No One Should Be Homeless

Sometimes support is warm and fuzzy

Anthony

Meet Anthony. For many year Anthony has struggled with an inoperable brain tumour. As a result Anthony suffers chronic pain, having his sleep limited to sitting upright in a chair and having his …

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No One Should Be Homeless

A Story of Success

Bob the Janitor

Meet Bob. For many years Bob spent his life on the streets as an alcoholic and previously spent time in jail. For many years he was known as Bob the Bum. As a Chippewa First Nation member at one …

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No One Should Be Homeless

Helping those who help others

Toni Frank

Home Sweet Home for Toni Frank¬†and her daughter Cora. Their new place was purchased by Dawn to Dawn with money from the Homelessness Support Tax via the CVRD. So gratified to know that Toni and …

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Service Dog for Homeless

Sometimes support is warm and fuzzy

Homeless Person Work Opportunity

A Story of Success

Women's Shelter Comox Valley

Helping those who help others

A donation of

250

supports another month of apartment rental

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We Help. We Take Action

We are looking for a Residential Support Worker

D2D is Hiring

The Residential Support Worker assists the Outreach Coordinator in providing person-centred support services and programs to Dawn to Dawn clients. 

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We Help. We Take Action

A three day art and food extravaganza!

But Enough Art, Eat!

What is the role of an art gallery? Who gets to witness and produce art? Is there an aesthetic to homelessness? But Enough Art, Eat! a celebration of street culture produced and conceived by D2D …

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We Help. We Take Action

Providing Opportunity for Fun

Bowling

For seven years Dawn to Dawn has offered bowling as part of its recreational activities. The Dawn to Dawn bowling program provides, warmth, play and a place to build community. Located across …

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We Help. We Take Action

Maple Pool United Est. 2012

Street Soccer

A scorching hot day at Maple Pool Campground. Connie cuts watermelon on a picnic table under a shade tent as a soccer ball sails by her head. Connie remains cool as a cucumber. James, the …

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We Help. We Take Action

Residential Housing Program

Finding Permanent Housing For Those In Need

The Residential Housing Program is an effective and efficient strategy for addressing homelessness in the Comox Valley. Dawn to Dawn enters into tenancy agreements with landlords who have …

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We Help. We Take Action

An Overview of D2D Services

Finding Solutions

Dawn to Dawn directly helps individuals, one by one, by taking direct action to solve immediate problems.Our outreach worker Grant Shilling is the heart of the society. For eight years he has …

What we do at D2D

We Help. We Take Action

Community Recreation Programs

If You’re Playing, You’re Winning

Dawn to Dawn has made recreational opportunities central to its outreach programing. This is an opportunity for homeless and at-risk individuals to come out to exercise, socialize and have …

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Women's Shelter Comox Valley

We are looking for a Residential Support Worker

But Enough Art Eat

A three day art and food extravaganza!

Community Bowling Team Comox Valley

Providing Opportunity for Fun

End Homeless Soccer Team

Maple Pool United Est. 2012

End Homelessness Comox Valley

Residential Housing Program

Dawn 2 Dawn Donation

An Overview of D2D Services

Dawn to Dawn Community Soccer Team

Community Recreation Programs

A donation of

20

buys a grocery card for someone on the street

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Our Community Helps Us

Acknowledging those who support us

Help From Community is Key

D2D is a Comox Valley homegrown solution to homelessness here in the Valley. Over 10 years ago Tom Grant in response to discovering someone sleeping in his garage decided to be proactive and …

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A donation of

500

Will outfit the soccer team with new uniforms

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How You Can Help

Coldest Night of the Year Fundraiser Comox Valley

Our Biggest Fundraiser of the Year

Each year D2D organizes the Coldest Night of the Year. You can read more about it on our Coldest Night of the Year Website.    

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How You Can Help

Help us help others during COVID 19

Donation Request

Hello friends, In response to the Covid epidemic Dawn to Dawn Action on Homelessness Society is extending our support to help more on the street, provide more units of housing, support those in …

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Comox Valley Coldest Night

Coldest Night of the Year Fundraiser Comox Valley

Coldest Night of the Year Walk

Help us help others during COVID 19

Become a D2D Client Landlord

777

Directly supports someone who is homeless

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Inside Info About D2D

D2D Core Values

These are the Core Values that underpin and guide everything we do.

Integrity We are honest and transparent, accountable for our efforts, and maintain consistently high ethical standards. Diversity, Inclusion, Equity and Accessibility We embrace different …

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Inside Info About D2D

Who we are as a board

Vision, Mission & Mandate

Vision That everyone has a home to call their own and the support to realize their potential. Mandate To research, develop and implement programs to house and support homeless individuals toward …

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Inside Info About D2D

An Overview of D2D Services

Finding Solutions

Dawn to Dawn directly helps individuals, one by one, by taking direct action to solve immediate problems.Our outreach worker Grant Shilling is the heart of the society. For eight years he has …

What we do at D2D
Comox Valley Coldest Night

D2D Core Values

Vancouver Island Homelessness Society

Who we are as a board

Dawn 2 Dawn Donation

An Overview of D2D Services

D2D is a charitable organization in the Comox Valley.

You can help us.

Donate or Fundraise