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.
Learning Through Loss designs and delivers grief and loss education and supportive programs to youth, and promotes awareness in the community about the importance of supporting young people through loss.
LifeCycles cultivates community health from the ground up by connecting people, the food they eat & the land it comes from. We support people in gaining the knowledge, skills & resources they need to access or grow their own food in a way that fosters biodiversity and enhances our urban...
To improve living conditions for Aboriginal families while encouraging and reinforcing traditional practices and cultural beliefs.
The Mary Winspear Centre provides Capital Regional District residents a place to celebrate, partake in events, be involved in programs, and view performing arts. The Centre is the “Heart of our Community”, a place that advances community, cultural, athletic and recreational welfare of our residents.
The Mayne Island Conservancy Society fosters harmony between nature and community by conserving and restoring forests, wetlands, shoreline and nearshore ecosystems, engaging volunteers, providing learning opportunities and working with other community organizations and government agencies.
To provide psychological and practical support to males sixteen years and older who suffer from the effects of trauma, in order to facilitate their emotional healing.
MISSA provides an inspiring west coast retreat setting for personal and professional development through an annual program of intensive arts workshops intended for practicing artists, arts educators and serious students.
The Mustard Seed Street Church is a non-profit fighting hunger and restoring faith to hurting souls in Greater Victoria.
Oak Bay Volunteer Services provides one-to-one volunteer services to individuals of all ages including seniors, persons with physical disabilities, developmental disabilities, mental health challenges, other health challenges, low income and any others in need.
Oaklands Community Association supports, promotes and provides quality programs and projects and to facilitate community interaction which will contribute to the safety, health and physical improvement of the Oaklands neighbourhood.