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The Orange Door Project fundraising campaign is taking place at The Home Depot stores across Canada from May 31/18 to June 24/18.  The proceeds from every $2. paper door sold at the North Bay store will go to support Crisis Centre North Bay.  Crisis Centre North Bay supports homeless youth within our Four Elms Emergency Shelter and our Futures Residence.  Come out the the Home Depot, together we can put an end to youth homelessness.
Come join the Crisis Centre  on June 23/18 at the Home Depot from 10am-4pm we will be hosting a BBQ to support the campaign.  All funds donated stay local!!!

Crisis Centre North Bay will be hosting an International Women's Day event on March 8/18.  Please save the date, watch the website and listen for public service announcements on KiSS, the Rock and CKAT Country running the 2 weeks prior to the event!

The generosity shown by the citizens of North Bay never ceases to amaze us here at Crisis Centre.  We are so thankful to our community for the many donations received over the month of December and throughout the year.  Wishing you all a happy and safe holiday!


Our Four Elms Homeless Shelter has had one of their busiest summers in many years.  Thank you to the community for your donations of personal hygiene products, food and financial assistance.  Your support is always welcomed and appreciated.

Home Depot Canada Foundation-Orange Door Project Campaign raised almost 1.3 million dollars across Canada this year in an effort to end youth homelessness.  Crisis Centre North Bay has been fortunate enough to be the recipient of funds raised by the North Bay store.  Home Depot staff in North Bay are a wonderfully dedicated group of people who work hard to assist Crisis Centre year after year.  Thank you!