From where we started to what lies ahead, Executive Director Tim Cormode shares insight into Power To Be with Andrea Lynett from Drown the Noise.
Great work is happening, and change is indeed possible. We are honoured to be one of many showcased in this inspiring national campaign video highlighting the engaging work being done in Canada to get children and youth outside.
Raising funds to support youth, The Yellow Bus Foundation is helping small charities have a big impact. Find out how this Toronto-based foundation supports Power To Be.
Ted Rogers, founder of Rogers Communications, was inducted into Canada’s Walk of Fame for his inspirational contributions in Business and Entrepreneurship. Find out why Power To Be is celebrating this recognition.
It's beginning to feel festive around here! Visit the Festival of Trees at The Bay Centre in Victoria to see nature ornaments handmade by our participants until Jan. 2, 2018!
For nearly 20 years, we've adapted our approach to ensure people living with a barrier or disability have access to inclusive adventures rooted in nature. Nathan and his family are among the 1,200+ participants we will support this year through programs the adapt to participant needs. Watch their story.
Two Wilderness School alumni are among the 150 Ted Rogers Scholarship youth recipients this year. Find out how their experience with Power To Be helped them set their post-secondary focus.
Easy access to the water is a new experience for many participants, one that Power To Be is proud to offer thanks to the support of Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC.
For Power To Be, as for so many other fans of the iconic Canadian band, the news The Tragically Hip front man had passed away was personal. Find out how the band's generosity connected our community to the sound and spirit of Canadian music.
Check out the 2017 edition of Victoria's Vital Signs to read insight from individuals and organizations throughout Greater Victoria on efforts to make this city more inclusive.