• May Story of the Month

    Shelter to Home works hand in hand with several North Shore agencies including the North Shore Crisis Center/Sage House, Hollyburn Family, Seniors’ and Victim Services, Vancouver Coastal Health, Canadian…


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  • March Story of the Month

    We have a new look!! Our “perf” was donated and installed. It covers the large downstairs windows with an attractive green-blue mosaic, yet still lets in 80%…


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  • December Story of the Month

    Shelter to Home was launched in 2008 to provide furniture and household goods for a client from the North Shore Lookout Shelter. Initially all our clients came from…


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  • August Story of the Month

    “Katherine” is a single gal who was recovering from a complex health issue. She needed everything for her 1 bedroom apartment. We were able to accommodate fully and…


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  • Our New Home

    We have a new home! After almost a year of searching for a new space, we met local business owners Maninder Tennessey and Tarie Tennessey of Atlas Pots, who offered…


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  • July Story of the Month

    “Azita and Amir”  are our most recent Shelter to Home clients.  They are leaving a dangerous situation in their home country and will be living with friends…


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  • June Story of the Month

    June was a strange month. Although we worked with 24 people, by the end of June only 15 had moved into their new homes and had taken their new…


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  • May Story of the Month

    Call us the C Team.  Compassion, Cooperation, Collaboration. Shelter to Home  is a model of team work. Every week volunteers answer telephone calls from donors.   They pass information to the…


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  • Anne’s Story

    This month we assisted 5 single mothers with a total of 11 children.  Here’s ” Ann’s” story. Ann has 5 children, the youngest one, only 2 months old.  Ann suffered…


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  • Mitch’s Story

    With all the bad news we hear on TV or read in the newspaper, we need some good news to give us balance, to give us hope and to…


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