How Can You Help?


Help us support families who are going through a hard time in this community and surrounding communities. By supporting HKTS you are making a lasting difference in the lives of women and children who access our services. There are many ways you can support HKTS:


Monetary, Gift Certificate or New Item Donations

Han Knakst Tsitxw Society is not accepting used clothing donations any longer.  Donations of NEW clothing items, winter gear, and footwear are accepted and we can give charity receipts for the cost value equivalent of items. 

Suggested clothing items are for women and children of various sizes and not limited to:

Pajama’s, tee-shirts, sweaters, joggers, socks, underwear, shoes, winter boots, touques, gloves, and other common necessities for seasonal wear. 


Individual Donations

All individual cash donations goes either directly to support women in transportation costs, housing needs or personal necessities for their transition to independance, or into the services we provide and events we host or participate in throughout the year such as:

  • Annual ‘Walk to End Violence against Women’
  • Purple Light Nights
  • Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women’s (MMIWG) Campaign
  • Red Dress Day Event
  • Moosehide Campaign, and White Ribbon Campaigns Involving Men Against Family Violence
  • Domestice Violence Prevention Workshop Series


To make an individual donation please Send a cheque addressed to:

Han Knakst Tsitxw Society
P.O Box 144
Lytton, B.C
V0K 1Z0

Han Knakst Tsitxw Society is a registered charity and all gifts over $20 receive a tax-deductible receipt.
Charity # 89041 2398 RR0001

If you have any questions about giving, or would like more information about any of the events we host or participate in, please contact us:
Telephone: 250-455-2284








Volunteer Opportunities




Volunteering with Han Knakst Tsitxw Society is an opportunity to make a worthwhile contribution to your community and support vital work that we do.




Volunteer opportunities include:




  • Health and Wellness – Qualified practitioners of therapies such as massage, reiki, reflexology etc. may be interested in offering these skills or services to our in-house residents or at Women’s Wellness events.
  • Child care – When we hold workshops for moms, childcare may be provided onsite or in a nearby location. 




We also welcome students who need to do a practicum in Social Services.




How to become a volunteer:
1) Fill out a Volunteer Application Form
2) Attend a volunteer interview




Successful applicants will then be invited to:
3) Complete a criminal record check







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