In early April, a cat-ski adventure with over 40 of our supporters was held at Mustang Powder in the Monashee mountains near Revelstoke, B.C., with proceeds going to programs. This event is a chance for supporters of Power To Be to deepen their understanding of what we do, while pushing their own limits out in nature.
On Wednesday, June 12th Power To Be will be hosting The Summit Collective, an all day workshop event to meet with like-minded outdoor industry leaders to deepen our connection to nature, enhance our facilitation skills and leverage our resource sh...
On Sunday, May 26 at Elk/Beaver Lake Regional Park, 36 teams competed in the 10th Annual Power To Play Victoria. This action packed team-building adventure race lead teams through an epic 10 kilometre course, made up of 15 challenges, all in suppo...
As Power To Be gears up for a busy season of programs at its Prospect Lake site, we were honoured to have Dola Dube, Executive Assistant of the Norgaard Foundation, come and present $50,000 to support our Wilderness School. She was joined by Mega...
We have submitted a rezoning application to Saanich to ask for a change of use to allow supervised camping at our Prospect Lake site beyond the current temporary use permit. Camping programs are pivotal for Power To Be as they provide our participants a safe space to build confidence, learn new skills, and deepen their appreciation for nature.
Our main office will be located at 107-1208 Wharf Street in downtown Victoria.
We were honoured to have two Victoria-area Canadian Tire store owners and the Jumpstart Charities Regional Manager join us at Prospect Lake for a tour and celebration of Parasport Jumpstart Fund’s commitment of $100,000 toward Power To Be Adaptive Recreation programs.
We like to think outside the box - on program and in our partnerships. Find out where our latest partnership with Helijet is taking us.
At Power To Be we are honoured and humbled by the number of family funds and foundations that support us including, most recently, the Chris Allan Legacy Fund. Find out why this family supports inclusive adventures.
Most trainers don’t wear costumes and eat pizza while in the gym, but on Nov. 23, at Innovative Fitness Victoria, the usual rules were set aside for the second annual Train the Trainer. Find out how this event raised $10,600 for Power To Be programs.