their mental health. Let them know that mental health matters and is just as important as our physical health. Don’t forget to also remind yourself that YOUR mental health matters too! What are you doing for #SelfCare today? Make sure to watch the video posted on @BellLetsTalk on Facebook & Twitter, use the #BellLetsTalk hashtag, send text messages if you are a Bell user, and use the SnapChat Bell Let’s Talk filter because Bell will be donating 5 cents every time someone does any of these things towards mental health initiatives. Visit https://letstalk.bell.ca/en/ways-to-help for more information.