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Information about Housing Organizations in British Columbia offering volunteer opportunities. You can also view fewer results of Housing Organizations by selecting a specific location in British Columbia or expand your results by changing the province from the menu to the right.

Housing refers specifically to housing for seniors. This can include retirement housing, community care homes, and assisted living facilities. There is sometimes overlap with hospices and palliative care services.



The Victoria Human Exchange Society

411 Seniors Centre Society
704-333 Terminal Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia V6A4C1

Under the direction of the 411 Seniors Centre Society, the 411 Seniors Centre is a multicultural, proactive resource centre in Vancouver where the community of members, volunteers and staff address seniors' issues and concerns; and social, recreational, nutritional, informational and counseling needs of members and clients.

Keywords: Seniors · Housing

Volunteer Profile of 411 Seniors Centre Society


The Victoria Human Exchange Society

Association of Neighbourhood Houses of Greater Vancouver
203-3102 Main St, Vancouver, British Columbia V5T3G7

Association of Neighbourhood Houses of British Columbia (ANHBC) is the umbrella organization under which each of eight Neighbourhood Houses and the Sasamat Outdoor Centre operate. The programs and services provided by ANHBC are locally-based but also supportive of Metro Vancouver and provincial initiatives.

Keywords: Housing · Family Services · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Association of Neighbourhood Houses of Greater Vancouver


The Victoria Human Exchange Society

Broadmead Care Foundation of BC
4579 Chatterton Way, Victoria, British Columbia V8X 4Y7

Volunteers play a vital role in making every moment matter for Broadmead Care residents and clients. We are grateful to the 150 volunteers who share approximately 1,200 hours of their time each month assisting staff to maintain an environment that supports retained abilities, celebrates successes, fosters hope, and promotes social involvement.

Keywords: Seniors · Housing

Volunteer Profile of Broadmead Care Foundation of BC


The Victoria Human Exchange Society

Broadmead Care Society
4579 Chatterton Way, Victoria, British Columbia V8X 4Y7

Broadmead Care offers compassionate, person-centred care that helps people enjoy life to the fullest - regardless of circumstances that affect their health and well-being.

Keywords: Seniors · Housing

Volunteer Profile of Broadmead Care Society


The Victoria Human Exchange Society

Burquitlam Lions Care Centre
560 Sydney Avenue, Coquitlam, British Columbia V3K6A4

The Burquitlam Lions Care Centre (BLCC) opened June 15, 1981 on a tract of land donated by the City of Coquitlam. BLCC is owned and operated by the Burquitlam Care Society, sponsored by the Burquitlam Lions Club, and funded by the B.C. Provincial Government through the Fraser Health Authority (FHA).

Keywords: Seniors · Housing

Volunteer Profile of Burquitlam Lions Care Centre


The Victoria Human Exchange Society

City Centre Care Society
415 West Pender Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V6B1V2

City Centre Care Society provides complex care services, addiction programs and seniors assisted living services in two downtown Vancouver locations. The Society operates two residences: Central City Lodge in downtown Vancouver and Cooper Place.

Keywords: Seniors · Housing

Volunteer Profile of City Centre Care Society


The Victoria Human Exchange Society

Fair Haven United Church Homes

Branch: Vancouver Office 2720 East 48th Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia V5S1G7

The Fair Haven United Church Homes is a non-profit organization which was founded over 60 years ago to provide low-cost housing for seniors.

Today, Fair Haven provides residential care and affordable housing to more than 350 seniors in Burnaby and Vancouver. Fair Haven, a faith-based organization, is recognized as a leader in residential care and services for seniors.

Keywords: Seniors · Religion · Housing

Volunteer Profile of Fair Haven United Church Homes


The Victoria Human Exchange Society

Fair Haven United Church Homes

Branch: Burnaby Office 7557 Sussex Avenue, Burnaby, British Columbia V5J2V6

The Fair Haven United Church Homes is a non-profit organization which was founded over 60 years ago to provide low-cost housing for seniors.

Today, Fair Haven provides residential care and affordable housing to more than 350 seniors in Burnaby and Vancouver. Fair Haven, a faith-based organization, is recognized as a leader in residential care and services for seniors.

Keywords: Seniors · Religion · Housing

Volunteer Profile of Fair Haven United Church Homes


The Victoria Human Exchange Society

George Derby Long Term Care Society
7550 Cumberland St, Burnaby, British Columbia V3N3X5

George Derby Centre is a community-based care facility situated in a park-like setting in Burnaby, BC. Through a unique partnership with Veterans Affairs Canada and Fraser Health, we are proud to offer complex care and services to Canadian Veterans of the Armed Forces and seniors whose needs can no longer be met in the community.

Keywords: Seniors · Housing

Volunteer Profile of George Derby Long Term Care Society


The Victoria Human Exchange Society

Jewish Home for the Aged of British Columbia
1055 W 41st Ave, Vancouver, British Columbia V6M1W9

Our mission at the Louis Brier Home & Hospital is to provide exemplary care to you and your family within a supportive and caring community, consistent with Jewish values and traditions. As innovative leaders in eldercare, our vision is to enrich the quality of life of Jewish seniors in everything we do.

Keywords: Seniors · Housing

Volunteer Profile of Jewish Home for the Aged of British Columbia


The Victoria Human Exchange Society

KinVillage
5430 - 10th Avenue, Delta, British Columbia V4M3X8

KinVillage supports older adults to live their lives fully. It provides a continuum of health, housing and recreational programs, while nurturing a sense of community.

Keywords: Seniors · Independence · Housing · Health

Volunteer Profile of KinVillage


The Victoria Human Exchange Society

Little Mountain Residential Care & Housing Society
330 East 36th Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia V5W3Z4

Established in 1983, Little Mountain Housing Society (the "Society") is a not-for-profit care giving organization. The Society has adopted a philosophy of care called "Gentle Care" which means residents' needs and wants are our priority.

Keywords: Seniors · Housing

Volunteer Profile of Little Mountain Residential Care & Housing Society


The Victoria Human Exchange Society

Louis Brier Home and Hospital
1055 West 41st Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia V6M1W9

Our mission at the Louis Brier Home & Hospital is to provide exemplary care to you and your family within a supportive and caring community, consistent with Jewish values and traditions. As innovative leaders in eldercare, our vision is to enrich the quality of life of Jewish seniors in everything we do.

Keywords: Seniors · Religion · Housing · Health Centres

Volunteer Profile of Louis Brier Home and Hospital


Monashee Mews

Monashee Mews
2165 Norris Ave, Lumby, British Columbia V0E2G5

We are located in the heart of Lumby, British Columbia and home to 46 older adults in a complex care environment.

Keywords: Seniors · Housing

Volunteer Profile of Monashee Mews


Monashee Mews

More Than A Roof Mennonite Housing Society
1515 Charles Street, Suite 100, Vancouver, British Columbia V5L2T2

Our focus on being "More Than A Roof" captures in a simple phrase the very essence of our society's Vision and Mission. Sometimes it means helping a young single mom cope with the intense pressures of poverty and parenthood. Sometimes it means bringing dignity, care and friendship to someone who lives with the terrors of a mental illness. It could be an unhesitating welcome to a refugee family fleeing brutal oppression and hardship of a third world country, or accepting those who are homeless and hungry.

Keywords: Religion · Poverty · Housing · Homeless and Housing

Volunteer Profile of More Than A Roof Mennonite Housing Society


Mount Ida Mews

Mount Ida Mews
100 - 5th Ave S.E., Salmon Arm, British Columbia V1E4H4

Mount Ida Mews is located in Salmon Arm, British Columbia and home to 72 older adults with complex care needs.

Keywords: Seniors · Housing

Volunteer Profile of Mount Ida Mews


New Vista Society

New Vista Society
7550 Rosewood Street, Burnaby, British Columbia V5E3Z3

A progressive, dynamic, non-profit society, dedicated to enriching the lives of seniors, families and community members by providing care, support and housing.

Keywords: Seniors · Housing

Volunteer Profile of New Vista Society


New Vista Society

Port Coquitlam Senior Citizens Housing Society
2111 Hawthorne Ave, Port Coquitlam, British Columbia V3C1W3

Port Coquitlam Senior Citizens' Housing Society, which operates the Hawthorne Seniors Care Community, has been the largest single provider of residential services to seniors in the Tri-Cities area since 1958 when the organization was founded by a group of caring and visionary volunteers.

Keywords: Seniors · Housing

Volunteer Profile of Port Coquitlam Senior Citizens Housing Society


New Vista Society

Residences for Independent Living Society

Branch: Steveston Residence 21 - 11119 No. 1 Road, Richmond, British Columbia V7E1S6

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


New Vista Society

Residences for Independent Living Society

Branch: False Creek Residence 1167 Forge Walk, Vancouver, British Columbia V6H3R1

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




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