Belonging & Engagement
Participation in civic life contributes to the well-being of our community and to our sense of connection to one another. By engaging, we foster leadership which helps build and maintain a vibrant community.
The Victoria Disability Resource Centre promotes the Independent Living philosophy as an alternative approach to the traditional medical/rehabilitation service-delivery model for people with all types of disabilities. This philosophy recognizes the rights of people with disabilities to assume risks...
Connecting people who care with causes that matter.
To assist in the settlement and adjustment of immigrants and refugees in Canada, and to provide services designed to increase the newcomer's participation in Canadian society, by assisting the newcomer to overcome barriers.
The Victoria Philharmonic Choir brings choral music to life! We are an auditioned, multi-generational ensemble of 80 voices, performing a broad repertoire ranging from Renaissance to twenty-first century works.
Restorative Justice Victoria is a non-profit, community-based program that facilitates dialogues in the aftermath of crime and other harmful behaviour that occurs in the City of Victoria, Esquimalt, and Oak Bay.
The Victoria Sexual Assault Centre (VSAC) is a feminist organization committed to ending sexualized violence through healing, education, and prevention. We are dedicated to supporting women and all trans* survivors of sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse, through advocacy, counselling, and...
The Vital Youth program (previously Youth in Philanthropy) provides students with hands-on experience in philanthropy and community development.
To build healthy communities enriched by volunteers.
We support persons with dementia or Alzheimer disease, their caregivers and families through programs and services that make a difference in their day to day lives.
Victoria Youth Empowerment Society (YES) works locally to help prevent youth from becoming at-risk and/or homeless and to transition youth who are at-risk and/or homeless into healthier and more constructive lifestyles. YES accomplishes this by providing youth ages 13 to 19 and their families with...