Did you know that every 5 minutes, someone in this country dies from heart disease, stroke and related conditions?
This summer the Humanitarian Society of Vancouver will be supporting the #HeartAndStrokeBeatAsOne. It’s important to us to support Heart & Stroke because of the large impact they have in our community. Through their investment into life-saving medical research, support and resources for individuals living with heart conditions, and help in teaching people in Canada to recognize and respond to emergency signs, they have acted in the betterment of our society.
Can we count on you to donate toward our fundraiser to help us reach our goal of $2500? Your donation will help save lives. To donate, please visit the GoFundMe link in our bio. All proceeds will go to supporting the Heart & Stroke Foundation.
💉💊Are you interested in learning how to save a life and potentially prevent an opioid overdose?
Join us on April 29th over Zoom from 4-5 pm PST to get trained during a FREE online naloxone training session facilitated by St. John Ambulance! 🚑👩⚕️
⭕️ Receive opioid overdose response training, learn how to get a naloxone kit, and receive additional information regarding the BC response to Opioid Overdose
⭕️ Recognize what an opioid overdose looks like, how to manage the situation, and save a life by preventing it from occurring
This event is open to ALL individuals in our community, so don’t miss out and RSVP prior to the event at the link in our bio. We look forward to seeing you there!
The Humanitarian Society of Vancouver will be donating winter care kits to people facing homelessness in Downtown Vancouver on February 6th. We will be collecting newly bought winter accessories such as toques, gloves, socks, and face masks on January 30th, allowing individuals to stay warm and have access to food and first aid through this cold winter.
To learn more on how to donate please visit the link tree in our bio. Feel free to DM us if you want to provide a monetary donation or have any other questions.
Hello everyone! Our upcoming event is a Holiday Food Drive in partnership with the Dream Charity. We are collecting non-perishable food items and monetary donations, with our most needed items being: Low Sodium Canned Salmon, Pasta and Diapers (sz4-6).
We are proud to announce that we will be donating to the Greater Vancouver Food Bank this year, through our Holiday Food Drive event. This event is in partnership with the Dream Charity, and we are still accepting both food and monetary donations until December 21st. To learn more about how to donate, visit the link in our bio!
This charity, although initially beginning as a temporary relief strategy during the hunger crisis of 1983, has continued to support members of the Greater Vancouver population. The charity aims to help build healthy communities through fair and effective food systems. In 2020, they served 16,133 people and distributed around 7.1 million pounds of food in the Greater Vancouver Area. With the global pandemic increasing the burden on populations who rely on the food bank, we encourage members of our community to come support this amazing charity!
To learn more on how to donate, please visit the linktree in our bio. And feel free to DM us if there are any other questions!
We are excited to present out 2nd Annual Feed the Need Open Kitchen in collaboration with Guru Nanak’s Free Kitchen (@gnfk_van). We will be distributing meals to the homeless population in Downtown Vancouver and encourage you all to come volunteer. We will be providing all required equipment such as masks and gloves, but feel free to bring your own if you’d like.
When: Saturday, August 21st from 1pm to 3pm
Where: Intersection of Main Street and Hastings Street in Downtown Vancouver
Let us know through our DMs if you are looking to come and for any other questions, feel free to DM or email us. Help us in feeding the homeless population in Downtown Vancouver!
Our next planned event is a beach cleanup being hosted at English Bay! We are planning on staying there until 7:30 pm, but you are welcome to stay as long as you wish.
Please visit this linktree to RSVP to volunteer.
When: July 4th @ 6pm
Where: 1790 Beach Ave, Vancouver, BC V6E 1V3
Bring: Appropriate clothing/footwear and please wear a mask (all other equipment will be provided)
Let us know if you have any other questions.
Nearly 1 in 2 Canadians are expected to be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. That means half of our family and friends will hear the words “you have cancer” at some point in their lives. Join us so we can show our communities that no one has to face cancer alone. Everyone on our team has their own reasons for participating in the Canadian Cancer Society Relay For Life, but one thing unites us all: a belief that we can create a world where no one fears cancer.
The Humanitarian Society of Vancouver will be taking part in the Canadian Cancer Society Relay for Life. This year, the event is on June 12 and will be held virtually. Our goal is to raise $2500 for this year’s fundraiser and we will be fundraising until the end of May. Please help us reach our goal by donating through the link in our bio. Every donation, no matter how small, makes a difference.
Donations help fund groundbreaking research through the largest cancer support system in the country and shape health policies to make living with cancer easier. Attached to this message is our GoFundMe page. We hope we can count on your support. Make a donation to fund Canada’s most promising research, vital support services for patients and their families, and other important work that could change the future of cancer. Thank you! https://www.gofundme.com/f/q2vgb-relay-for-life-fundraiser?utm_campaign=p_cp_url&utm_medium=os&utm_source=customer
The importance of donating blood has been long-discussed, yet many have often skipped this issue. Blood is the most precious gift that anyone can give to another person — the gift of life. A decision to donate your blood can save a life, or even several if your blood is separated into its components — red cells, platelets and plasma — which can be used individually for patients with specific conditions.
The Humanitarian Society of Vancouver has partnered with Canadian Blood Services to help those who rely on blood transfusions for medical reasons. Make sure to visit the website in our bio to check if you are eligible to donate blood. Your donation will be heavily appreciated. Help those in need by clicking the link in our bio! For more information, feel free to DM us or send us an email.
The Humanitarian Society of Vancouver would like to invite the public to our upcoming event, the Humanitarian Trivia Night. We will be hosting a Kahoot Trivia with lots of prizes including club merchandise, gift cards, and a larger donation to a charity of the winner’s choice. This event will be running on Sunday March 14th and to sign up, please visit the link in our bio. Hope to see you all there!
- Are you looking for a fun break after a tiring week? These are extraordinary times and we all need a break from our day-to-day lives. Join us (virtually) for an evening of fun trivia questions and prizes!
- Are you interested in winning some prizes and Donating to a Charity of your Choice? Prizes include gift cards, club merchandise, and donations to charities across the Lower Mainland
- Join us at this event by signing up on the Link posted on our Bio! Event will be running on Sunday, March 14th from 5-6pm. Try to spread the message to your friends and family to better your chances of winning more prizes!
The Humanitarian Society of Vancouver’s upcoming fundraiser is a food and bottle drive for Surrey Food Bank to help those that are effected by the pandemic. We are collecting non-perishable food items with certain food items being higher in demand. If you would like to donate, fill in the google form available here.
The last day to donate is January 29th. Your generous donations will be picked up from your house between January 30th and January 31st with proper safety measures.For any questions and inquiries, contact us through our email or DM us on Instagram. Thank you in advance for all of your generous donations.
- Please familiarize yourself with the most needed food items which can be found by clicking the link: (https://drive.google.com/file/d/19LodDiUBpLSj1d-KOt0x9A_Wj9YKjv-l/view?usp=sharing)
- If you have question to what types of beverage products that will be accepted please see the following link: (https://www.return-it.ca/beverage/products/).
As the holidays begin, we are looking to help provide a bit of normalcy to the hospital experience of children with illnesses and diseases. With toys and gifts, we are helping these children enjoy their winter season to maintain their well-being and promote healing.
The Humanitarian Society of Vancouver will be holding a toy drive starting November 25th till December 18th where all the proceeds will go to BC Children’s Hospital. Due to the new COVID-19 restrictions, we are unable to host in-person fundraisers and it has become more difficult to promote such important causes. Help us in supporting children battling devastating diseases and chronic conditions this holiday season by donating today! For monetary donations, visit the GoFundMe page linked in our bio. For any toy donations, fill in the google form . Your donations will be picked up from December 14-17 between 10-6 pm with proper precautions to ensure safety.
For any questions and inquiries, contact us through our email or DM us on Instagram. Thank you in advance for all of your generous donations.
Humanitarian Society of Vancouver would like you to join us in feeding the homeless population of Surrey’s Whalley area. We will be serving from 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM and encourage everyone to come volunteer. We also will be providing materials like masks and gloves, but feel free to bring your own if you’d like.
Date: November 7th, 2020 (Be there at 3 PM for setup till 5:00 PM for cleanup)
Location (Changed): Across from the Lookout Homeless Shelter (Surrey); 10667 135a St, Surrey, BC V3T 4E3 (https://goo.gl/maps/ZEyw8sKwEgv2FjV49)
Parking: Free Parking along 135A Street
Also, please fill out the form if you or someone you know is able to make/ donate food items for the free kitchen. Just a reminder to please wear masks and your club t-shirts to the event! Help us in feeding the homeless! Let us know via the form in our bio if you are looking to come or donating any food and for any other questions, feel free to DM or email us.
Thank you so much for all your help and support!
Our next event will be a beach cleanup! We are planning on staying there until 8 pm, but you are welcome to stay as long as you wish. Please visit this link to RSVP. Let us know if you have any other questions. Please email email@example.com or call 778-325-9992.
When: August 28 @ 6pm
Where: Meet at Sullivan Point (End of Sullivan Street) – Crescent Beach, Surrey
Bring: Appropriate clothing/footwear and please wear a mask!
Thank you so much for all your help and support!
The COVID-19 pandemic is putting significant strain on vital hospital resources including much-needed Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Across BC, there is an impending shortage of this critical equipment in our hospitals and health-care settings. As our hospitals continue to combat and respond to the critical demand of COVID-19, we are calling on our communities to help nurses, doctors, and other front-line health professionals by donating unused & unopened masks, gowns and eye protection through SafeCareBC. We need to act now.
N95 masks, in particular, are in scarce supply. If you have unopened boxes of N95 masks, please consider donating them. Those in the veterinary, construction, salon, tattoo, dentistry and cosmetic surgery industries may have access to this vital equipment. Moreover, HSV will be purchasing N95 masks; therefore, we will also be taking monetary donations. Unfortunately, we are unable to accept previously used masks, gowns or goggles, or unaddressed packages delivered by Canada Post.
Your generous donations can be picked up Monday to Friday from 5pm to 8pm. We will also be hosting a door-to-door fundraising event. More information regarding volunteering and sign-up for the fundraiser will be provided soon. Furthermore, proper precautions will be put in place to ensure safety during pick-up of supplies. Questions about other potential items for donations or other inquiries? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 778-325-9992.
Please check the google form to let us know when you can donate. It would be appreciated if donations could be clearly marked “HSV COVID-19 Donation.” Thank you again for your generosity and support.
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