North Van recycling company helps with emergency move

Eamonn Duignan, Jake Musgrave, Caleb Holonko, Mike Brady, Katie Wong of Green Coast Rubbish and Shelter to Home recently joined forces to help with a time-sensitive emergency.

Green Coast helped Shelter to Home deliver an apartment’s-worth of furniture and goods, donated by IKEA, to a family who had fled a situation involving domestic abuse.

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Shelter to Home provides household items to people on the North Shore transitioning from homelessness to independent living.


 

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