Values: CW4WAfghan members believe that individuals, as global citizens, working in solidarity and with integrity of purpose and action, can affect positive change in the world through education and the promotion of social justice and human rights.
Mission: Canadians taking action, in partnership with Afghan women, towards improving conditions of human rights, ending women's oppression, and providing opportunities for Afghan women to live their lives with dignity, certainty and purpose.
We are an evangelical youth ministry that believes effective children's and youth work is built around relationships.
We serve in partnership with local churches to provide holistic youth resources for children and young people. Within all of our groups we want children and young people to discover the good news of Jesus as they explore the Bible. We publish a monthly prayer calendar for Campaigners that is emailed to interested prayer partners in Canada, USA, the UK and Northern Ireland.
Our mandate is to build a neighbourhood of strata-titled housing for seniors that is affordable, environmentally friendly, and socially/culturally supportive, allowing people to flourish through mutual support as they age in place and in community.
The purpose of the Sooke Region Literacy Project is to build community and help people in the Sooke Region achieve the sense of empowerment that goes along with literacy. Our community development work is aimed at enhancing, coordinating and creating literacy programs in the Sooke Region, from East Sooke to Port Renfrew, making sure that everyone has access to the learning opportunities they need to fulfill their full potential.
The Library's mission is to enrich lives and communities through universal access to knowledge, lifelong learning, and literacy. The Sooke Branch of the Vancouver island Regional Library (VIRL) provides programs, information and support. We have free access computers and helpful staff. Come visit us at 2065 Anna Marie Road, Sooke, B.C.
The Otter Point, Shirley and Jordan River Resident and Ratepayers Association (OPSRRA), a non-profit organization established in 1992, represents about 400 residents from these three small, unincorporated communities west of Sooke, British Columbia
Otter Point, Shirley and Jordan River are three separate rural communities west of Sooke, B.C. (formally recognized by the Capital Regional District in 1995).
Horseshoes is an activity for all ages from youth to seniors. You can play just for fun or join an organized leqgue and play for competitive events. We will provide free lessons for anyone who wishes to learn the art of pitching horsehoes. Please check out our new website!