Beauty Night Society was created in 2000 by Caroline MacGillivray. Caroline first became of aware of the plight of women in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside while volunteering at the Women's Information Safe House (WISH), a drop-in centre for sex-trade workers. Beauty Night clients are primarily women, but we also have some programs for youth of both sexes. Beauty Night's first clients were primarily women living in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, an area struggling to cope with high rates of unemployment, homelessness, addiction and reliance on the sex trade. Today, we offer our services to women and youth who experience any form of hardship that affects their self-esteem and self-worth, including addiction, poverty, homelessness, HIV-status, criminal convictions and mental illness.
Beauty Night Society provides marginalized people and youth the tools to make positive lifestyle changes.
Xmas Stocking Drive
Job Interview Program