COVID-19 Crisis: Please share your gift so we can continue to serve our most vulnerable neighbours now: Make your donation online here so that we can continue to serve the hundreds of families who need help each month. And, you will receive an instant tax-receipt. Or, you can donate to purchase a grocery gift-card for
A donation of securities or mutual fund shares via planned giving is the most efficient way to give charitably. There are important tax advantages for you and you're helping change lives. Close to home. Your gift will go to sustain Harvest Project’s work with vulnerable people in our community – helping to change lives and
The North Shore Rent Bank is a new service provided by Harvest Project - for eligible North Shore residents and for existing Harvest Project clients. Through our rent bank we offer short term, no interest loans to those who are at risk of eviction or essential utility disconnection due to a temporary shortage of funds.
On September 23, the City announced a generous grant to support Harvest Project's Rent Bank. “We all want to feel safe in our homes,” said Mayor Linda Buchanan. “This pandemic has put many in our community out of work. To those who are worried about choosing between putting food on the table or paying rent,
G3 Terminal Vancouver, one of our new corporate neighbours on the North Shore waterfront, is generously offering to match your donation this season, up to a total of $12,000. This is a wonderful opportunity to see your gift double in size and impact! Click on this link to donate. Our thanks to G3 - and
Here’s a short video that describes the North Vancouver School District’s Work Experience Program and how Harvest Project provides volunteering opportunities for students with special needs: NV School District Work Experience Program.