Up to age 12

Story Studio is a non-profit that offers writing-based activities to build confidence, encourage creativity and improve communication skills in youth. Our programs include a variety of innovative creative writing workshops, as well as publications and events that celebrate and promote the work of...
The Wisdom of the Owl
Story Theatre Company is a story telling theatre company that was created for elementary school aged children to encourage the love of literacy by allowing them to experience words come to life through action. Communication and imagination are the focus of our shows.
Providing child and family services rooted in cultural values to restore and enhance the strength and resiliency in the urban Aboriginal community in Victoria BC.
Providing diverse and enriching educational ecological experiences which inspire personal action towards stewardship activities.
SWOVA Salt Spring Women Against Violence Society
SWOVA - Empowering Youth for a Better Tomorrow! Our programs teach youth to reject violence and find peaceful solutions in their lives.
Theatre SKAM Association
Theatre SKAM was formed in 1995 with a mission to create theatre that is innovative and entertaining, and above all – never boring.
TLC The Land Conservancy of British Columbia
Special Places. Forever, for Everyone.
Together Against Poverty Society logo
Providing free, face-to-face legal advocacy for people with income assistance, disability benefits and tenancy issues.
Responding to children, youth and families affected by abuse and trauma in all its forms, by providing victim services, court preparation and support, counselling, prevention and education within the Greater Victoria community and consultation throughout the province of British Columbia.
Victoria Conservatory of Music - Students at play!
At VCM we are Breathing Music into Life! Throughout our history our mission has remained the same: "To enrich lives through music in a thriving community accessible to all." Today our robust and diverse music education programming means our youngest "student" is often a newborn...