And now for a Taste of Heaven!

by NightShift

What would summer in the Lower Mainland be without scrumptious food-truck fare? Well, brace yourself foodies: there’s a new food truck cruising through local festivals, events and neighbourhoods, offering gourmet sausages in a bun, topped with homemade condiments so good, your taste buds will be in heaven! We are elated to officially introduce its brand…

Looking for a summer internship?

by NightShift

Interested in learning how non-profits work? Giving back to your community is important to you? Looking for work experience in accounting, admin or the food truck industry? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, NightShift might be your summer destination. We have four internships available for students who are returning to school in…

Local Starbucks stores reach out in partnership

by NightShift

It’s amazing what wonderful things can come from our regular, everyday lives, when we just take the time to look outside of our own routines and pay attention to our community. Starbucks store Manager, Marianne Abaya, does more than just show up for work every day and serve delicious coffee at her location in Whalley.…

Calling women in from the cold

by NightShift

NightShift Street Ministries is calling vulnerable women on the street in from the freezing cold nights, this week and throughout the winter, with our new Extreme Weather Response (EWR) shelter. The shelter is now open from 8 pm to 7 am during temperatures of -4◦C or below, or in snowy conditions.   The dramatic turn…

SOS – urgent call for PRAYER

by NightShift

I am reaching out to you today with an URGENT CALL FOR PRAYER. We hear the words daily in newscasts, and read them in print media all over the Lower Mainland: “fentanyl crisis” and “overdose epidemic”. There are lives behind those words – lives that are being lost, as people die tragically and abruptly from…

Without wheels into the New Year

by NightShift

We don’t own a large fleet of vehicles to serve the thousands of people who turn to NightShift for help or to get involved. There’s our aging clothing truck and converted mobile kitchen trailer which are in heavy use 365 days/year. Then there’s our mobile counselling/medical Care Bus which we gingerly bring to the streets…



Changes: a time of transition

by NightShift

This summer has seen a lot of changes at 10635 King George Boulevard. From preparations for the move of Sisters Thrift Boutique and subsequent MINGA remodelling of our facilities to support additional programs, to a handing over of the baton at The Care Centre. The following post, written by outgoing Care Bus and The Care…



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