From the waterfront to campsites nestled in the woods, a network of trails has opened up access to adventure at Power To Be’s program hub at Prospect Lake thanks to HeroWork. Find out how.
From opening circle at the start of a kayak adventure on Prospect Lake to sitting under the post-and-beam campfire structure that night sharing stories of the day, find out how HeroWork’s Radical Renovation for Power To Be is creating a space to connect in new ways.
Find out how foundation of community is taking shape at Power To Be’s Prospect Lake, as volunteers come together throughout July to complete Radical Renovations with HeroWork.
The new dock at Power To Be's program site is officially installed! Find out how this dock is creating access to water activities with Power To Be.
Business and sports communities came together to support accessible recreation June 15 with amazing results. Read more to learn about how the 11th annual Power To Golf will help ensure more participants can access nature this year.
On Sunday, May 28 at Elk/Beaver Lake Regional Park, 35 teams from Victoria’s business community competed in the charitable race Power To Play Victoria, presented by TD. Read more about this year's amazing event in support of Power To Be’s programs.
Gayle Robinson shares her giving credo and inspiration for being a long-term supporter of Power To Be's Wilderness School.
From all of us at Power To Be, thank you to all of the generous skiers and boarders and the great team at Mustang Powder for making Power To Ski possible. Learn more their support makes Power To Be programs possible.
Inclusion comes in many forms, and for Power To Be it is now rooted in a long-term home at Prospect Lake. Learn more about how connection to the land is building a sense of place.
For Power To Be, Helijet bridges the gap between our Victoria and Vancouver offices. Thanks to them, we are able to remain connected and focused as a team and dodge the sense of detachment that can occur with satellite offices. Find out how.