Kate Booth House: Domestic Violence, A Story of Survival

by British Columbia
Categories: Blog, Feature

The Salvation Army Kate Booth House would like to take the time to thank it’s donors for their continued support.

For over 30 years, The Salvation Army Kate Booth House has supported women and children fleeing domestic violence through providing them with a safe and caring environment.  With your continued support the Kate Booth House has provided a safe place for over 6000 women and children over the years and offers a range of services including counselling, employment referrals, after-departure support groups, child care, children’s activities and a visiting teacher three times weekly.

Kamal Dhillon's survival story illustrates the positive difference that the Kate Booth House makes.

Your support makes a difference! Thank you for being our heroes for hope!

For more information please visit: https://salvationarmy.ca/britishcolumbia/kateboothhouse/