Victoria B.C.'s downtown community garden.
At YES we dedicate ourselves to helping youth and their families achieve their goals while respecting their individuality and recognizing their diverse and sometimes challenging needs. Our commitment to healthy lifestyle choices creates an atmosphere where youth can feel safe and supported as they progress toward their goals. We believe everyone should be treated with equality, dignity, respect, and acceptance.
Our garden contains 75 individually allocated boxes plus several community and non-profit beds.
The City of Victoria has established a family of neighbourhood communities, each geographically defined, as a means by which to reach out to its residents. The Rockland neighbourhood is one of twelve sibling communities and with a population count that places it among the smaller family members.
Established June 1993. Neighbours came together to oppose major rezoning applications in our area and looked for help from a community organization. We discovered this neighbourhood was unrepresented and Established the North Jubilee Neighbourhood Association.
The Vic West Food Security Collective is an action project resulting from the Victoria West Community Association 2003 Vision Project. The guiding principle of the Collective is community building.
Emmanuel invites all post secondary students to join us for a free dinner. If you want some good food and a few laughs with old and new friends come join us for dinner.
Everyone’s invited to our Community Dinners.

We gather every second month on the second Friday, from September to June, in a family-friendly setting.
At Quadra Village Community Centre we are committed to building community and personal capacity.
Building community is at the core of our business. Not only are we creating a sense of community in our group prep sessions, but we ​give​ ​back​ ​to​ ​our​ ​community​ ​by​ ​filling​ ​the​ ​church freezer​ ​with​ ​meals​ ​for​ ​families​ ​in​ ​need.