Thanks for the Ride!
A toast to our donors and our new bus. Ardis Nelson, Foundation President, Donors: Roger McKie, Richard Collins – Lions, Tim Lim – Family, Mike Kelly – Volunteer, Chris Sargent – Lions, Wayne Tullson – Lions, Francis Yeung – Lions and Carol Crichton, Executive Director

Thanks for the Ride!

A little bit of Vancouver rain couldn't dampen the Yaletown House Bus Welcoming Celebration! Thank you to everyone who attended our event on April 5th to christen our new bus…

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Hooray for the Yaletown Lions Club
Back Row, L to R: Carol Crichton (YT), Chris Sargent (Lions), Ardis Nelson (YT), Richard Collins (Lions) Eileen Hendry, Lyndia and Marlene (YT) and Terry Li (Lions) Front Row : Rob and Leona (YT residents)

Hooray for the Yaletown Lions Club

Thank you to the Yaletown Lions Club who delivered a big cheque for $20,000 to Yaletown House Foundation to support our dining room furniture replacement program. This generous donation is…

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Yeah Yaletown Lions Club: $20,000 donation
L to R: Chris Sargent (Lions), Carol Crichton (Yaletown House), Terry Li (Lions) Eileen Hendry (Yaletown House) & Richard Collins (Lions)

Yeah Yaletown Lions Club: $20,000 donation

Since 2008 the Yaletown Lions have generously selected Yaletown House as one of the charities of choice for their Annual Fundraising Gala. This year was no exception and following another…

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By the Sea3: In Venice raising $40,000 for Quality of Life Starts at Home campaign
Carol Crichton, Executive Director, John, guest (and best costume winner) and Ardis Nelson, Foundation President

By the Sea3: In Venice raising $40,000 for Quality of Life Starts at Home campaign

Grazie! Thank you for making By the Sea3: In Venice a colossal success You did it for a great cause and we thank you for supporting Yaletown House Foundation's BY…

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