Photos by Mary Konkin Photography
Each uniquely hand-stamped necklace helps ReBuild confidence, value and dignity by providing a low-barrier, part-time job to a Whole Way House member and supports our Community Programs while honouring the I Get To Legacy left by Co-Founders Jenny & Josh’s father, Ron Konkin.
When Co-Founders, Jenny & Josh’s dad Ron Konkin was diagnosed with terminal cancer, he changed his perspective from “I have to” to “I get to” and these necklaces are a great reminder to leave a legacy of gratitude and generosity.
We’re looking for people who
- love people
- are passionate about helping others
- are highly motivated
- and have knowledge of mental health & addiction
Make an impact! Support those who are vulnerable and marginalized and help build a healthy community. View complete job posting details.
Please email resume & cover letter to email@example.com.
We had so many big ideas of how we were going to save the Downtown Eastside and fix all the problems! We thought if we could just get enough clothes and food, everything would be fine. But when we got here, what we really saw were issues of loneliness and isolation. — Jenny
Breakfast Television host Riaz Mehgi sits down with Whole Way House Co-Founder Jenny Konkin and Kris to discuss the “I Get To” program and how it empowers members of the Downtown Eastside community to work creatively with their hands, while building confidence, skills, value and purpose in their lives.
Source: Breakfast Television
The Daily Hive provides an in-depth feature of recent events and projects at Whole Way Hous, including Family Dinner, Monthly Hair Cuts, the “I Get To” Legacy Chain, UGM Alumni Super Smoothies, Emergency Medical Training, Family Birthday Parties, Art Sessions with Gerrard and the upcoming annual Family Picnic in the Park.
Source: Daily Hive Vancouver