Pause for a cause:
Support pets in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside with OPS
The Overdose Prevention Society offers volunteer-based services and lifeguard stations out of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside neighbourhood. From harm reduction supplies and Narcan training, to sterile injection sites and peer counselling, the OPS provides a safe environment for the city’s homeless and street entrenched.
“At the Vancouver Overdose Prevention Society, we see a lot of dogs come through our door. Sometimes the dogs need medical attention that costs money. So, this year we made a calendar to celebrate our furry heroes as a fundraiser to help them receive the care they need, as they give us so much love and compassion.”
Calendars can be purchased in-person at OPS (58 East Hastings St) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cost: $15.00 or $20.00 by mail.
All profits go to animals belonging to DTES residents and individuals using OPS services.