On November 29th, 2022, join the Parent Support Services Society in participation of Giving Tuesday 2022. The world’s largest generosity movement! Since it’s inception in 2012, Giving Tuesday has inspired millions of people worldwide to give, collaborate, share and celebrate generosity.
This year, Parent Support Services invites you to participate by joining our community of supporters, donors, & volunteers who make a tangible difference to the lives of families across B.C. During this season of giving, why not give your time and support to a meaningful cause.
Parent Support Services Society relies on the generosity of our big-hearted volunteers and donors to fulfil our ongoing mission of supporting the well-being of all families and children. In the spirit of Giving Tuesday, we ask you to help us support the families we serve by making a donation or volunteering your time with us.
Here is an idea of the impact your donations can help make. You can help us establish a Parenting Support Circle, help expand hours of the Support Line Service, help provide respite for caregivers, help provide healthy snacks for Support Circles, and help provide child minding for Circle participants. No amount is ever too small to make a difference.
To donate, please visit: parentsupportbc.ca/donate/
This Giving Tuesday, we encourage you to give back to the community by volunteering your time to a meaningful cause. At Parent Support Services Society, we also heavily rely on our network of committed volunteers who form the backbone of our Parenting Support Circles. Over the years 2020-2021 PSS had 109 volunteer facilitators who contributed 3286 of their hours to our organization.
We’d love to have you join our community of volunteers who are dedicated and committed to helping us support the children & families we serve in BC.
To volunteer, please visit: https://www.parentsupportbc.ca/volunteer/
On this Giving Tuesday, your contributions will make a great difference and go a long way to support and create positive change for many families across BC.