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Bringing People Home, Social Purpose | November 17, 2021

British Columbia’s government declared a province-wide state of emergency effective Noon on Wednesday.

The announcement comes after record-breaking rainfall caused major flooding and several mudslides that left hundreds of people in the Lower Mainland stranded or cut off from essential services. According to the premier, the declaration will give the government greater flexibility to help keep goods moving, as major road closures have hampered the supply chain.

Here are the current drop-off locations if you are in the Vancouver area, as well as the locations you can go to if you are needing a place to stay. If you are not in the Vancouver area, one of the best ways you can support right now is by heading over to and donating directly to the Vancouver Branch or by sending e-gift cards to Mammas for mammas is a community without barriers for women and children in our neighbourhoods.

Families Looking for somewhere to go Metro Vancouver Drop off Locations

Abbotsford Tradex (Fraser Valley Trade Exhibition)
  1. 1190 Cornell Street (Open 24 hours)
Chilliwack Senior Secondary School
  1. 46363 Yale Road (Open 24 Hours)

Drop Off Locations in Metro Vancouver & The Fraser Valley

The Local Space (Three Locations)
  1. 20497 Fraser HWY Langley (Open 10 – 5pm Monday – Friday)
  2. 101-46132 Yale Road Chilliwack (Open 11 – 5pm Monday – Friday)
  3. 15745 Croydon Drive Unit E108, Surrey (Open 11 – 5pm Monday – Friday)
Jax & Lennon – Now Until Friday
  1. 3487 191 Street Surrey (Open 9 – 4pm)
Langley Hair Salon & Spa
  1. Unit 6-20178 96 Avenue Langley (Open 9 – 5pm Monday – Sunday)
Archway in Abbotsford
  1. 33914 Essendene Avenue Abbotsford (Open 8:30am – 4:30pm Monday – Friday)

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