At Elevation Real Estate, we’re in the business of helping people find homes. As a result, we’re keenly aware of the affordability challenges presented in the Fraser Valley. Youth Unlimited works with our area’s most vulnerable to help homeless youth and those at risk of homelessness.
On November 18, we’ll be sleeping outside with JRG’s 3rd annual One Night Out to help fight youth homelessness and support vulnerable youth across Greater Vancouver and the Fraser Valley. We would be honoured if you could join our efforts with a gift of $25, $50, $100 or more to support Youth Unlimited’s work in this area. Our goal is to raise $4,000. You can also join us and hundreds of other people who are giving up their warm bed for the night to sleep outside in solidarity.
Every night, hundreds of youth in our community sleep outside because they do not have a safe place to sleep. Without intervention, many more are at risk of joining them. Youth Unlimited has been faithfully working for decades to change that. Because of their work, many would-be homeless youth have thankfully never felt the chill of the streets. With our support, Youth Unlimited can be the hands and feet that we can’t be—they are in the dark, lonely places, reaching out to the youth who are forgotten and falling through the cracks.
We're giving up one night, to help give these youth a lifetime of safe sleeps. As an added bonus, Elevation real estate will match each donation up to the first $2,000 raised, doubling your impact! And every donation of $100 or more will receive a pair of tickets to a Vancouver Giants game! Please support this valuable cause by donating generously.
*For every donation, JRG will provide an App Reward in the amount of 25% of that person’s total donation, valid to redeem at any JRG Public House or Restaurant location. For a $1000 donation, JRG will provide a VIP Dining Experience for up to 6 guests at S+L Kitchen & Bar or The Italian Osteria & Cheesebar.
Check out the video from last year where $156,000 was raised in support of homeless youth through Youth Unlimited and Covenant House.