We want to give Cordova Bay Golf Club a shoutout for choosing Threshold Housing as their charity of choice for this golf season! Thank you so much for thinking of us. #WeLoveOurCommmunity #YouthMatter
We are so excited to finally post photos of our newly painted office! We are so happy with how the colours turned out and with the work White Knight did. Not only do these colours get us more excited for spring but we have created a positive and welcoming space that youth can feel welcome to enjoy everyday! We want to thank the incredible team at White Knight for choosing us at their charity of choice but for also doing a great job. We truly enjoyed having the White Knight team around! We can’t believe how quickly they were able to transform our office.
Join us on Wednesday March 28th at 7pm at the Victoria Public Market to watch Rain Man. Movie Night at the Market is by donation with all proceeds going to Threshold Housing. We want to thank the Victoria Public Market for choosing Threshold Housing as their charity of choice for this Movie Night! To read more about this night click here.
Hope to see you all there! #WeLoveOurCommunity #YouthMatter
We want to thank the fantastic team at SaaSquatch for holding an incredible event called ‘Cutthroat Gaming’ on Friday March 23 in support of Threshold Housing! We are so grateful for the excitement and enthusiasm everyone shared at the event for supporting our community. If you want to read more about the Cutthroat Gaming event click here. Thank you so much SaaSquatch for choosing Threshold Housing as your charity of choice! #WeLoveOurCommunity #YouthMatter
We are so excited to announce… that we have won the White Knight Painting 10th Annual Charity Paint Giveaway! We want to thank each and every person who nominated us and helped us spread the word. We also want to thank White Knight for choosing us and helping us create an office space that allows us to represent who Threshold is.
If you are interested in reading more about the White Knight Charity Paint Giveaway or looking at the ‘before’ photos of our office please click here.
Recently as many of us are aware our region has been shaken up with tsunami warnings and earthquakes. Here at Threshold we want to be prepared and our dream is to have an emergency kit for each of our houses and enough to cover all the youth in the program. Not only do we see the importance of having our youth prepared but as well as our community. To do this, we are fundraising for the proceeds to cover the costs of the kits for our youth.
We have partnered with Get My Kit for our community members be able to purchase kits for a discounted rate. All you need to do is go to GetMyKit.Ca and use the coupon code: Threshold. And the discount proceeds come to Threshold Housing, which means we will be able to cover the costs of kits for the youth in our program.
All we need to do is sell 80 kits to be able to cover the costs of kits for our program. We urge our community to spread the word, whether it is in person, email, social media, or over telephone. Please let your friends and family know that between today and March 7th they can go onto the website www.Getmykit.ca/shop to get a kit at a discounted rate!
Thanks to all of your support we are the top 3 finalists in the White Knight Painting contest! We are so close to having our office painted and creating a space that will motivate youth to drop by for programming. Our office not only serves a purpose for our staff members but it is a space that we encourage youth to come into to work on and accomplish their goals. It is difficult to give youth a warm welcome with a cold and uninviting office to come into. It is not too late to continue letting White Knight Painting know why they should choose Threshold Housing.
If you would like to see the other two top finalists in the White Knight Painting contest click here. We do understand how difficult this is going to be for White Knight Painting to choose as the other two finalists are very deserving as well!
Thank you so much to Sylvia Campbell & Colin Booth from St. Aidan’s United Church for the generous donation from the Thrift Shop at St. Aidan’s. This donation will go towards our programming and will allow us to continue creating more opportunities for youth! #YouthMatter #WeLoveOurCommunity
Photo of: Jody Yurkowsky-Pace, Sylvia Campbell, Don Storch, and Colin Booth.
January 31st is Bell Let’s Talk Day!
Today is a good reminder to check in with friends and family about their mental health. Let them know that mental health matters and is just as important as our physical health. Don’t forget to also remind yourself that YOUR mental health matters too! What are you doing for #SelfCare today? Make sure to watch the video posted on @BellLetsTalk on Facebook & Twitter, use the #BellLetsTalk hashtag, send text messages if you are a Bell user, and use the SnapChat Bell Let’s Talk filter because Bell will be donating 5 cents every time someone does any of these things towards mental health initiatives. Visit https://letstalk.bell.ca/en/ways-to-help for more information.
Our team at Threshold Housing wants to thank our community for the support we received in 2017. We want to thank all the people who helped us with our Shine a Light on Youth campaign during the months of November and December. From generous donors to all the individuals who showed up on event day and helped us make it a special day! We have posted photos from the Shine a Light on Youth event on November 25th when we lit up the tree in Bastion Square on our social media accounts. (Photos are also posted at the end of this post)
For daily updates please follow our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages @THSVic.
We also want to thank the businesses and organizations in our community who helped us create more opportunities for youth in 2017. With the help of these businesses we are able to offer youth programming that is based off their interests. This allows youth to feel empowered and motivated to succeed. We also could not do this work without the fundraisers that are held for us. Thank you to the organizers of these events as well as the people who continuously support us by attending these events. We were also able to make the holidays special for the youth in 2017 with the help from generous community members and Coast Capital Savings. We are not able to make Threshold a home for youth without the support from our community. We truly believe it takes a village.