Jody Yurkowsky Pace, interim executive director for Threshold, Sylvia Campbell the thrift shop co-ordinator, Don Storch, director with Threshold, and Colin Booth of the St. Aidan’s Board. (Submitted photo)

St. Aidan’s supports Threshold housing programs

Society helps youth at risk of being homeless, or already homeless

St. Aidan’s Church second hand shop funds Threshold Housing Society.

Threshold, a non-profit organization who provides transitional housing to youth aged 16-22, has a home in Oak Bay on Granite Street.

The thrift store at St. Aidan’s in Saanich, offered the donation in aid of youth at risk of being homeless or are already homeless. Threshold provides programming, housing, positive role models and constructive support that help youth in our community navigate the challenges of school, work, relationships and life.


 

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