With your help, we can make a difference to the lives of people with intellectual disabilities
I invite you to share in the gift of giving and ask you to support our Reach for the Sun campaign. This summer fundraising campaign is celebrating its 29th anniversary. The campaign’s contributions have made a difference in the lives of children, youth and adults with intellectual disabilities in our community. The generosity of our donors has helped us raise over $147,500 over the last 28 years. On behalf of the people we support and their families, I am grateful for our community’s contributions.
Our goal this year is to raise $10,000. Community Living Victoria will ensure that 100 percent of your gift goes to the people we support. Click on the ‘Make a Donation’ button below where you can donate directly and immediately print your tax receipt.
Thank you for your continued support and have a safe and happy holiday season.
President, the Foundation
Who we are
On December 16, 1955, a group of dedicated parents founded what is now called Community Living Victoria (CLV). Today, as the largest non-profit community living service provider on Vancouver Island, Community Living Victoria provides a range of support services to children, youth and adults with intellectual disabilities and their families.
Our work is guided by our values, experience and history and draws from strong roots in the community. Community Living Victoria recognizes the rights of everyone to have a full range of life choices, including access to education, affordable and appropriate housing, leisure options, gainful employment and participation in the community. A healthy community encourages the involvement of everyone.
Community Living Victoria had a very successful survey from April 24 – 27th, 2017. We were proud to receive our 5th 3 year award, which extends our accredited status to 2020.
Community Living Victoria supports people with intellectual disabilities together with their families, support networks and community by promoting their full citizenship.
Our 64th General meeting was held in May. A highlight of this meeting was the annual Community Awards. Barb Schultz, CLV’s past Board President was given the Volunteer of the Year Award posthumously. Neely Hourigan of Cascadia Liquor won Employer of the Year. Educator of the Year Award went to Mark Fournier, an instructor at […]