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BBBS Day Purple

Were you seeing purple on September 18th? Some of Vancouver's most prominent landmarks were lit up in purple to support Big Brothers Big Sisters Day. To check out all of the purple splendour across Canada, search the hashtag #imagineBBBS on your social media. 

Thank you to everyone who made it out to our Flag Raising Ceremony at the Langley City Hall! Our flag was raised in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters month, and to bring awareness of our agency to the Langley community. We genuinely appreciate the presence of our local politicians, MP John Aldag, Councillor Rudy Storteboom, and Mayor Ted Schaffer, and other prominent members of our community at this event.

  Bayfield Scholarship Presentation  

Congratulations to Catherine Gai, the recipient of our very first Bayfield Mortgage Professionals scholarship! Catherine will be pursuing degrees in Science at UBC beginning in the fall. Thank you so much to Gord Wintrup at Bayfield for offering this scholarship to the amazing teen volunteer mentors at our agency!


Rob & 7 Littles

We're so happy that Rob Ross, our longest-standing volunteer at over 40 years with our agency, was just recognized as one of Shaw's 50 Outstanding Canadians! Read more about all of the Outstanding Canadians here and about the work Rob has done with our agency here. Way to go, Rob!

11-Oct-2017 - 06-Dec-2017, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Timms Community Centre


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School's Out Funding is provided to ensure that children have access to quality programs and opportunities that address their developmental needs in safe spaces. United Way's School's Out grant will support programs that make a measurable difference in the lives of school-aged children (ages 6 - 12). We are so thankful to have received this multi-year funding for our Go Girls & Game On programs. These funds will go to maintain existing partnerships as well as to grow the partnerships to other schools and community partners. These funds give sustainability to programs that are growing exponentially in the last year. The demand for our group programs has far exceeded our expectations over the last year. 


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