The holidays are about giving

For many  the holiday season is all about giving.  If you’re considering a charitable donation this year we’ve come up with a few Vancouver organizations that we think are deserving of your support.

For many of us the holiday season is all about giving back. If you’re considering a charitable donation this year we’ve come up with a few local organizations that we think are deserving of your support.

For many of us the holiday season is all about giving back. If you’re considering a charitable donation this year we’ve come up with a few local organizations that we think are deserving of your support.

A Loving Spoonfulgive the gift of a meal for someone living with HIV/AIDS this holiday season.  A Loving Spoonful provides free, nutritious meals to people living with HIV/AIDS in Greater Vancouver.  Just $3.55 a day helps someone eat today. You can make a donation online.

Queer Arts Festival – celebrate through art with this annual multi-disciplinary festival.  Three weeks every year the QAF brings the local LGBTQ a curated visual art exhibition, performances and workshops.  You can make a donation online.

Positive Living Society of British Columbiadedicated to empowering persons living with HIV/AIDS through mutual support and collective action, Positive Living BC helps its 5,400 HIV-positive members with various services and resources.  You can make a donation online.

AIDS Vancouver – each holiday season AIDS Vancouver provides groceries to over 800 people and their families in just one day and for some this will be the only festive food they will receive during the holidays. You can help by making a donation online.

Vancouver Food Bankeach week the Vancouver Food Bank provides assistance to over 28,000 people in need with grocery basics.  A single dollar donated has the buying power of three.  You can make a donation online.

Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau – each year the Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau helps to distribute food vouchers, toys and warm clothing to 1,800 families in Vancouver.  You can make a donation online.

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