Get your Delicious Guilt-free Pies!

ICCS volunteers are making apple pies! Delcious Apple Pie

These pies are the much lauded secret recipe of Rose McCulley who recently won best in division for her double-crust pie at the Vancouver Island Exhibition.

Pies are frozen and unbaked and only available for a limited time.

9” Apple Pie with Crust Top $10.00

9” Apple Pie with Crumble Top $10.00 SOLD OUT

Order Forms are HERE

Dowload the order form, fill it out, and give it to any ICCS manager or drop it by the office:

#3 - 1200 Princess Royal Ave.
Nanaimo, BC
V9S 3Z7

or e-mail it to:

or fax it to: 778-441-4227

We need more volunteers to peel and bake as well, contact Marilyn at if you want to roll up your sleeves and help!

Thanks, and a warm cinnamon apple happy day to you!

Thankful to Have a Home?

"Thankful to have a home" is Island Crisis Care Society's annual Thanksgiving fundraiser.

Money from this campaign secures warm and safe homes for vulnerable people in Oceanside and Nanaimo. Please join us in this tangible act of sharing during the season of thanksgiving... Donate directly where-ever you see our Blue Bank...

Kids and Banks

or visit our online BLUE BANK CAMPAIGN at .

Participate in the Blue Bank online Fundraiser at

You can create a group page to get friends to donate to your fundraising page. It's easy and fun to set goals and share it on social media. All your donations will be receipted immediately and you can keep track of how your team is doing throughout the course of the campaign. Our Goal this year is to see 30+ new people who are homeless move into permanent, safe, warm homes! This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in helping our community.

How to Help

  1. Create your own Giving Group
  2. Support a Giving Group
  3. Spread the word and share this link with family, friends and colleagues

Please make a donation to the blue bank campaign so we can build a better tomorrow for Nanaimo Region citizens.

Video Gives Great Overview of ICCS

We are thankful to participate in the Takes a Dollar campaign! To learn more and donate, visit

Having trouble viewing the video on our site? Visit Youtube here:

Visit to donate!

Aimee Falkenberg To Speak at ICCS AGM

Aimee Falkenberg

You are Invited!

To the Island Crisis Care Society

Annual General Meeting

Aimee is a Forensic Nurse Examiner in Nanaimo and Surrey as well as the lead director for the Sexual Assault Core Education course at BCIT and a Sexual Assault Clinical Skills Lab instructor for the International Association of Forensic Nurses.

Aimee will describe her day to day work with victims of violence and sexual exploitation.  

She and her colleagues developed training for frontline emergency workers to recognize victims of human trafficking and sexual exploitation.

  • Reports from our program managers and auditor.
  • Refreshments will be served.
  • Aimmee will highlight cases from her work and discuss the services needed on Vancouver Island.

What We Do

What We Do

  • We provide emergency shelter, supportive and transitional housing, and services for women.
  • We also provide short and long term housing and support for adults experiencing a mental health crisis.
  • We employ over 50 frontline workers in 6 locations in Nanaimo and Parksville.
  • Frontline workers provide clients with meals, clothing, emotional support, non-clinical assessments, and case management. We work with and refer clients to the clinical supports offered by local Mental Health and Substance Use teams.
  • We have extensive experience supporting individuals impacted by trauma, abuse, and mental illness. Our staff are kind caring professionals trained in providing support to vulnerable adults.

Coldest Night of the Year Event Raises Funds and Awareness for Homelessness

Child With CNOY Baloons

2014 CNOY WalkersIt may not have technically been the coldest night this winter, but it ended up being one of the snowiest! 

On Saturday February 22, about 200 Nanaimo and Parksville area residents gathered at John Barsby Community School in Nanaimo to don "Coldest Night of the Year" toques, turn in their pledges, and walk together down the wet and slippery streets to raise much needed funds for the Island Crisis Care Society. 

The snow never let up and neither did the walker's resolve to finish the 2, 5, or 10 Kilometer loops around Harewood, South Nanaimo, and the Old City Quarter. 63 communities across Canada participated in the event this year and collectively raised a national total of $2,327,863.00.

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