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Power To Be’s Quarterly Impact Report – Q2 2022

This past quarter has been full of collaboration and connection for Power To Be. We have been bringing our community together to appreciate all that nature has to offer by pursuing new program structures that cater to learning, connection, and growth. We are excited to continue to bring people together through a shared passion for the outdoors.
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Power To Be’s Quarterly Impact Report – Q1 2022

The new year brought new opportunities to Power To Be! In addition to bringing our community together to enjoy all that nature has to offer, we’ve been working on expanding the accessibility of our programs and the reach of our resources with the support of our incredible partners. Be sure to check out all of the adventures, collaborations, and impact that happened in Q1 at Power To Be!
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Power To Be’s Quarterly Impact Report – Q4 2021

As we wrapped up 2021, we were thrilled to engage with our community in new ways and share rich stories of the impact of Power To Be. Check out the final quarterly impact report of 2021 as we reflect on the year, and share stories about our community, our initiatives, and our impact.
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Power To Be’s Quarterly Impact Report – Q3 2021

What a summer it was! At Power To Be, our team was incredibly excited to deliver an array of programming to our community and spend some time paddling, hiking, camping, and soaking up the sun. With volunteers jumping back in to support in person, exciting new partnerships taking place, and another amazing event, this summer was one to remember!
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Power To Be’s Quarterly Update – Q2 2021

It was an action-packed spring at Power To Be, and we ramped up our programs and offered new opportunities to experience the magic of the outdoors. We are excited to continue offering adventures that bring our community together in the spirit of nature and inclusion. Check out all the excitement that happened during Q2, and learn more about our programs, our events, our supporters, and our impact!
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Power To Be’s Quarterly Update – Q1 2021

As we embarked on a brand new year, already many memories, exploration, and milestones have taken place. This quarter we continued exploring nature with our community through virtual programs, family bubble programs, and one-on-one adventures. With progress in our new build at Prospect Lake, and with Power To Summit and a Spring store launch just around the corner, we can't wait for all of the incredible opportunities on the horizon. We invite you to keep reading and soak up all the inspiration, creativity, and energy that fills Power To Be.
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Bell Let’s Talk supports Power To Be’s Mental Health programming

At Power To Be, we understand the interconnectedness of our experiences in nature and its correlation to mental health and wellbeing. Programming focused around mental health and wellbeing has never been more important or requested than it is today. It is thanks to funders like Bell: Let’s Talk that make these types of programs possible for our community.
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Power To Be’s Quarterly Update – Q4 2020

Power To Be is excited to present our final quarterly update of 2020. Find out how we ended the final months of the year as we continued to hold safe spaces for connection, hosted an exciting virtual concert, and found fun ways to support our community during the holiday season. See the impact of Power To Be, find out what's new with our organization, and explore what's coming up!
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Spreading Cheer with Holiday Hampers

During the holiday season, the Power To Be team, with donations from local supports, had a lot of fun making some pretty neat holiday dreams come true! Thank you to everyone who helped make this year's Holiday Hamper project a great success!
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Working towards an ‘Accessibility Guarantee’ with BC Parks

Power To Be works closely with the Parks Sector to collectively forward the notion of inclusion. One of the ways we do that is through our involvement with the BC Parks Accessibility Advisory Committee. We work alongside other regional non-profits working with people with diverse needs.