UPCOMING EVENTS

 

4TH ANNUAL ONLINE AUCTION

May 19 - May 26, 2017


 

 


 

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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NON PROFIT SOCIETIES — SENIOR SERVICES


COWICHAN FAMILY CAREGIVERS SUPPORT SOCIETY
Jodie McDonald,Executive Director
1 Kenneth Pl., Duncan, BC V9L 5G3
Phone: 250–597-0886
Email: info@familycaregiverssuppport.org
Web: www.familycaregiverssupport.org
We support family caregivers through:
• Support groups
• One-on-one support
• Counselling
• Advocacy
• Information and referral


COWICHAN INTERCULTURAL SOCIETY-
Immigrant Welcome Centre

Phone: 250–748–3112
Web: www.cis-iwc.org

Programming for seniors, families and youth, including a monthly elders group (Golden Connections).


COWICHAN VALLEY HOSPICE SOCIETY

3122 Gibbins Rd., Duncan, BC V9L 1G2
Phone: 250–701–4242
Toll Free: 1-888-701-4242
Email: cvhospice@shaw.ca
Web: www.cowichanvalleyhospice.org
Staff and trained volunteers offer emotional support and resources to those who have an advancing illness, their family and friends, and those grieving the loss of a loved one.

ST. JOHN AMBULANCE

Patricia Threlfall, Branch Manager
205–169 Craig St., Duncan, BC V9L 1V8
Phone: 250–746–4058
Email: cowichan@bc.sja.ca
St. John Ambulance provides first aid and CPR training for the public and sells first aid kits. Our Brigade volunteers provide many hours of patient care in the community. We also support a Youth Brigade and Therapy Dog program.

St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program provides visits to Care Facilities. Dogs are non-judgemental, calm the distressed, lower blood pressure and put smiles on faces. For further information please call the office.



VOLUNTEER COWICHAN
1 Kenneth Place, Duncan, BC V9L 5G3
Phone: 250–748–2133
Email: vc@volunteercowichan.bc.ca
Web: www.volunteercowichan.bc.ca
 

Cowichan Region Better At Home
Email: info@crbetterathome.ca
Web: www.cowichanregionbetterathome.ca

Program offered through Volunteer Cowichan, assisting seniors with simple non medical, day-to-day tasks to continue to live independently in their own homes. We offer:
• Friendly Visiting
• Light Housekeeping
• Light Yard Work
• Grocery Shopping
• Minor Home Repair and Maintenance

There is a cost for most services and some are free depending on a person's income level. 


SUL'HWEEN BETTER AT HOME
Stella Johnny, Sul'hween Better At Home Coordinator
5768 Allenby Rd., Duncan, BC V9L 5J1
Phone: 250-746-6184 ext 333
Email: Stella.Johnny@cowichantribes.com

Services provide by volunteers:
Yardwork, Light house work, Small Household repairs, Friendly visits.
Please contact if you are interested in volunteering or need assistance.

 

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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