For over 23 years, the North Shore Restorative Justice Society has provided peaceful approaches to crime and conflict that supports the needs of children, youth, adults and elders. Through our police diversion program (Restorative Response Program), we meet with victims and offenders of crime to engage in dialogue, reparation and healing. Through our educational based program (Restorative Justice in Education) we support hundreds of children every year to build a sense of community and belonging, grow their social emotional literacy skills, and develop restorative approaches to conflict.
We have adapting our programming this past year to meet the increasing complex needs of our residents. This includes an online youth justice lab to support older youth experiencing isolation due to the pandemic, and moving our conferences to a virtual setting so participants can engage safely.
Over the course of a truly exceptional year, the North Shore Restorative Justice Society (NSRJ) has continued to model the possibilities that exist when we focus on relationships as an avenue to transform conflict and heal harms.
Our goal is to raise $25,000 that will go directly towards expanding our programming, including increasing the number of justice labs offered in schools, and hiring another Restorative Response facilitator to meet the increasing file load.
Thank you for your support!!
Help us raise money for participating in 2021 Scotiabank Vancouver Half-Marathon & 5K
|Donation date||Donor name||Donation amount|
|Jul 25||Donated on behalf of Brenda Morrison||Undisclosed amount|
|Jul 23||Nick and Ains||Undisclosed amount|
|Jul 17||Dave Lucas||$300.00|
|Jul 13||Caitlin Frost, Harvest Moon Consultants||Undisclosed amount|
|Jul 13||Chips||Undisclosed amount|
|Jul 12||Pauline Le Bel||$10.00|
|Jul 12||Laura Ruloff||$250.00|