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

Organizations that deal with disabled people are in this category. This includes various age groups such as children or seniors, and usually involves assisting with a degree of independence for the disabled person.



Theatre Under the Stars

Aboriginal Physical Activity & Cultural Circle
6520 Salish Drive, Vancouver, British Columbia

The Aboriginal Physical Activity and Cultural Circle (APACC) is a network for Aboriginal people who are involved in Sports, Recreation, Fitness and Traditional Activities. APACC is a registered non-profit organization.

Keywords: Sports and Recreation · Seniors · First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples · Disabled · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Aboriginal Physical Activity & Cultural Circle


Theatre Under the Stars

BC Adaptive Snowsports
780 SW Marine Drive, Vancouver, British Columbia

BC Adaptive Snowsports (formerly known as Disabled Skiers Association of BC), established in 1973 as a registered, charitable non-profit organization, supports and promotes the sport of adapted skiing and snowboarding as a form of recreation and rehabilitation for all participants, contributing to an overall active and healthy lifestyle for British Columbians.

Keywords: Sports and Recreation · Disabled

Volunteer Profile of BC Adaptive Snowsports


BC Wheelchair Basketball Society

BC Wheelchair Basketball Society
780 SW Marine Drive, Vancouver, British Columbia

The BC Wheelchair Basketball Society (BCWBS) is a non-profit organization formed in 1983 and registered with Revenue Canada as a charity since 1985.

Keywords: Sports and Recreation · Disabled

Volunteer Profile of BC Wheelchair Basketball Society


BC Wheelchair Basketball Society

British Columbia Centre for Ability
2805 Kingsway, Vancouver, British Columbia

The BC Centre for Ability provides community-based services that enhance the quality of life for children, youth and adults with disabilities and their families in ways that facilitate and build competencies and foster inclusion in all aspects of life

Keywords: Disabled · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of British Columbia Centre for Ability


BC Wheelchair Basketball Society

British Columbia Lions Society for Children with Disabilities & Easter Seals BC
3981 Oak Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

Our Mandate is: to enrich the lives of children in British Columbia and the Yukon by "giving children abilities"

Our Vision is: to continue providing not only specialized services and facilities, but also challenging and supporting young hearts and minds as well. Giving children with disabilities self-esteem, self-confidence and a sense of independence is what our community is all about.

Keywords: Disabled · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of British Columbia Lions Society for Children with Disabilities & Easter Seals BC


BC Wheelchair Basketball Society

Camp Hornby Society
3538 West 43rd Ave, Vancouver, British Columbia

Our camp was founded in 2002 at the request of a group of vision professionals, parents of blind children and other supporters and is open to all qualifying children from British Columbia who are under 21 years of age on the first day of camp. The camp is integrated so campers may attend on their own or with other family members and sighted siblings.

Keywords: Disabled · Children and Youth · Camps

Volunteer Profile of Camp Hornby Society


BC Wheelchair Basketball Society

Canadian Blind Sports Association - Association canadienne des sports pour aveugles
325-5055 Rue Joyce Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

The Canadian Blind Sports Association is a not for profit association serving individuals who are blind, visually impaired, deaf-blind, or are blind and have additional disabilities; and their families and other supporters.

Keywords: Sports and Recreation · Disabled

Volunteer Profile of Canadian Blind Sports Association


BC Wheelchair Basketball Society

Canadian Institute for the Relief of Pain and Disability - Institut Canadien Pour Le Soulagement De La Douleur Et De L'incapacite
916 West Broadway, Suite 204, Vancouver, British Columbia

The Canadian Institute for the Relief of Pain and Disability (CIRPD) is a federally incorporated not-for-profit charitable organization founded in 1986, dedicated to the prevention and reduction of pain, pain-related suffering, and disability.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disabled

Volunteer Profile of Canadian Institute for the Relief of Pain and Disability


BC Wheelchair Basketball Society

Disabled Sailing Association of British Columbia
3077 Granville Street, Suite 207, Vancouver, British Columbia

Sailing for people with significant physical disabilities got its start in Canada in 1989, when Sam Sullivan used a British-made Sunbird dinghy to launch the first few sails at the Jericho Sailing Centre on English Bay.

Keywords: Sports and Recreation · Disabled

Volunteer Profile of Disabled Sailing Association of British Columbia


BC Wheelchair Basketball Society

Nidus Personal Planning Resource Centre Assocation
1440 West 12th Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia

The Nidus Personal Planning Resource Centre is a non-profit, charitable organization and was incorporated in 1995 as the Representation Agreement Resource Centre (RARC).

Keywords: Seniors · Disabled

Volunteer Profile of Nidus Personal Planning Resource Centre Assocation


BC Wheelchair Basketball Society

Residences for Independent Living Society

Branch: False Creek Residence 1167 Forge Walk, Vancouver, British Columbia

The Residences for Independent Living Society was started in 1969 by a group of concerned parents of young adults with disabilities. Their goal was to provide a home-like care environment for young adults to live away from their parents and have the support they needed to lead fulfilling and independent lives.

Keywords: Independence · Housing · Disabled

Volunteer Profile of Residences for Independent Living Society


Scotiabank Vancouver Half Marathon

Scotiabank Vancouver Half Marathon
1917 W 4th Ave, Vancouver, British Columbia

The Scotiabank Vancouver Half-Marathon takes over 6500 runners from UBC to Stanley Park, helping these runners raise money for over 70 local charities.

Keywords: Sports and Recreation · Health and Medicine · Environment · Disorders · Disabled · Children and Youth · Cancer · Animals · Alzheimer · AIDS

Volunteer Profile of Scotiabank Vancouver Half Marathon


Scotiabank Vancouver Half Marathon

Southlands Therapeutic Riding Society
6767 Balaclava Street (at 51st Avenue), Vancouver, British Columbia

STaRS began as a dream in the early 2000's, and through the dedicated efforts of a core group of volunteers, became a reality. It began as a grassroots operation, and today, is a Canadian Therapeutic Riding Association (CANTRA) certified facility and a registered non-profit society.

Keywords: Sports and Recreation · Disabled · Animals

Volunteer Profile of Southlands Therapeutic Riding Society


Scotiabank Vancouver Half Marathon

Spectrum Society for Community Living
3231 Kingsway, Vancouver, British Columbia

Spectrum Society for Community Living is a Vancouver registered non-pro?t society and charitable organization, established in 1987 to develop community-based services for people with disabilities. Our services have expanded over the years. We travel British Columbia to deliver community living workshops through Spectrum Learning and publish community living books and DVDs through Spectrum Press.

Keywords: Independence · Disabled

Volunteer Profile of Spectrum Society for Community Living


Scotiabank Vancouver Half Marathon

Spinal Cord Injury BC
780 SW Marine Dr, Vancouver, British Columbia

Formerly known as the BC Paraplegic Association, Spinal Cord Injury BC (SCI BC) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping people with spinal cord injuries, and related disabilities, adjust, adapt and thrive.

Keywords: Sports and Recreation · Disabled

Volunteer Profile of Spinal Cord Injury BC


UBC Occupational Therapy and Heath Sciences

UBC Occupational Therapy and Heath Sciences
2211 Wesbrook Mall, Vancouver, British Columbia

Originally a division within the School of Rehabilitation Sciences, the Department of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy emerged in July 2007. The department offers a wide array of educational and research opportunities, including an entry to practice graduate program: Master of Occupational Therapy, MOT; graduate research programs: MSc and PhD; and post-professional online: Master of rehabilitation science, MRSc and certificate programs.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Education and Literacy · Disabled

Volunteer Profile of UBC Occupational Therapy and Heath Sciences






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