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We congratulate Matt Dunae as he begins his new employment with Inter Tribal Health Authority. Matt's last day with the Vancouver Island Crisis Society was January 1, 2019. After working five years as a co-facilitator in our Youth and Community Education programs, he will surely continue to have a positive impact on youth in his new role. All the best, Matt!

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Matt's Goodbye Message:

I am writing to let you know that I have resigned from my position as the Community Learning Engagement Coordinator at the Crisis Society after five amazing years and have taken a new position at the Inter Tribal Year Authority.

I have enjoyed speaking with and to students immensely in my time here at the Crisis Society. Their programs are world-class and have definitely changed lives, as evidenced by some of the students I have gotten to see really flourish throughout their high school experience.

I will miss coming into schools and seeing all of you on a regular basis but I am sure I will run into some of you at other events.

I will have some big changes and challenges ahead but I am looking forward to working again with youth in many First Nations communities across the Island.

Connect with Matt at billybaconpockets@gmail.com

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We want to thank everyone who donated to the Vancouver Island Crisis Line and the Crisis Society programs over the holidays. Five donors contributed $500, to help increase our grand total of donations to date to $37,072. We are close to reaching our annual $40,000 goal for March 31, 2019. We invite you to help us by making a donation via CanadaHelps.org. Thank you!

The Jim Pattison Broadcast Group is all about community and is dedicated to making their radio stations the voices of the cities they serve. Their philosophy is simple: Local, Local, Local. By working with organizations like ours, they further their mandate in a very relevant way. The Vancouver Island Crisis Society is grateful for the continued support provided by the Jim Pattison Broadcast Group. Lives are saved because of this important message being broadcast to our communities.