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Information about Cultural Centres in Vancouver offering volunteer opportunities. You can also view additional results of Cultural Centres from other locations in British Columbia or expand your results by changing the location from the menu to the right.

Cultural centers are places where people of specific ethnicity can go for cultural events, education, and various government supports. This group can overlap with Immigrants and Refugees.



People in Pain Network

Broadway Youth Resource Centre
103 - 2780 East Broadway Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

The new Broadway Youth Resource Centre "Kwayatsut" building is also be the new home of the Broadway Youth Resource Centre where tenants can access community-based mental and physical health care; addictions services; household management and meal preparation; money management and community living skills.
Kwayatsut (K-why-ah-sote) is from the Coast Salish language. The word holds the meaning of seeking one's power or spirit quest. The building was named by Chief Ian Campbell from the Squamish Nation. Kwayatsut has 30 youth beds with specific units for youth who are most vulnerable to homelessness: aboriginal youth, LGBTQ youth, and youth leaving foster care.

Keywords: Mental Health · Homeless and Housing · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Employment and Careers · Cultural Centres · Children and Youth · Addictions

Volunteer Profile of Broadway Youth Resource Centre


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Canadian Society for Asian Arts
5655 Cambie St, Suite 260, Vancouver, British Columbia

The Canadian Society for Asian Arts was founded in 1969 as a non-profit multicultural organization by a diverse group of scholars, connoisseurs, collectors and other individuals who shared a devotion to Asian arts and cultures. The CSAA is uniquely pan-Asian in its mission, its program focus, its membership, and its governing Board. The purpose of the Society is to promote the appreciation and understanding of the arts of Asia by bringing quality programs, exhibitions and publications to interested groups and individuals in Canada and by exploring links among the cultures of Asia.

Keywords: Cultural Centres · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Canadian Society for Asian Arts


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Centre Culturel Francophone De Vancouver
1551 West 7th Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia

Le Centre presents professional calibre events and shows, offering the population of Vancouver access to artistic products in the French language or from francophone culture in the sectors of visual arts, media arts and performing arts. In addition, Le Centre offers a panoply of educational services to anyone who is interested in the activities of Le Centre, whether or not they speak French.

Keywords: Cultural Centres · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Centre Culturel Francophone De Vancouver


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Chinese Community Policing Centre
118 Keefer St., Vancouver, British Columbia

We are a non-profit organization established in 1992 to serve the Chinese community in police-related matters. Our staff and volunteers provide services in Cantonese, Mandarin and English. All our services are free-of-charge and all information received is treated as confidential.

Keywords: Cultural Centres · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Chinese Community Policing Centre


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Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Vancouver
50 East Pender Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

To promote understanding and friendship between the Chinese community and other cultural groups in Canada.

Keywords: Cultural Centres · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Vancouver


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Jewish Family Services Agency of Vancouver
1985 Broadway W, Suite 305, Vancouver, British Columbia

For 75 years, Jewish Family Service Agency (JFSA) has been providing opportunities to enhance the quality of life for individuals and families. We are a social service organization that offers a continuum of services for individuals and families at all ages and stages of life in the Jewish and wider community. Our 5 departments are Basic Resources, Seniors, Counselling Services, Employment Services and Immigrant Resettlement.

Keywords: Cultural Centres · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Jewish Family Services Agency of Vancouver


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Jewish Federation of Greater Vancouver
950 West 41st Avenue, Suite 200, Vancouver, British Columbia

At Jewish Federation our goal is to touch the lives of every member of our community and to connect them with each other, and with fellow Jews around the world. Every program we fund and every service we support works to achieve this.

Keywords: Cultural Centres · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Jewish Federation of Greater Vancouver


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La Boussole, Centre Communautaire Societe
612 Vista Broadway, Vancouver, British Columbia

La Boussole opened as a francophone community center in January 1992 as a result of a research project about francophones residing in the Downtown Eastside. The project highlighted the need for access to a system of support services to be delivered in French and geared for francophones. The federal government through the Department of Canadian Heritage provided funding to establish the first community center for homeless francophones in British Columbia.

Keywords: Cultural Centres · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of La Boussole, Centre Communautaire Societe


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MOSAIC
1720 Grant Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

MOSAIC is a multilingual non-profit organization dedicated to addressing issues that affect immigrants and refugees in the course of their settlement and integration into Canadian society.

Keywords: Cultural Centres · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of MOSAIC


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Taiwanese Canadian Cultural Society
8853 Selkirk St, Vancouver, British Columbia

In view of the influx of new immigrants from Taiwan to Canada, around 40 Taiwanese Canadians in Vancouver established the Taiwanese Canadian Cultural Society (TCCS) in 1991. Besides providing various settlement services hoping to help new-comers enjoy a smooth transition in this new land they have chosen, a part of the mandate of the TCCS is for the Taiwanese here to know more about our own Taiwanese culture as well as to promote the exchange between the Taiwanese and Canadian cultures.

Keywords: Cultural Centres · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Taiwanese Canadian Cultural Society


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The Cultch
1895 Venables St, Vancouver, British Columbia

Perched at the top of a hill that slopes down to the heart of the City, The Cultch has always been a gathering place. This once-abandoned church has developed into a national treasure and BC's most diverse performance space.

Keywords: Theatre · Cultural Centres · Arts and Culture · Art Centres

Volunteer Profile of The Cultch


Urban Native Youth Association

Urban Native Youth Association
1618 East Hastings Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

UNYA is a registered not-for-profit society with the Province of BC and a federally registered charitable organization.

Keywords: First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Cultural Centres · Community Services · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Urban Native Youth Association


Urban Native Youth Association

Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Centre
1607 E. Hastings St, Vancouver, British Columbia

The Friendship Centre, a charitable organization provides programs in health, welfare, social services, human rights, culture, education, recreation and equality for all genders of aboriginal people of all age groups. The Friendship Centre emphasizes the philosophies and values of varied aboriginal cultures and traditions. With over 50 years of providing essential services to the urban aboriginal community, the VAFCS has helped families, youth, adults, elders and children maintain their aboriginal cultural ties and values.

Keywords: Seniors · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Cultural Centres · Children and Youth · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Centre






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