In a world where many people hear the word no more than they hear yes, Power To Be is changing the conversation around accessible adventures. Find out how in the latest edition of Capital Magazine.
10 kilometres, 15 challenges and 40 teams added up to a record-breaking Power To Play Victoria. Culminating in a race on Sunday, May 29 at Elk/Beaver Lake Park, 40 teams raised a record-breaking $202,000 in support of Power To Be’s inclusive adventures rooted in nature.
For Scott Heron, the only thing better than catching a wave was watching his daughter catch her own. Part of an adaptive family surf trip, he describes the experience as powerful because, "To show her there are abilities and possibilities to do things together with the assistance of a group like Power To be is just amazing."
Check out the Saanich News to read more on the story of Power To Be's new program hub.
Accessible outdoor recreation has a new lease on life today thanks to a partnership between Power To Be and the Steele family to transform the former Prospect Lake Golf Course into an accessible recreation hub.
Building on 15 years of sharing the stories of Vancouver Island, Dana Hutchings is joining the team at Power To Be to help guide the non-profit’s advancement and communications efforts.
Power To Be’s Executive Director Tim Cormode shared insights into where the organization came from and what the vision is for the future in the winter edition of YOUR Magazine.
The fourth annual Power To Play Vancouver raised a record-breaking $240,000 in support of Power To Be’s accessible recreation programs in Vancouver and Victoria.
From the greens to an inspiring reception and fundraising campaign, the ninth annual Power To Golf Charity Classic raised a record-breaking $261,000 in support of Power To Be.
Power To Be talks to the North Shore News about opening its first official office space in North Vancouver, supporting program opportunities offered in the area for a decade.