Bidding Support for Victims of Crime

Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime
November 2022
09:00 AM EST
November 2022
11:45 PM EST
GOAL $2,500.00
76.6% To Goal

About Our Auction

“The CRCVC provides the life raft you can grab onto until you can walk out on your own two feet and are ready to face the world because this is the worst place in the world you could ever be.”

This is a direct quote from our client Sherryl who lost her daughter in 2016.

The CRCVC helped Sherryl by introducing her to our very own Homicide Support Group that runs at the end of every month.

Through this group, Sherryl learned things she never knew by connecting with others just like her - victims of homicide who lost someone they loved.

Help others like Sherryl by participating in our online auction. You can make real change happen.

As we are a national agency whose goal is to help victims of crime across the country, it is crucial to make sure Canadians know about the services we offer. By hosting an online auction, we hope to reach victims, survivors, and supporters of CRCVC from coast to coast.

Many victims and survivors are unaware of the services available to them. This is exactly why we do what we do.

We share resources and help victims meet their needs on a daily basis.

Help us reach our goal of $2,500!

All proceeds will go directly to the Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime and will help us continue to do the work we do to help victims and survivors of crime.

About Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime

The CRCVC provides support and guidance to individual victims and their families in order to assist them in obtaining needed services and resources, and advances victims’ rights by presenting the interests and perspectives of victims of crime to Government, at all levels. We also strive to foster heightened public awareness of victims’ issues, conduct research in the field of victimology and promote exchanges between professionals at the local, provincial and national level.

Victims of crime should be treated with courtesy, compassion and with respect for their dignity and privacy. We offer assistance and advocacy regardless of whether the perpetrator of the crime has been identified, apprehended, prosecuted or convicted. The CRCVC believes victims must be empowered to regain control of their lives.

We provide services to meet the diverse needs of all people regardless of race, colour, religion, place of origin, income level, marital status, family status, age, disability, sexual orientation and gender identity.

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