Power To Be recently teamed up with BC Parks to deliver a TrailRider workshop which allowed their staff the opportunity to learn more about accessibility and inclusion in the outdoors.
On Friday, July 12th, Power To Be hosted our very first Nature Gala, an annual fundraising event to help support Power To Be’s inclusive adventure programming. Formally known as Power To Golf, this year’s event featured fine dining, a silent auction, and a musical performance from award-winning singer Sarah McLachlan, and was truly a milestone in Power To Be’s fundraising efforts.
Last week, Robinson’s Outdoor Store celebrated its 90th anniversary; an exciting moment for the family-run business that has been providing outdoor enthusiasts across Vancouver Island with a variety of specialized gear since 1929. The store is iconic in the Victoria area and holds a special place in the hearts of everyone involved in 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.
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.