It’s definitely fair to say that the community of North Vancouver is thoughtful and caring of one another as neighbors, coworkers, and friends. When you walk down Lonsdale Avenue or other areas of the city and say hello and make eye contact, it is generally reciprocated and genuine in return. This is what makes the Lonsdale corridor so special and a great place to develop roots.
With that said, as a caring thoughtful local resident you may want to consider giving back to the community directly with your time or resources at your disposal. Volunteering with local charities, donating your old clothes and blankets, helping with monetary donations and non perishable food items, or similar.
Below are a list of absolutely amazing local organizations and charities that we suggest you get involved with. It will make a huge impact on the ground in North Vancouver and if we all do a little bit of helping with our time and resources accessible to us, then we can take care of one another and grow closer as a community of friends.
Local Charity Organizations in North Vancouver:
The Harvest Project – 1073 Roosevelt Crescent, North Vancouver
North Shore Women’s Centre – 131 2nd St E, North Vancouver
Connexions Society – 1070 Roosevelt Crescent, North Vancouver
Family Services – 600 West Queens Road, North Vancouver
Community Resources Society – 201-935 Marine Dr, North Vancouver
Mowafaghian Foundation – 1111 Lonsdale Ave 4th Floor, North Vancouver
Multicultural Society – 123 East 15th Street, North Vancouver
Urban Repurpose – 440 Brooksbank Ave #2, North Vancouver
Quest Food Exchange – 167 1st St E, North Vancouver
All of the charitable organizations above are outstanding and any amount of support with your time, money, donations or similar will be appreciated. Even if you just allocate 2-4 hours a week helping one the charities above, compounded by hundreds of people in the community we can put a real dent in the suffering of local families in need.
There is of course other charities like the Salvation Army and Red Cross, but we wanted to focus on the smaller targeted charities doing good work locally.
If you know a charity that is not listed above and deserves some recognition and awareness please contact us so we can add them to the article.