Power To Play 2017 winners riding the waves of success

Power To Play racers are more than familiar with getting drenched for a good cause, but last month a number of racers got drenched for a good time. Find out why and learn about our upcoming fundraising events.

Supporters hit the slopes for Power To Be

Connecting to nature on a SnowCat skiing adventure is rewarding and exhilarating, but add in a bit of philanthropy and swooshing through thigh-deep powder takes on a whole new importance. Find out why.  

CIBC Foundation invests in access to adventure

Nature beckons from Prospect Lake where spring is taking over and our plans for transitioning the former golf course into our permanent home are blossoming. CIBC Children’s Foundation has heard nature beckoning and recently announced a contribution of $200,000 to support our plans.

The foundations of great space

With the support of the Victoria Foundation and the Community Foundations of Canada Community Fund for Canada’s 150th the patio at Prospect Lake has been transformed into a welcoming hub for gathering and launching into nature.

Drown The Noise with Tim Cormode

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.

Video: Nature for all

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.

Combining core values to achieve a shared goal

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.  

Still inspiring us

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.

Power To Be and the Festival of Lights

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!

Together we can change the status quo

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.