Newsletters

Spring 2017

Inside this issue: In this newsletter, we show how your support helped Desiree find a great career. Desiree's story reminds us what happens when we surround young people with support and encourage them to pursue their goals. Along with Desiree's story, our 2017 Spring Newsletter highlights:
  • A Conversation with Gale Stewart, Aunt Leah’s Founder
  • Celebrating The Links 10th Anniversary
  • Donor Spotlight: John Hardie Mitchell Family Foundation
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Spring 2016

Inside this issue: In this newsletter we recognize Jason Preece, president of our Youth Advisory Committee (YAC), Peer Specialist at Aunt Leah’s Place, and Advocate for foster children. His story and his leadership are truly inspiring. Jason demonstrates what happens when we encourage young people to be healthy and strong. Along with Jason's story, our March Newsletter highlights:
  • The YAC's unforgettable Canoe Journey
  • Aunt Leah's Trees 2015 record breaking year of sales!
  • The Friendly Landlord Network, our new collaborative housing initiative
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Spring 2015

Inside this issue: We highlight Andii's experience and the difficulties of aging out of care. Along with Andii's story, our 2015 Spring Newsletter highlights:
  • The Link: Housing First
  • Volunteer Highlight: Eva
  • Essential Skills Weekly Program
  • Avoiding the Precipice: A UVIC Study
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Fall 2014

Inside this issue: We highlight Shaelyn's story of courage and growth. Along with Shaelyn's story, our 2014 Spring Newsletter highlights:
  • Volunteer & Donor Spotlight: Bridget’s Story
  • An exciting move to a new home
  • SEFFY: Equipping foster youth for postsecondary education
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Spring 2013

Inside this issue: We highlight Chelsea’s story of hope and independence. Along with Chelsea's story, our 2013 Spring Newsletter highlights:
  • Anne, Jim, and Aunt Leah’s Place: A partnership that will last a lifetime
  • How Retail Training equips youth for success
  • A Year at Aunt Leah’s Place: Linking Youth with Success
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Fall 2013

Inside this issue: We highlight Tammy’s story of growth and support. Along with Tammy’s story, our 2013 Fall Newsletter highlights:
  • Celebrating 25 years of Aunt Leah’s Place
  • The Support Link – Equipping Youth for Their Future
  • Nathan's Story
  • Aunt Leah’s Place chosen as a “Top Pick” by Charity Intelligence!
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Press Releases

PRESS RELEASE: Aunt Leah’s Trees (2016)

11/28/16

A Shortage of Trees, but an Abundance of Love

Metro Vancouver, B.C. – You may notice there are less Christmas Tree Lots operating this year,
thats because the Pacific Northwest is having a shortage of trees. However, this isn’t holding
Aunt Leah’s back from ...

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PRESS RELEASE: The Friendly Landlord Network

01/20/15

Metro Vancouver, B.C. – A new collaborative housing program is setting out to help foster youth transition out of care and alleviate one of the provinces most pressing social issues, foster youth homelessness. The program, titled the Friendly Landlord Network, connects youth transitioning out of ...

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