DRIVE AWAY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
On Saturday, May 29th, the Campbell River and Comox Valley Transition Societies will join forces to present the first annual Drive Away Domestic Violence, a charitable “golf day” to be held at the Campbell River Golf and Country Club.
Comox Valley Transition Society supports women, children and families in the Comox, Cumberland Courtenay areas and beyond (including Denman and Hornby Islands) who are experiencing or fleeing abuse, overcoming trauma, working toward/through recovery, and those who are unsheltered and/or struggling through poverty. We support and empower women to make the best decisions for themselves, their children and their families.
Do you need help right now?
Call the Crisis Line at 250.338.1227 or Text 250.218.4034
The Comox Valley Transition Society is dependent on financial contributions from individuals, businesses, organizations and service clubs in our community.
To support CVTS please contact us or donate directly by clicking below.
There are many ways you can contribute to the Comox Valley Transition Society.
Too Good To Be Threw is a social enterprise thrift store that raises money to support and sustain CVTS programs.
What will your legacy be? You can have a lasting impact on future generations of the Comox Valley through planned giving.
You can support women, children and families in the Comox Valley through several community programs. Find out more about these fundraising opportunities – every dollar counts!
EVERYDAY ITEMS NEEDED AT CVTS
Your contributions help us provide much-needed basics to those in need.
VOLUNTEER WITH CVTS
Volunteers play an important role in supporting our programs.
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