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What a year! With our big purchase and move to our new location, this year felt like a whirlwind! We were so appreciative of all the support from the community and how happy everyone has been for us to be in our new building! Our new home! Island Ford presenting…
Now that the whirlwind of our big move is over and we are settled into our new location, we want to take some time to recognize and thank the following community members and businesses that donated their time, labour, and materials to help us get our new space move in…
Big News At CVYS
We are so proud and excited to announce that CVYS has purchased a building and we will be moving to our new location at the end of May! Our new office will be at 294 Coronation Avenue, a location with a rich history and deep connection to the community. We…
Reflecting on 2020
As we edge closer to closing the door on 2020, in preparation to enter a New Year, we reflect on the incredible journey this year has been. Although gratitude and finding the light is so very necessary, we cannot deny the layers of difficulty, complexity, and collective grief and sacrifice…
We are honoured to offer you these services on the traditional, ancestoral, and unceded territories of the Coast Salish Peoples. Particularly, we acknowledge with respect Quw’utsun’ Tribes, Stz’uminus First Nations, the Penelakut Tribe, Ditidaht First Nation, Malahat First Nation, Pacheedaht First Nation, Halalt First Nation, the Lyackson First Nation and the Metis Nation. It is because of the ongoing care and protection of these lands by these Nations that we are able to work alongside you here, and for that we are truly grateful. With open hearts and respectful curiosity, CVYS is committed to decolonizing practices and offering spaces and programming that is safe and inclusive. Thank you.
A United Way Central and Northern Vancouver Island (UWCNVI) member Agency, funded by the Province of British Columbia. Program funding through Government of Canada and community donations.