Bissell Centre relies on over 1,300 volunteers every year who give 17,000 hours assisting participants and staff in many of.
“I always wanted to give my children a better life than I had. There’s nothing I wouldn’t do for them,”.
Wendy has fond memories of her childhood on Sugar Lake in British Columbia. She describes fishing and collecting clams with.
Being homeless is difficult enough when the weather is fair, but when temperatures drop, it becomes a matter of survival..
Thanks to our incredible supporters, we were able to implement positive changes and saw huge successes that truly impacted the.
Although most people look forward to the holidays, there are many families in our community who struggle to get through.
With your support this holiday season, we can make a big impact in the lives of people struggling with poverty.
Millie has been battling addiction, violence, and poverty all her life. The child of low-income parents who grappled with alcohol.