The Harvest Project, extending a hand up, not a hand out, began with the vision of WVBC member David Foster in 1993 and continues onward with 120 active volunteers annually.
The Harvest Project vitally supports individuals and families across the North Shore who are challenged by a family break-down, illness, job loss, poverty, or other crises providing client-care coaching and counseling, grocery and clothes support, thrift shop, and emergency drop-in help. They provide coaching plus counseling, North Shore Rent Bank, grocery and clothing support, Clothes For Change thrift shop.
The Harvest Project impacts the community by breaking the poverty cycle and restoring people to healthier lives. They empower their clients physically, emotionally and spiritually. They are so much more than a foodbank! For more information visit their website.
Have a look at their YouTube video, “Harvest Project Story”
Food and Clothing Donation Drop-Off Times
1073 Roosevelt Crescent, North Vancouver, BC
Tuesday – Friday (10am – 4pm)
Food and clothing (gently-used adult business and business-casual) donations can be placed in bins at rear of building.