Host an Event

Hosting your own event in support of Children of the Street is a great way to get you and your network involved in the fight against child/youth sexual exploitation and human trafficking.

From hosting dinners to organizing a concert, the opportunities to support Children of the Street are endless. All you need is an idea, a plan, and the passion to make a difference.

Any amount of money raised, no matter the size, contributes to the work we do.

Event ideas include…

Special Occasions

Events like weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, new babies, and graduations are ideal occasions to fundraise because friends and family like to mark the occasion by giving. Instead of receiving gifts you don’t really want or need, consider inviting your friends and family to make a donation to us instead. They can give as much or as little as they like, plus they’ll receive a tax receipt for doing so.

Personal Challenges

Challenges can be physical (a challenging run, hike, climb or swim), brave (a sky dive for example) or rely on your willpower (no coffee for a month).

Sporting Events

Take part in an organized run, arrange an office soccer match or plan a dance-a thon. You can fundraise by charging people to participate, or by encouraging them to fundraise themselves.

In Honour of A Loved One

Raising money and awareness for a program like Children of the Street can be a fulfilling way to honour a loved one, especially if their lives were touched by the type of work that we do.

For more information

Contact Neely Yuda, Development and Events Planner, on (604) 362-7256 or [email protected]

About Children of the Street

Children of the Street is dedicated to preventing the sexual exploitation and human trafficking of children and youth in British Columbia. We achieve this goal through education strategies, public awareness initiatives, and family support. Children of the Street is a program of PLEA Community Services Society of BC.

We acknowledge that we work, live and play on the unseeded territories of the Kwiketlem, Tseil-Waututh, Sto:lo and Qayqayt peoples.

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