How to Help
Donate to the NSDCR Foundation:
Your donation to the NSDRC Foundation supports the programs and services of the
North Shore Disability Resource Centre Association.
The NSDRC Foundation was created in 2005 for the purposes of cultivating resources and securing assets for the programs and services of the NSDRC Association. It received a Certificate of Incorporation on May 13, 2005 and was registered as a foundation on June 28, 2005. The NSDRC Foundation is a charitable organization registered with the Canada Revenue Agency (835397746RR0001).
Donations made to the NSDRC Foundation support the programs and services of the North Shore Disability Resource Centre (NSDRC)Association, which serve people with disabilities of any age, their families, caregivers, and supports. The NSDRC Association was formed in 1976, and is a British Columbia registered non-profit society.
Donations to the NSDRC Foundation are gratefully accepted from individuals, families and corporations. Donations over $20.00 receive a tax receipt and can be one-time, monthly or left as a legacy. Donations of securities or mutual funds can also be made.
Donations may be made securely online at CanadaHelps.org, and through the NSDRC office at 3158 Mountain Hwy, North Vancouver, V7K 2H5.
Should you have any questions, please contact Ross MacMillan at the North Shore Disability Resource Centre: 604-985-5371 or email@example.com.
Volunteer for the NSDRC Association
The NSDRC supports volunteers in several different NSDRC Association programs, services, workshops and events. Interested? Check out the opportunities below or contact Daniel at 604.985.5371 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Peer Volunteer opportunities in Community Based Services
Peer Volunteers assist in staffed programs like arts, sports, cooking, or life skills with children and youth in your community. These positions offer flexibility and enjoyment, in 1-1 and group settings with children and/or youth. Pick the programs that interest you most!
Flexible volunteer hours are available weekdays 3pm – 6pm and weekend days. Peer Volunteers are asked to commit 3-6 hours/week for 3 months.
Minimum volunteer age of 15. An interview followed by a Criminal Record check will be required. (The Criminal Record check is free and we’ll show you how to do it online)
To apply, please complete the application form below.
If you have questions, call Tanya at 604-904-4095.