40th Anniversary Reunion

Thank you to everyone who sent greetings and attended our 40th celebration on October 28th!  It was heartwarming to be in a gathering of so many women and men who were instrumental in making Regina Transition House the organization it is today.

In 1976, Regina Transition House was founded by tenacious and determined women who believed that no one deserved to be abused and that it was possible to make our community a safer and kinder place.  Their efforts resulted in an organization for that has grown over the years, striving to provide the best possible service to women and their children fleeing all forms of violence.

The ongoing success of Regina Transition House is firmly grounded on a passion for positive change and by working within a feminist framework that values the diverse experiences brought to our organization by our employees and volunteers. 

We are proud to work alongside women to facilitate change.  Thank you for supporting our work in your community.

Fearless and generous RBC Volunteer Crew

Thank you to the RBC Royal Bank (Victoria East Branch) volunteer crew who bravely , even in the rain, and facing tent caterpillars and spiders – spent their afternoon cleaning, raking, planting and landscaping for Regina Transition House.  Thank you for your hard work and for your generous donation.   

Congratulations Maria!

Great picture of Maria Hendrika and Lisa Brownstone at the YWCA Women of Distinction Nomination Tea. Maria has been nominated for a Woman of Distinction Award in the category of Leadership and Management. Lisa is a co-founder of Regina Transition House and a former recipient of a YWCA Woman of Distinction Award.

40th Anniversary

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