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Government of Canada / Gouvernement du Canada

BIG BROTHERS OF GREATER VANCOUVER — Quick View


Registration no.:
106793722 RR 0001
Charity status:
Registered
Effective date of status:
1978-08-23
Designation:
Charitable organization

Reporting period views


Reporting period ending: 2016-07-31

Programs and activities:

Ongoing programs: Big Brother The traditional Big Brothers program matches adult male volunteers with boys aged 7-14 who need a positive male role model. In-School Mentor The in school mentoring program is a friendship and activity based program that matches boys and girls in elementary schools with adult mentors for one hour per week. Teen Mentor The teen mentoring program works in partnership with secondary schools and a teen "Buddy" mentors a child at an elementary school. Game On! Game On is a weekly group program that uses a mentor approach to provide boys with information and support to make informed choices about healthy lifestyle practices. Mentoring with Math In partnership with SFU's TD Community Engagement Centre which matches University students with elementary aged student to build confidence in their math skills and build a strong friendship. Quest Club Quest University student volunteers provide academic support and friendship to children aged 7-14. The program aims to reach children who cannot afford tutoring and who could benefit from added guidance and support. Sport Mentoring The sports mentorship program provides mentoring to co-ed youth, ages 7-14 years, who have expressed interest in learning how to play and take part in sporting activities

New programs: Aboriginal Mentoing Program Similar to our Teen Mentoring Program, this is a group mentoring program designed specifically for Aboriginal youth. In partnership with Red Fox Healthy Living Society, Aboriginal youth receive training and practical work experience in the field of youth work. The training focuses on leadership skills, boundaries and safety, heritage and diversity, working with children, healthy living, effective communication, and self-expression. Throughout the training, these youth are matched with elementary school-aged children in "active play" programs where they enact the mentorship skills they learn in the training.


Total revenue: $2,134,023.00


Total expenses: $2,129,922.00


Compensation

  • Total compensation for all positions
    $1,479,486.00
  • Full-time employees
    22
  • Part-time employees
    12
  • Professional and consulting fees
    $15,050.00
Compensated full-time positions:
$40,000 to $79,999
9
$120,000 to $159,999
1

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CRA-HACC-QVP1
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