Check out the letter TRRUST's Collective Impact of over of over 60 organizations and 250 members wrote to Kennedy Stewart, Mayor of Vancouver, in working to achieve system-wide improvements in the outcomes for youth transitioning out of government care in Vancouver, British Columbia.
This video was created to highlight the campaigns activities this year. We are so full of gratitude that we are fueled by youth, allies and advocates to take up the space to offer these opportunities!
These graphics serve as a haunting reminder and to boost awareness about youth transitions. Check them out if you dare!
The BC NDP, BC Liberals Party and BC Greens Party were asked 4 questions about improving youth transitions.
Check out the commitments here.
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On August 22nd we held our 3rd Annual 19th Birthday Celebration. Check out why we celebrated and what we did with our community here.
We wrote to Premier John Horgan on June 26th. Just over a month later, we received this reply on his behalf, from Katrine Conroy, the Minister of Child and Family Development.
On April 12th, 2018, Premier Horgan committed to expanding and improving supports to youth transitioning from care through the development of an action plan created by the cross-ministry working group. On October 23, 2019, he built on that commitment by meeting with our youth representatives, listening to our stories, and spending more than the allotted meeting time with us. It was time to write to him as a reminder of his commitment to our community.
We like to host workshops!
Here are the notes from our most recent workshop that was focused on advocacy basics.
These notes will detail more about who we are, what we do, and how we do it!
Check it out!