SVP Vancouver is honoured to have worked with more than 57 local non-profits, investing over $6 million dollars in grants, plus countless hours of volunteer time and professional expertise since 2001.
Adoptive Families Association of B.C.
Adoptive Families Association of B.C. has been providing education, service and support to BC families, children, youth and professionals connected to adoption and government care for over 30 years. Read More »
Athletics for Kids
Athletics for Kids aims to support children who cannot participate in sports or recreational activities due to financial barriers. Read More »
Can You Dig It
Can You Dig It tackles the challenge of social isolation for individuals living with developmental disabilities through gardening. Read More »
Growing Chefs! gets kids excited about good, healthy food by bringing local chefs into elementary school classrooms. Read More »
KidSafe provides nurturing safe havens for vulnerable inner-city children when schools are traditionally closed. Read More »
Power To Be
Power To Be offers inclusive adventure-based recreation activities for people living with a barrier or disability through their Adaptive Recreation and Wilderness School. Read More »
Social Diversity for Children Foundation
Social Diversity for Children provides quality education and learning programs to empower children with disabilities, serving to lower the stigma about disabilities by engaging students in a community of support at the peer-to-peer level. Read More »
Sole Food Street Farms
Sole Food transforms vacant urban land in Vancouver into street farms that grow artisan quality fruits and vegetables, while employing unemployed and hard-to-employ individuals from the DTES. Read More »
Take a Hike Youth At-Risk Foundation
Take A Hike is a full-time alternative education program that engages at-risk youth through a unique combination of adventure-based learning, academics, therapy, and community involvement. Read More »
F.O.R.C.E. (Families Organized for Recognition and Care Equality) promotes child and youth mental health and provides families with information and skills on how to manage their child’s worries and anxiety. Read More »
Yo Bro Youth Initiative
Yo Bro Youth Initiative delivers unique resiliency-based programs to youth in the Lower Mainland at risk of becoming involved in gangs or drugs. Read More »
Zero Ceiling Society of Canada
Zero Ceiling Society of Canada provides at-risk and homeless youth from Vancouver and the Sea to Sky Corridor an opportunity to experience mountain life through adventure based learning programs. Read More »
In addition to the non-profits profiled above, SVP Vancouver has provided financial and non-financial assistance to a range of non-profits providing programs and services to vulnerable populations including:
Atira Women’s Resources, BC Aboriginal Child Care Society, Brittania Community Services Centre, Canadian Mental Health, Children of the Street, Chrysalis Society, Coast Foundation, Coast Landscaping, Crisis Intervention & Suicide Prevention, Developmental Disabilities Association, Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre, Dress for Success, EMBERS, Family Services of Greater Vancouver, Fast Track to Employment, Just Beginnings Florist, Kettle Friendship Society, Learning Disabilities Association, National Trust Sports Fund, Odd Squad Productions, PEERS, PoCoMo Youth Services Society, Potluck Café Society, Quest Outreach Society, Stölo Heritage, Tradeworks Training, United We Can, Vancouver Women’s Health Collective, Women’s Recovery Support Project.