Let’s walk, talk, fundraise and share in a magical night of light!

Join us for a 3k walk on October 24th for a magical night of light under the stars in support of urgently needed resources for women and children experiencing domestic violence.

All proceeds are directed to Hiatus House: A Place To Heal, so sign up today knowing you will be making a real difference. With your support, we can help light the way forward for so many women and children who are ready to take their first brave steps away from violence. 

Date: October 24, 2024

Suggested Arrival Time: 6:15 p.m.

Walk Starts: 7:00 p.m. (rain or shine)

Location: TBD

Address: TBD

Parking: TBD

Route Map: Coming Soon!

Together, with friends, family and neighbours, we will walk 3k through the streets of our community. It all starts at 6:15 p.m. at TBD where we will gather to hear inspiring stories before we head out to walk a lantern-lit route lighting the way for women and children experiencing domestic violence in our community. The night's activies will also feature coffee and espresso, a light snack after the walk, Face Painting and a Clown/Balloon artist.

All participants receive a Royal LePage Shelter Foundation Night Light Walk Knit Hat and LED bracelet.

 Knit Hat & LED Bracelet


Volunteer with us!

Great events don't happen without great volunteers! All volunteers will receive a Knit Hat, LED bracelet and headlamp! All positions are open to high school students in order to collect community service hours.

Sign up to volunteer now


All proceeds will be directed to Hiatus House: A Place To Heal.

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Since 1979, the mission has been to provide a safe and secure environment for women and children. North Shore Crisis Services Society is a registered charity that provides emergency shelter, safe second stage housing and support services to women, fem-identifying individuals and their children who are experiencing abuse and violence.

North Shore Crisis Services Society believes everyone has the right to live in a safe and secure environment and everyone deserves to be treated with respect and dignity. At the helm is a dedicated team of compassionate and knowledgeable advocates who understand the complexities of leaving violence. There are so many reasons why it is so hard to leave an abusive relationship. The uncertainty of what happens next, the daunting reality of trying to find safe and affordable housing and the increasingly high cost of living while struggling to make ends meet on a single income are just some of the reasons why it is so hard for women to leave. As well, leaving an abusive relationship can be a very dangerous time for a woman and her children, as the violence often escalates when she leaves her abuser. This is where NSCSS can help women make their best choices for themselves and keep their children safe in a supportive and encouraging environment where all can heal, grow, and ultimately thrive after their ordeal with abuse and violence.