Our Beneficiaries

Atira Women’s Resource Society

Atira Women’s Resource Society is a social (not-for) profit organization committed to the work of ending violence against women and children, through safe supportive housing and related services.

Atira is also working to increase awareness of and education around the scope and impact on our communities of violence against women and children.

For more information, please visit our website: www.atira.bc.ca

Vancouver Japanese Language School

Established in 1906, VJLS-JH is a community centre dedicated to the promotion and preservation of Japanese language, culture, and arts.

We offer classes for pre-schoolers to adults, hold seasonal cultural events, hour several martial arts schools, and provide the use of our spacious facilities to local and outside groups.

For more information, please visit: www.vjls-jh.com

Covenant House Vancouver

As the first youth-focused social service agency in Vancouver, Covenant House Vancouver opened its doors in 1997 to provide love and hope to Vancouver’s street youth. We help youth aged 16-24 who have fled physical, emotional and/or sexual abuse, those who have been forced from their homes, or those who have aged out of foster care. When youth come to us for help, they are welcomed with unconditional love and absolute respect – often for the first time in their lives. Our goal is to empower these young people and support them as they work to build a brighter future.

For more information, please visit: www.covenanthousebc.org

Association of Women in Finance

Through the Golf for Good tournament we are raising funds to support and encourage young women to enter the field of finance through our bursary and scholarship program. The AWF currently offers thirteen scholarships at twelve post-secondary institutions: British Columbia Institute of Technology, Camosun College, Capitano University, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver Island University, Douglas Collage, Okanagan College, Royal Roads University, the University of the Fraser Valley, the University of Northern British Columbia and the University of British Columbia.

For more information on the AWF, or to donate today to our scholarship program, please visit: www.womeninfinance.ca

Vancouver Police Foundation

The Vancouver Police Foundation fosters partnerships with the public to enhance the Vancouver Police Department’s capacity to save lives, prevent crime and build safer communities.

For more information, please visit: www.vancouverpolicefoundation.org

Where the Money Goes
Atira Women’s Resource Society

Funds raised have been allocated to the programming at Canada’s first recycled shipping container project, which includes 12 recycled shipping containers turned into 12 fully self-contained housing units. The units are occupied with mentors who have life experience and roots in the Downtown Eastside and who are in a good place and able to provide mentorship to the young women living next door at Imouto Housing for Young Women, a program which provides temporary long term housing for homeless youth in the Downtown Eastside.

For more information about Atira, please visit: www.atira.bc.ca

Vancouver Japanese Language School

The funds raised by the tournament have been put towards our Heritage Renovation Project Capital Fundraising Campaign. This project is the green renovation of our 1928 Heritage Building to transform it into a licensed childcare facility with 65 licensed childcare spaces. In the spirit of health and outdoor play, the funds are specifically going towards the renovation of the outdoor playground.

For more information, please visit: www.vjls-jh.com

Covenant House Vancouver

Covenant House is grateful to participate in the Golf for Good tournament this year. Funds raised will support Covenant House’s Continuum of Care, which offers homeless and at-risk youth a clear exit from life on the streets. Our Community Support Services program is often the first point of contact for our youth workers to meet and start building relationships with our young people. This program features street outreach and a  drop-in centre where youth will find a warm and welcoming place to relax, and where they can access the supports they need. Our Residential Crisis Program provides 59 safe and warm beds, nutritious food, clothing and counselling. ‘Rights of Passage’, our supportive transitional living program, gives youth the chance to learn and practice new life skills, further their education, or expand their employment experiences to help them build a strong foundation for healthy independence.

For more information, please visit: www.covenanthousebc.org

Association of Women in Finance

Through the Golf for Good tournament we are raising funds to support and encourage young women to enter the field of finance through our bursary and scholarship program. The AWF currently offers scholarships at seven post-secondary institutions: British Columbia Institute of Technology, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver Island University, Douglas Collage, the University of the Fraser Valley and the University of British Columbia.

For more information on the AWF, or to donate today to our scholarship program, please visit: www.womeninfinance.ca

Vancouver Police Foundation

Through the vision of our founders, and the generous funding from our supporters, the Foundation has, to date, granted over $7 million towards ground-breaking outreach programs and innovative policing equipment. The Foundation also works to increase awareness of the everyday heroic actions of the men and women of the VPD.

For more information, please visit: www.vancouverpolicefoundation.org