Victoria-based adventure seekers Chris and Heather are training for their longest run yet - and raising money for Power To Be along the way. Find out what inspires them and how you can support their efforts.
Power To Ride, a four-day and three-night mountain bike journey deep into the South Chilcotin Mountains brought supporters together to raise money for Power To Be, forge connections and challenge themselves in nature.
Power To Be participant Daniel Brachman presented flowers to the Duchess of Cambridge at the Royal Family Official Farewell ceremony in Victoria. Read more as he and his mom share the impact of the experience.
Every once in a while we get the opportunity to show a small token of our appreciation by giving back some of the incredible outdoor experiences our supporters help provide our participants throughout the year.
Our participants show us what is truly possible every time they overcome adversity and challenge themselves through Power To Be’s programs. They are able to do so with the generosity of donors and volunteers who ensure adventures in nature are an option for individuals and families in need of support in our community.
The rain didn’t slow the momentum for teams racing in Power To Play Vancouver 2015. More than 30 teams representing Vancouver businesses raced through Stanley Park Sept. 24 after raising $240,000 in support of Power To Be.
Surrounded by family, friends and the Power To Be community, Wilderness School youth celebrated all they have accomplished in the program over the past year. From surf trips to Tofino, summiting some of Vancouver Island’s highest peaks and kayaking the Gulf Islands, the youth were recognized for their dedication to leadership, positive social development and life skills fostered through outdoor adventure and education.
A perfect day on the links was a record-breaking success for Power To Golf, in support of Power To Be. The ninth annual tournament brought out notable leaders from Victoria and Vancouver’s business and sports communities. Together they raised $261,000 for Power To Be’s accessible outdoor recreation programs.
Surrounded by more than 1,000 people at the No Barriers Summit, Program Manager Carinna Kenigsberg couldn’t help but think of the feeling she gets from being on program with Power To Be.
Participants, community partners, supporters and volunteers gathered to celebrate Power To Be’s move to North Vancouver. The open house showcased inclusive nature-based program opportunities available in the community.