COVID-19 Crisis: Please share your gift now so we can continue to serve our most vulnerable neighbours:
- 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.
- You can donate to purchase a grocery gift-card for a neighbour who is struggling to cover their food needs, right now. Each week, we’re sharing these grocery resources with those who need help to feed their families.
- NOTE: At this time, we are not able to receive grocery or clothing donations.
Our first priority is maintaining the safety of our clients and volunteers, their families and the larger community. Following the advice of health authorities, we continue to take all appropriate steps to keep everyone safe. Here is a link to Harvest Project COVID Safety Plan.
-We continue to support those enrolled in our programs – with our ‘virtual’ Client Care Program that provides online and phone coaching and counsel for each client. Our ‘virtual’ Grocery Support Program ensures that each client will receive grocery retail gift-cards in place of onsite ‘shopping’ at Harvest Project. Though we’ve cancelled all in-person appointments at this time, staff are in touch with each client to arrange for our delivery of grocery retail gift-cards to each residence. If you need help, please connect with our Client Care Managers by email at email@example.com or phone us at 604-083-9488.
-To connect with our Rent Bank, please phone us at 604-983-9488.
-Emergency Needs Drop-In hours on Tuesdays and Fridays are not available until further notice. Click on this link to find out where to find Free and Low Cost Food on the North Shore
-At this time, we are not able to receive grocery or clothing donations. Please consider donating a grocery gift-card
-Staff are accessible by phone and email. For all general inquiries, you can reach us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 604-983-9488.
-We have paused most volunteering and volunteer-roles until further notice.
Please be kind to your neighbors and take care.
Updated May 18, 2021