UPCOMING EVENTS

 

VOLUNTEER CONFERENCE

Cowichan Spirit of Volunteering

Friday, Oct 13, 2017

Ramada Conference Centre

9 am to 3pm

Phone to register

250 715-6481

 

 


 

To Donate
Become a Member
Membership Type
Become a Volunteer

Supported Transportation

Volunteer as often as you like. Make it once per week, Once per month, how often you accept a ride is up to you.  This program offers rides to medical appointments for seniors who no longer drive.

 

Meals on Wheels

Deliver hot and nutritious meals to seniors.  Openings for holiday relief work are available.

 

To Register to become a volunteer contact:

Vicki Holman
Executive Director
250 715-6481

cscfoundation@shaw.ca

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Community Partners

 Cowichan Seniors Network - Like minded community organizations serving seniors meet on a quarterly basis to review programs, discuss gaps and challenges in services and learn from each others experiences.  Members include: Volunteer Cowichan and the Better at Home program, Clements Centre,Cowichan Community Policing, Cowichan Family Caregivers Support Society

 

Eldercare Project in Cowichan - Aging with cultural safety, opportunity and choice.  Multiple community partners in the health and community services sectors are working together to address the health and wellbeing of seniors to keep them safe and supported at the home of their choice in order to decrease visits to hospital emergency rooms and lower hospitalizations.

 

Cowichan Valley Regional District - The Regional District is a partner of the Supported Transportation Program.

 

Cowichan Community Health Network - Our Cowichan Communities Health Network includes diverse individuals, groups and organizations. We facilitate connections for good health in our communities.  Our common ground is the Workd Health Organziation's 12 Key Determinants of Health. 

For good health, people need more than good health care; they also need adequate income, employment, education, social connections and healthy places to live.  In fact, all 12 determinants interact and affect health. By considering the whole picture and working together, all citizens of Cowichan communityies can enjoy better health.

Website: www.ourcchn.ca

Regional Facilitator Cindy Lise

 

 

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Cowichan Seniors Community Foundation
135 Third Street, Duncan, B.C. V9L 1R9
Phone: (250) 715-6481   |   Fax: (250) 746-8819
Email: Cowichan Seniors Community