Matt Gul leads Rotary Operation Red Nose

During the Holiday Season, North Shore residents often need a ride home after celebrations. Operation Red Nose helps North Shore residents arrive home safely. Rotary Club of West Vancouver Sunrise President, Matt Gul was on command and interviewed the volunteer drivers, West Vancouver Councillor, Bill Soprovich, District of North Vancouver Mayor Mike Little, Dave Hetherington, North Shore Rescue Team. Councillor Bill Soprovich has volunteered for the past 17 years, Mayor Mark Little has been volunteering with Operation Red Nose since 2003 and this year, North Shore Rescue teams join us to support Operation Red Nose to help make us more visible. During the Holiday Season for Operation Red Nose, which spans nine days. We have a team of very surprising drivers! Thank you very much to all our Drivers, Escort Drivers and Navigators, dispatch department, and all Volunteers, Service Above Self, Rotarians at work

About us:
Operation Red Nose is a designated-driver service which helps to keep our community safe during the holiday season. For the 19th year, Operation Red Nose on the North Shore is brought to you by the North Shore Rotary Clubs.

Become a Volunteer:
The Operation Red Nose service is provided by a team of three volunteers, two of which ride along with the client in his or her vehicle. The escort driver, the volunteer driver and the navigator are the three members of the team. 

Days in Operation (9pm-3am): November 29, 30, Dec 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21 and and New Years Eve.
Local: 604-362-2227 **only in operation on days of service**

Become a volunteer contact with us

Thank you very much again to North Shore Rescue Team, Dave Hetherington, Janice Mooney, Jason McEwan, Ran Katsman, Gord Ferguson.

Video edited by Selin Gul and Onur Gul