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  • Dog Sweaters

    Just prior to Christmas members of the SPCA dropped off pet food and toys for Lookout Society shelter guests and tenants.

  • Decorations

    A North Shore shelter staffer decorates dining room tables in advance of the Christmas Day festivities. "I did it last year. It made a difference to people staying here," she said.

  • VanCity

    VanCity Savings Credit Union presented the Yukon Housing Centre with $1,500 to purchase an audio system to be used for the weekly talent night.

  • Markwick

    Michael and Mary Markwick are the organizers behind the highly successful Dundarave Festival of Lights. Funds raised from the festival benefit the North Shore Shelter and Housing Centre.

  • Darin

    Lookout Society staff gave the workers at the Squamish Helping Hands Shelter a much needed break last week by working a four-hour shift. Executive Director Shayne Williams and directors Darin Froese (above), Megan Baillie and Wes Everaas worked at the Squamish shelter so all Helping Hands staff could enjoy a Christmas party together.

  • blankets

    Phil Calla from Alliance Apparel (right) and son Austin visited the Lookout Society to make a donation of fleece blankets. Lookout Society's Director of Development Wes Everaars (middle) accepted the blankets that went Lookout clients at Christmas.

  • Megan

    Lookout Society staff gave the workers at the Squamish Helping Hands Shelter a much needed break last week by working a four-hour shift. Executive Director Shayne Williams and directors Darin Froese, Megan Baillie (above) and Wes Everaas worked at the Squamish shelter so all Helping Hands staff could enjoy a Christmas party together.

  • Mighty Mouse

    Former Olympian Elaine Tanner and husband John Watt were at the Yukon Housing Centre with Lookout Executive Director Shayne Williams to present a special gift to Yukon tenant Lily after she gave her Christmas Wish to another tenant. Elaine, who won three medals swimming in the 1968 Olympics, and John gave Lily $100 to go towards a laptop computer. The remaining funds to buy the laptop were donated by Lookout staff.

  • Santa Shayne

    Paul Harmon, acting Manager of the North Shore Housing Centre, played Santa at the Dundarave Festival of Lights.

  • Shayne with mop

    Lookout Society staff gave the workers at the Squamish Helping Hands Shelter a much needed break last week by working a four-hour shift. Executive Director Shayne Williams (above) and directors Darin Froese, Megan Baillie and Wes Everaas worked at the Squamish shelter so all Helping Hands staff could enjoy a Christmas party together.

  • Yukon Christmas

    Yukon Housing Centre staff with a few of the gifts that were donated and wrapped by volunteers.

  • Caroling

    Lookout Society Executive Director Shayne Williams and staff started a Christmas tradition, caroling at the society's downtown buildings.

  • Frontier

    A photo from Christmas dinner being shared at the Lookout Society's Foundation House in Surrey.

  • NS Gifts

    North Shore staffers hold up some of the gifts that were donated by the community.

  • Wes

    Lookout Society staff gave the workers at the Squamish Helping Hands Shelter a much needed break last week by working a four-hour shift. Executive Director Shayne Williams and directors Darin Froese, Megan Baillie and Wes Everaas (above) worked at the Squamish shelter so all Helping Hands staff could enjoy a Christmas party together.

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