Jessi-Anne and Geddy :)

This care would not be accessible to me without the community-oriented model of service…

I don’t quite remember how I came to find H&H a few years ago, but I am forever grateful that I did.

Christina and the other ‘punks and volunteers provide a safe, welcoming, peaceful environment for this important health care. Anxiety and an autoimmune disorder are what originally brought me to Heart & Hands, and since my first session, I have felt improvement in those areas as well as others – sleep, anger management, stress, etc.

This care would not be accessible to me without the community-oriented model of service and deep practitioner connection that Heart & Hands provides to myself and to folks from all walks of life. The little clinic that could! <3

JA.R. (& Geddy)

We love community. And we love stories. Humans of Heart & Hands is a collection of practitioner, volunteer & client accounts of how Heart & Hands Health Collective has made a positive impact in their lives.

Help us transition to non-profit!

As a tiny, values-based establishment in Downtown Victoria, it is no longer sustainable for us to remain as a business due to the rapidly rising cost of property tax. Hence, we are transitioning into a non-profit, a huge undertaking that will invest in our longevity. Then we can continue offering our vital and affordable services to the community as well as providing our practitioners with a living wage.

“Help us build H&H 2.0” is an online fundraising campaign running February 15 – March 20. We intend to raise a total of $15 000 = $12 000 for our 2020 property tax + $3000 for legal/accounting fees necessary for the non-profit transition.

Invest in the longevity and sustainability of Heart & Hands. Get more information or contribute to our campaign!

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