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Art Supplies Donation
We are so grateful to those in our community who are able to make donations. We'd like to say a big thank you to Neil and Stephanie Ballard at Clairity. The youth in our Art Group will be so excited to start new projects with this donation!
Thank you to the students at Ecole Cobblehill for your creative donations of 100 handmade gift bags full of scarves, cookies, hats, and other gifts of love. They will be greatly appreciated by the families and youth at CVYS.
The Orange Door Project
The Orange Door Project fundraising campaign takes place at all The Home Depot stores across Canada for the month of December. Buy a $2 ‘paper door’ at the Duncan Home Depot checkout or donate online. 100% of funds raised will benefit Cowichan Valley Youth Services. Together, we can put an end to youth homelessness in Canada. Learn more at orangedoorproject.ca.
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Over the last several months, we have been working to build a new website that not only provides all the information we would like people to know about our agency, but one that reflects the feeling people have when they walk through our doors. Let us know what you think!
On Saturday May 30th STYLE (Chemanius LRP group) went to WildPlay Element Park in Nanaimo, BC and had fun in their Monkido Aerial Adventure course. Participants got to test their balance and bravery on obstacles ranging from a few feet off the ground all the way up to 45 feet…
On May 28th LRP staff had the opportunity to attend the Exploring Youth Resilience: Mental Health & Wellness workshop put on by the RCMP and Cowichan Tribes. Our day started with a presentation by Safe Youth Cowichan on the great work they have been doing in the Cowichan area, followed…