Registration now open, space limited!

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.

Register today!

Register for the “golf day” as an individual, a team of 2, or a team of 4, as well as to bid on items in the online auction.

The “golf day” promises to be a fun-filled day for all participants! Staggered tee-off times will provide a socially distanced event that meets all Covid-19 safety protocols! You can take a shot at our hole-in-one for a chance to win a $10,000 cash prize. When your round of golf is done, we will provide a lovely dinner accompanied by a glass of wine, a draught beer, or a non-alcoholic beverage, take time to peruse our online auction and leave with a swag bag of goodies that you can enjoy later.

All funds raised while help to continue much-needed programs and services that we provide for free to women, children, and families across the Comox Valley, Campbell River, and surrounding areas.

In solidarity

The Comox Valley Transition Society is deeply saddened to learn of the finding of unmarked graves of children at the sites of several former residential schools.

As an anti-oppressive organization working to end violence, poverty and homelessness we recognize that the residential school system was part of a larger system of racism and cultural genocide that continues to this day and continues to impact the lives of First Nations, Inuit and Metis persons and communities.

CVTS is committed to listening to, and learning from, Indigenous staff, clients and community partners and to taking action towards the implementation of recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission that pertain to our work.

Click here to view some recommendations of what we can all do from the Indian Residential School Survivor Society with additions from the BC Society of Transition Houses.