Restore Your Sole 2018



Kick off your fall social calendar in style! Join us for the 2nd annual “Restore Your Sole” Fundraiser on October 11, 2018 at the Victoria Event Centre.

Because a core aspect of our program is about assisting the person responsible for a crime to understand the impact of their actions (by “walking in someone else’s shoes”), we have created an event to reflect this in a playful way.

The theme plays on the idea of “restoring your soul/sole” by showcasing fabulous footwear from popular local shoe boutiques while mingling with libations and complimentary snacks. Live music, interactive shoe related contests, great prizes, silent auction, a footwear fashion show and funky DJ soul music will round out the evening.

Tickets are $35, available here. Get your tickets early or bring your besties for special pricing! $30 early bird price before August 31, or for blocks of 6 or more tickets.

Fashion Show Sponsors



Event Sponsors

Pictures from 2017’s Event


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RJV & Covid-19

We are continuing to offer our restorative justice services during this time. We are also taking new referrals.

We are primarily working with clients through online conferencing and phone meetings. Depending on the circumstances, our caseworkers can meet with clients in person, provided that everyone is comfortable doing so. We are following all the BC Government guidelines to minimize risk during in-person meetings, and can explore various options with clients on a case-by-case basis. Our staff are continuing to work at home and occasionally in the office. If you would like to contact us, email us at or leave a voicemail at (250) 383-5801 and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

The safety of our clients, volunteers, and staff is paramount. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about how your case might proceed with our health and safety processes in place. We hope that you are doing well during this challenging time.

Our work during the pandemic is supported by the Government of Canada’s Emergency Community Support Fund and the Victoria Foundation’s Community Recovery Program Grant.