“The founders of the Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Centre of BC wanted to make sure people in crisis would always have a place to turn when crisis hits.
Our story is familiar to many who bought homes in the 1970s and have seen the value of their property appreciate greatly over time. Your home may be the most valuable asset in your portfolio. Today, there are many ways to leverage the value of real estate to support causes that are meaningful to you.”
Stacy Ashton, Executive Director
The Vancouver Sun LEAVE A LEGACY™ supplement went into circulation on May 1. The supplement is part of a national, community-based public awareness campaign that encourages people to leave a gift through their will or another planned giving vehicle to a charity that is meaningful to them.
The Crisis Centre’s Executive Director, Stacy Ashton, was a contributor.
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You are invited to join us in saving lives and foster compassionate, connected suicide-safer communities.
Because of our donors and support, we have been able to provide help and hope to individuals, organizations, and communities since 1969. Spanning the spectrum of crisis support, suicide prevention and postvention, staff and volunteers are engaged in a variety of services and programs that educate, train, and support the strength and capacity of individuals and communities.