- Work together to support youth and families
- Volunteer or start a program
- Referral by calling, email, or send us a form
- We are NOT a crisis service and do not have a shelter. If you need someone to talk to go to the Connect page.
Send us a quick note by completing this online form
For adults and frontline workers:
347 Main Street, Kentville, NS, B4N1K9 firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for your support: The Province of Nova Scotia, Department of Community Services; Home Depot; Kentville Rotary Club; Mudcreek Rotary Club; Eastern King's Memorial Foundation; Kentville Toyota; Summit Hundai; Donna Conrad- ReMax; The Town of Kentville; County of King's; New Covenant Community Church; Valley Gate Church; Affordable Freight Consultants; Keith Irving, MLA King's South; Evangeline Inn; Kentfields; Michelin; Employment Nova Scotia; and Service Canada.
Various Individuals, companies and churches (not published without permission)
Here are a few examples: $50 per month can offset the costs of travel to meet a young person; $25 can provide a street survival kit of toiletries, warm clothes and food coupons (see below); $100 per month can contribute to our costs of providing a safe space for young people to get involved; $50 can buy an emergency food card given in a time of need; Giving your time to mentor a young person or a young family; Lend your skill through work training, education or artistic expression; Volunteer with a committee or a work project. Emergency Kit - We routinely face situations where a young person has immediate practical needs. The following is in our last minute kit (emergency) contents: socks, underwear, winter hats, mittens, gloves, personal toiletries, feminine products, and gift cards or food cards.