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A Little Christmas Miracle at Good Stuff Connection Thrift Store

A Note from our Executive Director, Laura Reynolds: Thank you, everyone, for supporting North Shore Crisis Services Society. Months prior, we prepared for a particularly challenging winter. We were thrilled to see so many in our community step forward to support our families in all the ways that you could - when help was [...]

2022-12-23T09:59:33-08:00December 23rd, 2022|update|

Standing in Solidarity with the Women in Iran

North Shore Crisis Services Society stands with the Women in Iran and supports their demands for fundamental change. To help us write this article, we spoke to members of our community who were deeply disturbed by the protests in Iran to hear their perspectives and learn how we can best support the cause. In sharing [...]

2022-12-16T14:16:16-08:00December 15th, 2022|update|

Double Your Impact this Holiday Season

We have $10,000 to match! Double Your Impact This December. Throughout December, Connaught Village in Edgemont will match all donations up to $10,000! Double your impact this holiday season and make a real difference for families on the North Shore escaping violence. NSCSS continues to provide free and low-barrier services, thanks to the [...]

2022-12-13T16:00:11-08:00December 13th, 2022|update|

Light Up The Holidays at Park & Tilford Gardens!

Have you checked out the Park and Tilford Gardens recently?  The lights are spectacular! Until December 18, enjoy an enchanting walk through the Park & Tilford Gardens, a 1.5-acre botanic garden in the City of North Vancouver. They're hosting a magical family-friendly event and fundraiser, "Light Up the Holiday” organized by Harvest Project and BentallGreenOak [...]

2022-12-11T14:37:19-08:00December 11th, 2022|update|

NSCSS Holiday Wish List, 2022

Give the Gift that Changes Everything Every year, at around this time, friendly voices call in to ask if they could send Christmas gifts to the women and children we support - and as always, we say yes, of course! Donations, monetary or in-kind, help change the lives of families and make our annual [...]

2022-11-22T16:58:58-08:00November 22nd, 2022|update|

Our Impact: NSCSS 2021-2022 Annual Report

A Message from Laura Reynolds, Executive Director, and Ross Forman, President of the Board of Directors: We witnessed true resilience in ways we’ve never seen before, and we have so many promising and inspiring stories to share despite the rise of domestic violence since the start of COVID-19. Thanks to your generosity, the women [...]

2022-10-03T12:57:38-07:00October 3rd, 2022|update|

Suki’s Survivor Story

Suki's family of 3 lived in a small apartment in Lower Lonsdale. As her husband's abuse became more severe, he started to physically abuse her in front of their 6-year-old daughter. She knows that this must stop, but naturally, anxious questions start to flood. What if I leave? Where would I go? He controls our [...]

2022-09-14T11:24:47-07:00September 14th, 2022|update|

Julie & Linda’s Story: Best Friends Survive Elder Abuse

One of the most underreported crimes in Canada is elder abuse - a tragedy that affects hundreds of thousands of Canadians each year (roughly 10% of Canadians). For seniors facing domestic violence, leaving their abuser presents a completely distinct set of challenges. At SAGE House, we welcome new clients with a community of fellow survivors. [...]

2022-09-14T11:24:25-07:00September 14th, 2022|update|

3 Starting Points for Creating Safe & Inclusive Workplaces- Small Business BC Panel Event

Photo ID, from left to right: Moderator: Darren Dunne (SBBC); Speakers: Sandra Lee (NSCSS), Diane Shaher (founder, PHRSH Threads), Max Rivest (founder, Wize Tea), and Tom Conway (CEO, SBBC) at the Small Business BC offices, Vancouver. NSCSS Communications & Development Manager, Sandra Lee, spoke as a panelist at Small Business BC's premier event on 2SLGBTQ+ [...]

2022-09-01T15:22:58-07:00August 29th, 2022|update|
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