Facebook icon.  Twitter icon.  RSS Feed.  

 

Vollunteer Opportunity

You are here

Events organized by PCFSA.

Better at Home is recruiting Vollunteers!

Can you make a positive difference in the life of a local senior?

For more information or to apply, please call Dori Bodman, Program Coordinator, Better at Home Westshore at: (778) 677-3540 

 

2017 AGM

Download PCFSA AGM Invite 2017.pdf (366.88 KB)

 

Pacific Centre Family Services Association’s 49th Annual General Meeting

  • With refreshments provided by Skookum Youth Bistro

Thursday, June 29th 2017 at 12:30 p.m.  345 Wale Rd. in Colwood. Street and lot parking available.

RSVP by June 14th to imason@pcfsa.org

 

Guest presentation by Mia Golden, CRED Program and Cpl Pat Bryant, Mobile Youth Services Team “Sexual Exploitation and Gang Issues in Victoria”

This year the Bay Centre branch has reached out to the Pacific
Centre Family Services Association and offered to put our donations
towards their new building project. 

We are excited to announce that Orca Grill Restaurant has partnered
up with Longwood Brewery to help support our Burger & Beer Night on
May 24, 2016. Tickets will be $25 each and 50% of all proceeds raised
from ticket sales will help support the Pacific Centre. 

We are only able to sell 60 tickets - so act fast. To buy tickets in
advance please contact...

Come and hear about PCFSA's plans for a new Centre for Well-Being and give us your feedback.  On April 19th 2016 from 4pm to 6pm at 345 Wale Road. LIght refreshments provided.

Subscribe to RSS - Vollunteer Opportunity
Better at home is funded by the Government of BC and managed by the United Way. It is designed to support seniors to remain independent in their home. Better at Home is a community based model which utilises both volunteer and professional service providers. All seniors living in Langford, Colwood and Metchosin can request a Better at Home service. Better at Home provides seniors with support for simple day to day tasks and this helps them maintain their independence and stay connected with their community.