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200-324 Goldstream Avenue. This event is open to the public.

Coldest Night of the Year is a National walk that happens every year in February to raise money for charities serving people who are experiencing hurt, hunger and homelessness. In 2020 over 700 people walked with us and raised $75,000.  Walk with us on February 26, 2022 – there’s a place for everyone!

 

 

Victoria Royals Logo

Join us for a fun afternoon and cheer on the Victoria Royals as they take on the Vancouver Giants!

Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre  - Sun March 1st, 2020 @ 3:05 pm 

We have DISCOUNTED TICKETS! 
$15 each or 4 for $50 
GET THEM WHILE YOU CAN! 

Text 250-208-0728 for TICKETS or pick up at PCFSA, Suite 200-324 Goldstream Ave.

Your ticket supports reduced wait times.

OFFICES IN COLWOOD,  LANGFORD AND SOOKE
WWW.PCFSA.ORG
250-478-8357

Since 1968, PCFSA has been promoting dignity and quality of life for families and individuals across Greater Victoria, especially on the West Shore, through education...

Walk with us on the Coldest Night of the Year 2020

Pacific Centre Family Services Association (PCFSA) and Our Place Society have partnered for an amazing community event in the Westshore. You’re invited to participate in Canada’s National Walk for Homelessness - Coldest Night of the Year on Saturday, February 22, 2020.

Join us for the Teddy Bear Toss Night - VICTORIA ROYALS game as they take on the Seattle Thunderbirds!

Save-On-Foods Memorial Arena on Sat, Dec 7th, 2019 @ 7:05pm

Pacific Centre Family Services has 100 DISCOUNT TICKETS!

At only $15 per ticket or 4 for $50, it is an awesome deal and you can support a local charity at the same time.

Text 250-208-0728 TO ORDER YOUR TICKETS NOW, or pick up at PCFSA, Suite 200-324 Goldstream Ave.

PDF icon Download ROYALS Tickets Dec 7.pdf (215.74 KB)

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Better at Home West Shore invites seniors to a learning session: Refresh your driving skills for today's traffic

Sheila Fiorin of Roadmasters Safety Group will cover a wide range of skills:

  • Road markings-White/Yellow line and signage
  • Driving with two feet
  • School Zone changes
  • Shoulder Checks
  • Right of Way Situations-what is a right of way?
  • Improper Left turn-Wheel position making a left turn
  • Slower reaction time and decision making
  • Picking up passengers with consideration to mobile devices
  • Vehicle Care
  • Navigating new Bike Lanes
  • Calming circles
  • New Routes

Join us at the Pacific Centre for...

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An 8-week group for girls attending middle school who are experiencing challenges to their quality of life.

The group will provide opportunities to receive social and emotional support while participating in creative activities.

Two intern facilitators will lead a themed and planned group each week, complete with art activities, grounding exercises, and discussion opportunities.

Girls will be supported to share their questions, hesitations, concerns, and successes within a safe and respectful environment.
 
When: 3:30 – 5:15 pm on Tuesdays, starting January 22nd until March 12th
Where...

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Pacific Centre Family Services will be at the Victoria Royals game on March 15th. We have DISCOUNT TICKETS for 75 lucky people to see the Victoria Royals take on the Everett Silvertips at the Save-On Foods Memorial Centre. $16 tickets can be purchased at the Pacific Centre for Wellbeing at 324 Goldstream Avenue in Colwood, or give us a call at 250-478-8357. Don’t delay in purchasing your tickets – these will sell fast!

The ticket sales are an important piece of Pacific Centre’s annual fundraising. We give our thanks to the Victoria Royals for their support and partnership – and a huge thank...

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We are honored to work on the unceded traditional L’Kwungen, Scia’new and T’Sou-ke Territory. We gratefully acknowledge and respect these peoples whose relationship to the land continues today.
The Shoebox Project for Women is a registered charity whose goal is to make the holiday season a little bit brighter for those impacted by homelessness who identify as women. Connecting with local shelters and community agencies, volunteers deliver shoeboxes filled with gifts graciously made by members of our community. Pacific Centre Family Services Association is grateful to be one of the recipients of these amazing shoeboxes. The Victoria Shoebox Project for Women is still looking for donations. Each shoebox is decorated and filled with approximately $50 worth of gifts and essentials as well as warm messages of support. Gifts can include items such as gift cards, cozy accessories, water bottles, sweet treats, body care, hair care, art supplies, and more. If you are interested in making a shoebox this holiday season, please visit the link below: https://www.shoeboxproject.ca/ways-to-give/make-a-shoebox If you are unable to make a shoebox but would still like to donate, you can do so here: https://shoeboxproject.kindful.com/?campaign=1149997