Homelessness is not a choice. Support shelters and housing programs.
The skyrocketing cost of rent, job loss, and social issues have created a homelessness crisis in Vancouver. Of more than 2,100 Canadians experiencing homelessness in the city, 40% of Vancouver’s homeless population identify as Indigenous, and 49% are facing chronic homelessness.1 Since COVID-19 increased unemployment rates, the homelessness crisis worsened and social services aren’t coming fast enough.
It’s time to eliminate homelessness once and for all. Both short-term and long-term strategies are needed. Charities in Vancouver are addressing the homelessness crisis with a variety of initiatives. Some provide immediate relief to those experiencing homelessness, while others address the underlying issues contributing to the crisis. These efforts include emergency shelters, transitional housing, affordable housing for seniors, advocacy efforts, and more.
No one should ever have to experience homelessness. It’s up to us to ensure safe refuge and housing for all.
Create long-term change
Everyone deserves a safe place to call home. It will take dedication, compassion, support, advocacy, and much more but we can eradicate homelessness. Donate to the Housing For All in Vancouver Fund. Your gift will help ensure everyone has a safe roof over their head and support systems that wish to see them thrive in this world. Give today!
About the Housing for All in Vancouver Fund
The Housing for All in Vancouver Fund includes over 30 registered charities in Vancouver. The charities in this Fund are selected through an algorithmic approach, taking the charity’s area of focus, mission, and description into account. To see the latest list of charities included in this Fund, you can view the list here.
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