1. Did you know? 
Young people who are homeless between the ages of 13-24 make up approximately 20% of the homeless population in Canada. 
On any given night, there are 6,000-7,000 youth experiencing homelessness. 
What do you think are the solutions to ending homelessness in Canada?馃挱
    Did you know? Young people who are homeless between the ages of 13-24 make up approximately 20% of the homeless population in Canada. On any given night, there are 6,000-7,000 youth experiencing homelessness. What do you think are the solutions to ending homelessness in Canada?馃挱
  2. The 2017 Greater Vancouver Homeless Count will be happening March 7-8, and we want YOU to join us in volunteering! 
Want to have a real impact on the homeless crisis? Our best shot at solutions is to have good data to measure the problem. 
APPLY TO VOLUNTEER (link in bio)鈽濔煆硷笍
    The 2017 Greater Vancouver Homeless Count will be happening March 7-8, and we want YOU to join us in volunteering! Want to have a real impact on the homeless crisis? Our best shot at solutions is to have good data to measure the problem. APPLY TO VOLUNTEER (link in bio)鈽濔煆硷笍
  3. Homelessness costs the Canadian economy $7 billion per year. Let's work together to solve the problem and reduce the human costs and the costs to society. 
Participate in the #MetroVanCount by being a volunteer鈽濔煆硷笍
    Homelessness costs the Canadian economy $7 billion per year. Let's work together to solve the problem and reduce the human costs and the costs to society. Participate in the #MetroVanCount by being a volunteer鈽濔煆硷笍
  4. Here's our little war room as we prepare over 1,000 volunteer packages for the 2017 Homeless Count in Metro Vancouver next week!鈽濔煆
  5. Every single one of them matters. 馃摲: @dallasclayton
    Every single one of them matters. 馃摲: @dallasclayton
  6. The number of homeless people in Metro Vancouver rose 44% in just 3 years. What do you think? How can we work together to provide safe, secure housing for all?
Comment your thoughts!馃挱
    The number of homeless people in Metro Vancouver rose 44% in just 3 years. What do you think? How can we work together to provide safe, secure housing for all? Comment your thoughts!馃挱
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