Posts Tagged:Emergency Weather Response Shelter

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.…

Bitter weather, sweet shelter

by NightShift

With temperatures plummeting and the additional wind-chill factor making a night on the streets unbearable and deadly, Extreme Weather Response shelters are remaining open around the Lower Mainland in an effort to give everyone temporary respite from the elements. We thank our faithful volunteers, and everyone who came forward in response to this week’s call-out for…