The long range forecast for The Long, Long Night of Hope is cold! Continued cold temperatures and flurries are expected right up to our big day.

Our brothers and sisters to the East might not find this all that cold, but for the Vancouver area, it is frigid! If you are taking part in The Long, Long Night of Hope February 23, sleeping in your car, start planning your strategy on staying warm … well, warm enough. Don’t burn candles or any open flames, and don’t run your car’s engine all night – there are neighbours who could be disturbed and idling laws you could break.

Soon we will post a helpful LLNOH checklist of things participants should plan to bring along. For now, think about the people for whom we are doing this … people who sleep in their cars when it is pouring rain, when it is blistering hot, when it is a Polar Vortex. They need our help.

There is still plenty of time to join The Long, Long Night of Hope 2019. Registration is free, and fundraising is easy. Homelessness is not Hopelessness. Be the Hope. Join us.

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