2018 JRG Sleep Out is here!

In support of Covenant House Vancouver & Youth Unlimited

A big part of our past 3 annual Client Appreciation Events has been coming alongside charitable organizations that focus on homeless and at-risk teens. Through awareness and fundraising activities, we’ve experienced the reality of long/cold nights on the street with various members of our team and even a couple of clients. This year at our 4th event we announced that we’re switching it up and will be entering a team of Scout Guides for a life changing experience in joining hundreds of other people together on the street for a night.

The Joseph Richard Group of restaurants (JRG) – a client of ours – will host their 2nd Annual Sleep Out on November 5, 2018, from 8:00pm to 7:00am. This is a chance for friends, families, and the local community to participate and raise money and awareness in support of two great charity organizations. It was important for us to have charities that represented both the Fraser Valley and Vancouver so we’re excited to be representing both Youth Unlimited in the Greater Fraser Valley and Covenant House in Vancouver.

How Can You Participate?

There are several ways you can get involved:

Register to Sleep Out
If you would like to participate in this year’s JRG Sleep Out as an individual, you can do so by registering as an individual in support of either Youth Unlimited or Covenant House.

Create or Join a team
If you want to fundraise with your colleagues or friends, you can create or join an existing team.

Donate to Scout – or other teams
Our team is registered in support of Youth Unlimited and you can donate directly to our team here. For more options on how you can donate to the JRP Sleep Out visit the website here.

We’re Raising $15,000

We have an ambitious goal this year to raise $15,000 and we hope you’ll join us by donating to support the Covenant House in Vancouver and Youth Unlimited of the Greater Fraser Valley.

Donate to the Scout team

About Youth Unlimited

Youth Unlimited helps young people discover their potential. From prevention to helping kids on the margins, their dedicated staff and relevant programming offer connection and transformation fostering mental, physical, social, spiritual and emotional well-being among young people in our community. For more information, visit https://www.youthunlimited.com

About Covenant House Vancouver

Providing love and hope to Vancouver’s homeless and at-risk street youth. We help young people aged 16 to 24 who have fled physical, emotional and sexual abuse; those who have been forced from their homes; and those who have aged out of foster care. For more information, visit https://www.covenanthousebc.org