We've entered a milestone year of service and your gift will enable Harvest Project to continue providing the vital help that saves lives, right here at home. We look to our neighbours for 100% of the resources we need to bring hope and tangible change to those reaching out for a vital 'hand-up'.
You can choose to make a one-time, or monthly gift so that Harvest Project will have reliable funding to provide care for those facing overwhelming challenges. We're focused on providing coaching and counsel, a rent bank, grocery/nutrition and clothing supports and more: bringing together the best possible care and services for each person as they seek to move to a brighter future.
$60 provides for a first visit and our connection with a new client
$125 provides grocery and nutrition support for a family in-need
$300 provides for a month's services for a household
Your one-time or monthly gift of any size helps to change lives, for the better
Harvest Project reaches out to people across Metro-Vancouver’s North Shore facing family trauma, illness, job loss, and the threat of poverty and homelessness.
We impact the community by breaking the poverty cycle + restoring people to healthier lives. Each month, Harvest Project 'extends a hand up' to many individuals and families who are struggling. We celebrate with client-families as they move forward through their circumstances, to healthier lives here on the North Shore.
Whether you are a new supporter or have been a donor for 30 years, we thank you, on behalf of the people we serve.
We respect your trust and generosity in sharing your gift. We are a registered charity: #BN140525205RR0001.
Notes re privacy and restricted funds:
To protect your privacy, we do not sell or rent our donors' information and we protect all information with the strictest protocols.
All spending of funds is confined to operation of Harvest Project’s approved programs and projects. Each restricted contribution designated for a specific program or project will be used as designated with the understanding that when the need for such a program or project has been met, or cannot be completed for some reason as determined by Harvest Project, the remaining restricted contributions designated for such program or project will be used where needed most as determined by the Board of Directors.