Coast Capital Savings Helping Youth
Many thanks to Coast Capital Savings and its corporate vision in helping vulnerable youth today for a healthier community tomorrow. Coast Capital Savings has been a consistent contributor to Threshold programs over the years. Their interest in helping youth has been admirable. Coast Capital Saving’s support has been vital in opening Threshold House. In September 2016 the former Easter Seal House became the home for seven vulnerable young men and women thanks to the vital support of Coast Capital Savings. To learn more about how they’ve promised to help build a richer future for youth in our community, see www.CoastCapitalSavings.com – Helping Youth
|Home Depot – Orange Door Project
The Orange Door Project is The Home Depot Canada Foundation’s response to one of the most urgent social issues facing Canadians today – youth homelessness. This initiative comes out of our three-year, $10-million pledge to support long-term solutions that will help to put an end to youth homelessness in Canada. www.HomeDepot.ca – Orange Door Project
Since the Foundation’s inception in 2003, approximately $4 million per year hasbeen donated to support programs and initiatives that help make our communities a better place to work and live. We invest in community programs run by registered charitable organizations in Canada that reflect our mandate and our two focus areas: at-risk youth and climate change adaptation. www.Intact.ca – Foundation
|Seaville Family Foundation|
Robbie Hancock is an indie folk, singer/songwriter and a composer/producer and an international touring artist. His vision, hard work, and ability to bring people together made the January 2017 Gorge-ous Coffee fundraiser possible. www.robbiehancock.com
|Level Ground Trading
Every year, Level Ground invests a Direct Fair Trade Community Premium when we purchase coffee from Colombia. Since 1998, we have been investing this community premium in Famicafe. www.LevelGround.com – Values
|Thrifty Foods – Smile Card Program
We are blessed to live and work in communities jam-packed with community spirit! We put our efforts into all kinds of programs that matter to you! www.ThriftyFoods.com – Community Programs
CANOE’s commitment to sustainable business practices is apparent across all aspects of our operation. We maintain a comprehensive compost and recycling program, and partner with local suppliers. www.CanoeBrewpub.com – Culture
|Rotary Club of Victoria Harbourside
|UVic Centre for Youth & Society
|Oak Bay Kiwanis Club
|Royal Canadiann Legion #91
|City of Victoria
We offer a blazing network and great support for bandwidth needs, big and small.
|Blankets for Canada Society
A non-denominational organization devoted to creating blankets for Canadians who need warmth.
|Red Barn Market
Red Barn Market is a locally owned and we look to our local growers for the best seasonal fruits and veggies.
|Soroptimist Clube – Anney’s Closet Project
Using donated household items, we’ve created a “free store” for women and girls who need household items.
Nicholas Randall is the shop for your home and gifts. We have been in the community for eighteen years helping you, our friends and neighbours.
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