50+ Active Living Programs work with older adults in our community to promote a lifestyle that values the physical, social and mental wellness of each individual. annual membership ($25 per year) gives you access to free drop in activities.
The Aboriginal Aquaculture Association is an organization designed to assist, support and facilitate the participation of First Nations in sustainable aquaculture development, a resource body providing guidance to sustainable aquaculture development, regulation and management.
Created with the idea that inclusion should not be the exclusive domain of urban centers. AWS strives to “CREATE, DEVELOP AND PROMOTE, the idea that all people, regardless of their physical limitations should enjoy one of Canada’s greatest natural resources THE GREAT OUTDOORS”
A-12 step anonymous program for friends and families of alcoholics. If someone’s drinking is troubling you, we can help. Meetings: St. Patrick’s Church, 34 S Alder Street on Wed from 12:00 to 1:00 pm, Thurs at 1:00 & 7:30 pm, Sundays at 300 Thulin St. at 7:30 pm-7th Day Adventist Church.
The Alano Club is a non-profit association intended as a resource for Alcoholics Anonymous members and groups, as well as any individual who has a desire to stop drinking. Members from other 12 Step programs, especially the Al-Anon Family Groups are welcome.
Each year our branch helps hundreds of animals find new homes. The BC SPCA currently receives no provincial government funding and is completely reliant on community support. We appreciate all of your support, and for making the BC SPCA your first adoption option!
We are Canada’s FIRST co-ed Dragon Boat Team for survivors of ALL types of Cancer. Our mandate is to provide support to cancer survivors in the community of Campbell River in a fun and supportive environment; in addition to supporting other cancer related initiatives in our community.
Dealing with a health crisis with a child involves a great deal of emotional strength and energy. We are an organization you can turn to for help to ease some of the financial concerns during a child’s health crisis.
Our aim is to accelerate growth in creative industries. Representing a group of businesses from advertising, architecture, art, crafts, design, fashion, film, music, performing arts, publishing, R & D, software, toys and games to TV, radio, digital and graphic design, animation, stereoscopic 3D and interactive games.
Our purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders to provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and to help bring goodwill and peace in the world and to our local community.
We provide education, support, advocacy and housing to those with Brain Injuries. We have daily programs that range from Anger Management to Life Skills, Peer support groups, Caregivers groups and much more. We also provide both long and short term housing.
All persons facing death have a right to: Comfort-freedom from physical and emotional pain. Peace-respect for spiritual and cultural values. Dignity-respect for individual and social concerns. And-those experiencing a death loss have the right to grieve.
In 1981, the town of Ishikari approached the C.p.Air public relations adviser for the orient, requesting to find them a sister city in Canada. In October 1983 the Twinning Document was completed with Campbell River. Since then education, culture and economic ties have been the main focus of the exchanges.
Come and learn about all the new technology and aids available for the sight impaired and hear guest speakers share their life experiences. We meet on the 3rd Tuesday of each month (July and August excluded) at Berwick by the Sea – 1;30 – 3 pm. Everyone is welcome. Come and share your stories. We’d love to see you.
Providing services to women in Campbell River and the surrounding central and northern Island region. We are part of a non profit charity, the Vancouver Island North Women’s Resource Society, providing quality, responsive services to women and families since 1983.
We are committed to realizing our vision of designing and delivering educational and interpretive programs for residents, schools and visitors highlighting the fascinating marine life of Discovery Passage and surrounding waters.
We play a key role in managing local natural areas like the Beaver Lodge Forest Lands,Haig-Brown Heritage Property, Kingfisher Creek, and Baikie Island Reserve. Coordinating hundreds of volunteers to improve the environment for Campbell River’s residents and visitors.
We provide assistance to people who have moved here from other countries. Our free professional services include assistance with forms and documents, employment services, information on housing, healthcare and much, much more.
The Vancouver Island North Film Commission provides liaison and location scouting services to the film, television, commercial and new media industry interested in filming on northern Vancouver Island, from Nanaimo to Cape Scott, including the Powell River Regional District.
Serving the community of Campbell River’s greatest needs since 1948. We directly support; Crimestoppers, Citizens on Patrol, Search And Rescue,the Food Bank, Christmas Hamper Fund and Cystic Fibrosis as well as many others. The Kinsmen Club – Enhancing the well-being for all Canadians.
The North Island Métis Nation is a registered non-profit organization, which was founded in November 1996 to represent the interest of Métis people residing in the North Vancouver Island area, from Campbell River to Port Hardy.
We are a mental health support group for people suffering from depression, bipolar and anxiety disorders, located in Campbell River, our group is loosely affiliated with The Mood Disorders Association of BC, but the members of the group are the ones who ultimately decide how the group functions!
North Island Pride Society’s goal is to help educate on LGBTQ+ issues, create safe spaces, and celebrate diversity. The first Campbell River Pride Festival was held in 2015, and it became a registered society in August 2017.
Providing legal advocacy to low income residents in Campbell River and the area, for people experiencing barriers: physically, socially, mentally and economically to access the rights and benefits to which they may be entitled. Providing information, assistance and representation. Call us, we can help.
Address: 300-1682-7th Ave. W Vancouver BC, V6J 4S6 Phone: 604-664-7664 Fax: 604-664-7665 Email:email@example.com Website:www.psf.ca
The Pacific Salmon Foundation is the trusted voice for the conservation and restoration of wild Pacific salmon and their ecosystems and works to bring salmon back, stream by stream through the strategic use of resources and local communitiess
Pier Street is the birthplace of the City of Campbell River and is once again one of the most vibrant and active areas of town. From the Maritime Heritage Centre and Discovery Fishing Pier to the tip of Ostler Park, this area is what Campbell River is all about.
Address: PO Box 72, Campbell River BC, V9W 4Z9 Phone: 250-926-6654 Cell: 250-895-1180 Email: Through Website Website:www.campbellriverrotary.org
Throughout our history, members have continuously adopted the theme that Rotarians are committed to “putting something back into the community.” This has resulted in millions of dollars and tens of thousands of volunteer hours into projects for the citizens of Campbell River.
Campbell River Search & Rescue is a volunteer group that serve Northern Vancouver Island and areas on the mainland. We provide land SAR, rope rescue, swift water, alpine, avalanche, back country medical treatment , evacuation services and helicopter rescue services under the Emergency Management of BC Division.
Why Dragon boat? When Campbell River’s Race the River dragon boat regatta takes place in late June a question often asked is: why dragon boat, and how did a sport that originated in south-central China over 2500 years ago become the fastest growing water sport worldwide? Read more.
A charitable organization whose mission is to promote and foster safer and healthier communities. Providing appropriate programs of rehabilitation, education, prevention and healing for those who need an opportunity to achieve, maintain or regain a balance within their communities.
Producers of 3 major shows a season, plus a range of FUN studio nights-mystery theatre, skits, & improv-in the intimate 80-seat Rivercity Stage. We’ll help you train in acting, directing, lighting, sound, and more!
Our model is based on a collaborative, community-based approach to employee assistance. Launched by MacMillan Bloedel and its five Canadian unions in 1980, the EFAP/ARS model has been adopted in 21 Canadian communities and benefiting 250,000 employees, retirees and family members. Read more
Our mission is “To enhance the quality of volunteerism in our community by focusing on the provision of ongoing support and encouragement for individuals as they seek ways to become actively involved in our community, and community groups in their development and operation of effective volunteer programs”.
Put simply it is a three part approach to solving the crime problem. CRIME STOPPERS relies on cooperation between the police, the media, and the general community to provide a flow of information about crime and criminals.
NISHS provides professional counselling for adults affected by various forms of recent and past trauma and abuse. From life altering medical diagnoses, motor vehicle, recreational or work place accidents to witnessing or surviving violence, registered clinical counsellors offer evidence-based approaches to support healing.
Pacific Wild is committed to defending wildlife and their habitat on the coast by solution-based conservation strategies. Supporting innovative research, public education, community outreach and awareness to achieve the goal of lasting environmental protection in the lands and waters of the Great Bear Rainforest.