All Programs

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Families & Youth 

Creative Playtime (for parents and caregivers of children 0-5 years of age) 

Out of School Care (Children 5-10 years of age) 

West Coast Child Care Resource Society Caregiver- Child Drop-in 

Single Mothers’ Support Group 

West End Family Night 

West End Families in Action 

Spring Break and Summer Day Camps (Children 5-12 years of age) 

Special Family Workshops and Events 

United for Organics Co-op

English Conversation Circle 

Community Lunches 

Qi Gong 

Yoga

Fresh Start (Youth) 

MVP Drop-In Art Program (Youth) 

UBC Legal Advice Program

Free Counselling

United for Organics Co-op

Community Income Tax Program

Special Presentations & Events

Seniors Poker

Seniors

Follow the links for more information on each program.

Monthy Seniors Brochure 

Seniors’ Lounge

Seniors’ Out-trips 

Scissor Fairy 

Seniors’ Advisory Committee 

Community Lunches

Rainbow Soup Social

Yoga 

Qi Gong

UBC Legal Advice Program

Free Counselling

United for Organics Co-op

English Conversation Circle

Community Income Tax Program

Special Presentations & Events

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The Clean Team

A partnership between the West End Business Improvement Association  and Gordon Neighbourhood House, the Clean Team works on Davie, Denman, and Robson streets performing general commercial sidewalk/street cleaning, 3-1-1 illegal dumping reports, graffiti removal, power washing and leaf removal, as well as poster and sticker removal.

An essential part of the Clean Team’s work involves the recording and tracking of their findings in the form of a litter audit. This information will be used towards working with the community to create a long-term strategy for keeping our streets litter-free. The ultimate goal of the Clean Team, therefore, is litter prevention.

Keep an eye out for the Clean Team and be sure to say hi!

Neighbourhood Small Grants

The Neighbourhood Small Grants program is based on a simple but powerful idea — when people feel a sense of connection to their neighbourhood, a sense of belonging, they are more likely to be engaged in activities that make it a better place. And when people are active in the life of their neighbourhood, our communities are strengthened from the ground up. With funding from the Vancouver Foundation, a Resident Advisory Committee at Gordon Neighbourhood House awards small grants of up

to $500 (and up to two grants of $1,000 in each neighbourhood) for projects initiated and undertaken by residents of the downtown peninsula. The Greenest City Neighbourhood Small Grants program operates in tandem with Neighbourhood Small Grants to support projects that align with the City of Vancouver’s Greenest City 2020 Action Plan. These small grants are funded by the Vancouver Foundation and the City of Vancouver’s Greenest City 2020 Fund.

For more information please contact Jim Balakshin at jim@gordonhouse.org.

Everyone 

Follow the links for more information.

Community Lunches

Urban Farming 

Community Herb Gardens

United for Organics Co-op 

Rainbow Soup Social

Free Counselling 

UBC Legal Advice Program  

Community Income Tax Program 

English Conversation Circle

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Yoga

Qi Gong

Please check our online calendar for any updates.

Contact us at welcome@gordonhouse.org