The Camp runs from July 3rd – August 25th, Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, and is open to all youth who qualify through MCFD – CYSN Burnaby and New West. The cost of the camp is $60 per week.
The weekly activities are:
Week 1: Around The World
Week 2: Camp Olympia
Week 3: Adventure Club
Week 4: Gnarly Arts
Week 5: Jungle Quest
Week 6: Splash Dunk
Week 7: Science Trek
Week 8: Summer Daze
For more information, check out the poster below.
If you are interested in registering for a two to four week period, please fill out this Registration package and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions, please call 604-366-9434.
Some experts believe that 80% of our essential life skills are learned before age 6. These shape our core values and beliefs about how we treat others and how we view ourselves.
So this month, we recognize the importance of child care to families, and honour the Early Childhood Educators who provide young children a caring and safe place where they can create, explore and learn.
Learn more about the current focus of our Advocacy Committee.
For more information, please contact email@example.com
Join us for an important conversation about Basic Income for people with disabilities. It will be sparked and guided by our very special guest and Canadian champion for Basic Income — former Senator Hugh Segal.Our musical guests, m’girl — an ensemble of indigenous women — will start the evening by singing and drumming in celebration of life, love and harmony.
Please see the flyer below for more details, and click on this link to register.
This FREE event is for everyone interested in gathering in the spirit of collaboration and learning. If you are inspired to propel everyone toward full economic citizenship, you won’t want to miss this.
Join us in making the next 60 years even better than the last!
As Jill says, “We’re all a part of the community. We’re all here to help each other out — whether we have a disability or not. ”
We were amazed at how many wonderful stories of giving emerged. Won’t you join us in giving back to your friends, family, co-workers and community too?
Check out our Giving Tree page for ideas of daily things to do, or visit our real Giving Tree at Still Creek Centre, 2702 Norland Avenue.
Keep us posted on what you’ve done! Leave a quick note at the Giving Tree, or Tweet it out via #BACIgives
More information on the the issue can be found here.
Hosted by the Burnaby Board of Trade and the City of Burnaby, this award recognizes the “organization that has made an outstanding contribution to the Burnaby community and its citizens, and in doing so has made Burnaby a better place to live, work and play.”
At the Awards event, BACI Executive Director Tanya Sather thanked the BBOT for recognizing non-profits as a key part of the thriving Burnaby economy, and recognized the other nominees for the great work that they do. She also thanked Mayor Corrigan and the City of Burnaby for their Social Sustainability Plan and their Pillar of Inclusion that demonstrates their shared value “to create a society that includes all people.”
Tanya recognized BACI’s long-standing history and support to individuals with developmental disabilities, and the contributions of the many people who make BACI the great organization that it is – individuals, families, staff, Board members, and community partners.
For more details on the award, please see our media release.