For an easy break from the everyday, and to experience one of the adventures enjoyed by Power To Be’s participants, check out Charlie’s Trail. It is an enjoyable walk in the woods on the campus of Royal Roads University in Victoria.
By looking at the interests of our Power To Be community we started to see how we can take the notion that Everyone Belongs in Nature and expand it beyond our programs.
During Mike’s time as Chair of the Board we have seen enormous growth at Power To Be and he has been integral to the important advances we have made.
From program and administrative volunteers to board and committee members, hundreds of people serve Power To Be with their time, energy, and generous hearts each year.
Liam Zahara, a member of our Vancouver Fundraising Committee, a Power To Play racer, and an advocate of our mission, is challenging himself in the Sinister 7 Ultra Marathon this July. Read below to see what he has to say about this exciting mental and physical journey and how he’s connecting it to Power To Be.
Have A Go Days are drop-in events open to anyone interested in learning more about Power To Be, including our current participants, families, community members, or individuals interested in getting involved with our programs.
Gary is a supporter of our adaptive recreation programs. Learn more about why we are grateful to have him in our community.
Nevin and Elaine make an impact at Power To Be supporting our programs and events. Learn more about why we are grateful to have them in our community.
Where the forest meets the sea is where you will find Cates Park in North Vancouver. The largest waterfront park in the district, it is part of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation. Find out why we like to adventure there.
When you’re on the climbing wall, it can feel like it’s just you and the challenge ahead. That sense of independence comes from the support of a community though. Find out who Power To Be, Canucks Autism Network and MEC partnered to help make climbing more inclusive.