Youth at risk are one of Canada’s most vulnerable populations and they need our ongoing care. Several of our charities are doing boots-on-the-ground work. Their staff are advocating for, feeding, and housing kids. They are friends of this sector of our human family.
Canadian youth at risk can find themselves in trouble on all sides. Their place in society is not a given. There can be heartache at home, at school, and in broader society. When donating your car, consider giving to a local charity that is working with these kids to keep them safe. Be part of helping them get healthy, find community, and pursue purpose.
Youth at risk are served from two Covenant House locations: Vancouver, BC, and Toronto, Ontario. The work of CH in both locations provides whole-person help. They seek to protect and safeguard our kids with love and respect. Helping teens find shelter and safety are key. Caring for mental and spiritual health are part of the package.
RaY | Resource Assistance for Youth
Winnipeg’s hurting youth (largely an indigenous peoples’ population) are served by a locally based and operated outreach. Through years of endeavor, they have zero’d in on mission. They are a “proactive provider of prevention, intervention, outreach and support services.” How do they do this? In so many ways, including a thrift shop and a job training program.
Alberta-grown, with locations in Calgary and Edmonton, Streelight is one of YU’s high energy endeavors:
Streetlight is just one of YU’s many outreaches. Working on school campuses, building friendships, and providing job support all come in to the picture. They have an auto repair training program, too!
Do these works jive with where you see your donation dollars heading? Re-visit our charities list for more organizations like these three. Youth at risk are a hurting population in every Canadian province. Find out where you can help near where you live!
Photo credit https://www.covenanthousebc.org/about-us/our-impact/
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