Two Wilderness School alumni were among the 120 students who took part in the 2017 Students On Ice Expedition. Find out how the adventure connected them to culture and climate change.
Empowering youth to get their hands dirty, Power To Be and Evergreen BC inspire participants to give back to their community by educating them on the importance of environmental restoration. Find out how.
Tree saplings helped participants connect to our Prospect Lake program site thanks to a donation from TimberWest. Learn more about the landscapes they contributed to.
Find out how a trip to B.C.'s remote Desolation Sound brought Power To Be families closer to nature and each other thanks to the generous support of Pacific Yellowfin Charters.
Program volunteers are an integral support to the participants during all the activities that we do. To support them, Power To Be provides an annual Volunteer Spring Training weekend where active program volunteers can deepen their adaptive skill sets. Find out what they learned.
Youth from Power To Be’s Wilderness School took to the trails on two wheels thanks to a partnership with Nolan Riding. Find out this opportunity helped connect participants to a new kind of adventure.
We take adventure seriously. Read more about our annual staff training to practice our skills to help our participants explore in nature.
From the trails to Mount Everest Base Camp to the paved route of the Times Colonist 10K, three Victoria organizations are raising awareness of a versatile piece of equipment that makes adventures accessible for people living in the Capital Regional District.
Power To Be would like to sincerely thank our incredible group of volunteers who go above and beyond every day to tirelessly support our events, our programs and ultimately help to provide the best experience possible for our participants.
It’s been said this is the rainiest spring in Vancouver since they’ve started recording the weather. No doubt this would deter many a folk from venturing outside for some time in nature, but the group from Canucks Autism Network were up for the adventure and we were glad to make it happen.