The Unitarian Shelter opens for the season on
Wednesday, November 1 at 6 p.m.
serving our community for the tenth year.
The Unitarian Shelter is the grateful recipient of a recent
$5,000 donation from the ‘Compassion in Action Transferable Fund‘
held by the Vancouver Foundation.
For the past nine years, men and women have found overnight respite from the streets, a hot meal, clean clothes and a non-judgemental welcome at the
Nanaimo Unitarian Shelter at 595 Townsite Road, Nanaimo, BC.
Open seven nights a week from 6pm to 7am November through March, the shelter is funded through the federal, provincial and municipal governments, and by generous cash and in kind donations from members of the First Unitarian Fellowship of Nanaimo and individuals, businesses and organizations in our community – and beyond.
YOU can help, too!
Please select the Paypal button below, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
to everyone who donated coats and other clothing to the Oct 7 Coat Drive.
Thanks also to the volunteers who helped receive and sort the donations
SAVE ON FOODS – Brooks Landing
SERIOUS COFFEE – Beaufort
for refreshments for visitors, donors and volunteers.
Your generosity will help keep the homeless of our city
warm and dry this fall and winter.
Shelter Coordinator: Kevan Griffith
250-754-3720 | email@example.com
Executive Director: Lois Peterson
250-758-1601 | firstname.lastname@example.org
We acknowledge the vital support of the following government funders:
We are very grateful to individuals in our community – and beyond –
who support us through their individual cash and in-kind donations.
And for the support of the following businesses and organizations:
Canadian Tire – Nanaimo North | Coast Wholesale Appliances | Trees Dispensary
The Country Grocer | Gold and Silver Man | Marina’s Taverna | Midland Tools Quality Foods – Bowen Rd | Save-On Foods – Brooks Landing | Townsite Grocery
The Unitarian Church of Victoria | Vancouver Island Student Union – Organization for Social Change | Home Depot
THANK YOU ALL
If YOU would like information about how you can help, please contact us.