April 11, 18, 25, 2021

Have questions about The Big Give? Connect with our leaders directly at andrea@springvale.org


What better time to love others than coming out of a really challenging winter!  We have a list of ideas for you to pick from or you can consider signing up for the The Great Walk for Restore in May.


Join one of our many spring clean-up teams around York Region on Saturday, May 29.  COVID-19 safety protocols will be in effect.  Sign-up as a family, Life Group, individual…we can use everyone!


We have four organizations in York and Durham Regions that we are hoping to gift with the financial means to have a crucial impact in the lives of others.  Our 2021 goal is $32,500


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Sometimes it is the smallest thing that has the greatest impact.  So we are challenging all of our Springvale family during the week of April 11 to intentionally show love to your neighbours in small, meaningful ways.  If you don’t know where to begin, prayer is a great way to start!  Ask God to show you the “who” and the “how”.

Love Your Neighbours


We have put a list of ideas together to help get you started.  Choose one or several!  This is a great opportunity to do something intentional as a family or challenge your Life Group to do something together.

The Great Walk for Restore


Restore Canada is an organization that Springvale, along with other Stouffville churches support.  Restore’s work allows churches to connect people to available local resources for a variety of purposes.


Sign up to join one of our many service projects around York Region on Saturday, May 29, 2021.  COVID-19 safety protocols will be in place!  If you don’t feel comfortable with joining a group, then we have two “from my home” options. You could do a neighbourhood clean-up with your family or a few friends, or we do have a special project that can be done at home.  In the sign-up form just select “From My Home” option.  T-shirts provided for all who sign up.




Mount Albert  



Richmond Hill 



We have chosen four organizations in York and Durham region that are meeting the needs of youth and families.  Each organization has specific projects that require funding and will allow them to increase their ability to meet the tangible needs of people in our communities.  Click on each organization’s name to get more details about their work.  Any money raised over our goal of $32,500 will go to the same projects listed below.



Total Goal of $32,500

PROJECT 1:  Belinda’s Place(Salvation Army)

This organization provides basic needs, temporary housing, support and follow-up services to assist women who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. They help women find and keep housing and successfully reintegrate into the community.


GOAL: 5 Beds (Mattress, frame, pillows, Bedding) and 25 “Essential Home” Packages = TOTAL $5,000



PROJECT 2: Jennifer Ashleigh Children’s Charity

Support assists seriously ill children and their families with special treatment needs and medical expenses and financial assistance in times of need.


GOAL: 5 Families to get $2500 each to pay rent/utilities for one month = TOTAL $12,500



PROJECT 3:  360 Kids

360 Kids serves over 3,900 youth, each year in York Region by helping them overcome crisis and transition to a state of safety and stability!  Every kid needs access to a safe home.


GOAL: 20 “Good Start Kits” (Get the essentials the youth will need to move into their own apartments) @ $250 each  = TOTAL $5,000



Project #4: The Shop(Youth Unlimited)

The Shop provides support and training for teens with life barriers, giving them valuable technical experience and helping them gain employment. They are in need of proper storage and tools to continue their mentorship and training of youth in the community.


GOAL: Purchase of a Mechanics Tool Box filled with all the tools  = TOTAL $10,000