When you support the Comox Valley Transition Society, you are changing Lives

Your donation supports women, children, and families who are most in need in our community. 

Whether they are fleeing violence, overcoming trauma by accessing counselling for themselves and/or their children, working through recovery, or are unsheltered or struggling through poverty, we walk beside women until they find stability again. Together, with your help, we are able to provide essential supports to women, children, and families as they find safety, find freedom and find hope for a better future.

Together, we are building a strong, healthy community. Learn more about the many ways you can support CVTS.


The Comox Valley Transition Society relies on financial contributions from individuals, businesses, organizations and service clubs in our community to support our many programs that are offered free of charge.

Donations can be made online, in person at our office at 625 England Avenue in Courtenay, or  sent by e-transfer to admin@cvts.ca. Should you have any questions, please contact us at 250 897-0511. 


What will your legacy be? Would you like to make a lasting impact on future generations of the Comox Valley by supporting women, children and families who are fleeing violence, overcoming trauma, or struggling through poverty? A legacy gift is a lasting and meaningful way to express your support, your values and your commitment to generations to come. There are many ways in which you can leave your legacy. 


Since 2008, the Too Good To Be Thrift store has been serving people from the Comox Valley and beyond, while helping to generate much-needed funds to support CVTS programs and services. 

We accept donations of all kinds, with the exception of furniture, sporting equipment and other large items which we currently do not have space for.


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!


Obtain a Thrifty’s Card from us and we get 5% of the amount each time you reload that card.


When you are checking out just ask for your points to be donated to us.

COBS Bread Dough Raiser Program

CVTS has partnered with COBS Bread Bakery in Courtenay with their Dough Raiser fundraising program. Each time you purchase something fabulous from COBS Bread, mention CVTS and they will donate 5% of the value of your purchase to CVTS!

FundScrip Gift Card Fundraising Program

FundScrip is a fun and easy way to support CVTS! Simply go to the website, enter our Invitation Code# TVJQ83, and sign up to purchase gift cards for yourself to use. With each personal purchase using your card, a donation is automatically made to CVTS!


CVTS has an account with both the Courtenay & Comox Return-It Centres. Donate the money from your bottle return to CVTS. Ask the cashier when you check about donating your returns.


Your contributions help us provide much needed basic necessities to women, children and families in need in the Comox Valley.


Volunteers play a key role in supporting our programs. Find out how you can get involved.

COVID-19 Pandemic Notice


As we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, the health of our staff, volunteers, clients and visitors continue to be our priority while at the same time recognizing that the services CVTS offers are essential. We continue to take our direction from the provincial health office and WorksafeBC.

Our office is open and we have begun to see clients on site, although other options are still available. We will be screening when you arrive and require you to wear a mask while in our offices.

If you have an appointment or are visiting our office for another reason we ask that you do not attend the site and reschedule your appointment if you have:

any symptoms of illness or have been exposed to someone who is going for COVID-19 testing, waiting results of a COVID-19 test or is infected with COVID-19.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we work to keep our community healthy.