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Information about volunteering and helping the 8 non-profit and charitable organizations located in Duncan, British Columbia.

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Boys and Girls Clubs of South Coast BC

British Columbia Forest Museum
2892 Drinkwater Rd, Duncan, British Columbia

The BC Forest Discovery Centre is a 100-acre, open air museum with an operational railway in Duncan, British Columbia. The Centre features forest and marsh trails with excellent bird watching opportunities. The story of BC's forest industry is shared through exhibits, heritage buildings, and logging artifacts. Special events are offered throughout the year that include family activities and workshops for adults and seniors.

The Centre is operated by the BC Forest Museum Society, a non-profit and charitable organization (Federal Charitable Tax number 0521195-50-28).

Keywords: Museums and Archives · History · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of British Columbia Forest Museum


Boys and Girls Clubs of South Coast BC

Chesterfield Sports Society
5847 Chesterfield Ave, Duncan, British Columbia

It's hard to believe how far we have come since the Chesterfield Sports Society was formed in 1996. The main impetus came in 1989 when the track at the high school was closed for competition. The community started meeting to talk about what sports facilities were needed. The whole community came together and now we have a world class sports and recreation facility that we can all be very proud of. Our Sportsplex has become the heart of our healthy community in so many ways.

Keywords: Sports and Recreation

Volunteer Profile of Chesterfield Sports Society


Boys and Girls Clubs of South Coast BC

Cowichan Intercultural Society
394 Duncan Street, Suite 205, Duncan, British Columbia

The Cowichan Intercultural Society (CIS) is a Canadian registered charitable organization that has been serving the Cowichan Valley Region for 32 years. Currently, CIS has 18 active community service programs, 11 board members, 19 staff members, and over 150 volunteers. CIS is the leading community resource for immigrant settlement services, and for education and awareness in developing welcoming and inclusive communities.

Keywords: Cultural Centres · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Cowichan Intercultural Society


Boys and Girls Clubs of South Coast BC

Cowichan Therapeutic Riding Association
1843 Tzouhalem Road, Duncan, British Columbia

The Cowichan Therapeutic Riding Association provides therapeutic riding and equine-based therapeutic services for persons with disabilities. We promote and facilitate access to horses as a therapeutic alternative, recreational/sport opportunity, and agent of well-being in the lives of all participants. Through the power of the human-equine bond, CTRA brings together individuals, families, and the community in the spirit of healing, inclusion, and human growth.

Keywords: Sports and Recreation · Disabled · Animals

Volunteer Profile of Cowichan Therapeutic Riding Association


Boys and Girls Clubs of South Coast BC

Cowichan United Way
435 Trunk Road, Suite 102, Duncan, British Columbia

United Way Cowichan traces its roots back to 1969 and the old Red Feather appeal. Today's organization was formally incorporated as a society on September 15, 1976 and is a registered charity in good standing with Canada Revenue Agency. Geographically, we cover a region that stretches south from Saltair to the top of the Malahat and west from Thetis and Penelakut Island to Maple Bay and then through to Nitinat.

Keywords: Family Services · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Cowichan United Way


Boys and Girls Clubs of South Coast BC

Cowichan Valley Arts Council
2687 James Street, Island Savings Centre, 2nd Floor, Duncan, British Columbia

The purpose of the Cowichan Valley Arts Council is to encourage and foster appreciation of the broad spectrum of arts and culture in the Cowichan Valley Region (CVRD), by serving artists and residents through advocacy, by building connections and partnerships and by enhancing both exposure to and participation in arts and culture.

Keywords: Arts and Culture · Art Councils

Volunteer Profile of Cowichan Valley Arts Council


Boys and Girls Clubs of South Coast BC

Cowichan Valley Hospice Society
3122 Gibbins Road, Duncan, British Columbia

The purpose of the Cowichan Valley Hospice Society is to provide skilled, compassionate support services to the dying and bereaved, their families and friends, with sensitivity to culture, values and beliefs.

Keywords: Hospice and Palliative Care · Health and Medicine

Volunteer Profile of Cowichan Valley Hospice Society


Boys and Girls Clubs of South Coast BC

Cowichan Valley Independent Living Resource Centre Society
321 Coronation Avenue, Duncan, British Columbia

Our legal name is Cowichan Valley Independent Living Resource Centre Society. Cowichan Independent Living is a Registered Non-Profit Charitable Society. We were incorporated in 1990 and have received overwhelming support from the community from the beginning. Our Centre is operated by persons with disabilities for persons with disabilities.

Keywords: Independence · Disabled

Volunteer Profile of Cowichan Valley Independent Living Resource Centre Society






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Boys and Girls Clubs of South Coast BC Cowichan Therapeutic Riding Association

The Cowichan Therapeutic Riding Association provides therapeutic riding and equine-based therapeutic services for persons with disabilities. We promote and facilitate access to horses as a therapeutic alternative, recreational/sport opportunity, and agent of well-being in the lives of all participants. Through the power of the human-equine bond, CTRA brings together individuals, families, and the community in the spirit of healing, inclusion, and human growth.


Boys and Girls Clubs of South Coast BC Cowichan Intercultural Society

The Cowichan Intercultural Society (CIS) is a Canadian registered charitable organization that has been serving the Cowichan Valley Region for 32 years. Currently, CIS has 18 active community service programs, 11 board members, 19 staff members, and over 150 volunteers. CIS is the leading community resource for immigrant settlement services, and for education and awareness in developing welcoming and inclusive communities.


Boys and Girls Clubs of South Coast BC Cowichan Valley Independent Living Resource Centre Society

Our legal name is Cowichan Valley Independent Living Resource Centre Society. Cowichan Independent Living is a Registered Non-Profit Charitable Society. We were incorporated in 1990 and have received overwhelming support from the community from the beginning. Our Centre is operated by persons with disabilities for persons with disabilities.


Boys and Girls Clubs of South Coast BC Cowichan Valley Hospice Society

The purpose of the Cowichan Valley Hospice Society is to provide skilled, compassionate support services to the dying and bereaved, their families and friends, with sensitivity to culture, values and beliefs.


Boys and Girls Clubs of South Coast BC Cowichan United Way

United Way Cowichan traces its roots back to 1969 and the old Red Feather appeal. Today's organization was formally incorporated as a society on September 15, 1976 and is a registered charity in good standing with Canada Revenue Agency. Geographically, we cover a region that stretches south from Saltair to the top of the Malahat and west from Thetis and Penelakut Island to Maple Bay and then through to Nitinat.


Boys and Girls Clubs of South Coast BC Chesterfield Sports Society

Itís hard to believe how far we have come since the Chesterfield Sports Society was formed in 1996. The main impetus came in 1989 when the track at the high school was closed for competition. The community started meeting to talk about what sports facilities were needed. The whole community came together and now we have a world class sports and recreation facility that we can all be very proud of. Our Sportsplex has become the heart of our healthy community in so many ways.


Boys and Girls Clubs of South Coast BC Cowichan Valley Arts Council

The purpose of the Cowichan Valley Arts Council is to encourage and foster appreciation of the broad spectrum of arts and culture in the Cowichan Valley Region (CVRD), by serving artists and residents through advocacy, by building connections and partnerships and by enhancing both exposure to and participation in arts and culture.


Boys and Girls Clubs of South Coast BC British Columbia Forest Museum

The BC Forest Discovery Centre is a 100-acre, open air museum with an operational railway in Duncan, British Columbia. The Centre features forest and marsh trails with excellent bird watching opportunities. The story of BC's forest industry is shared through exhibits, heritage buildings, and logging artifacts. Special events are offered throughout the year that include family activities and workshops for adults and seniors.

The Centre is operated by the BC Forest Museum Society, a non-profit and charitable organization (Federal Charitable Tax number 0521195-50-28).



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