The organization provides Olympian and Paralympian Mentors to classrooms of at-risk students for the course of a school year, trains and supports teachers to implement character lessons into the curriculum and engages families to continue the learning at home.
A few examples of the programs ICCP delivers are After School programming, Keyboards for Kids, Young Chefs, as well as spring and summer camps.
The Sidney Lions Food Bank is a non-profit, charitable organization that provides food hampers tailored to needs to support the following agencies: Sidney Elementary School Toast Program, Deep Cove Elementary School Toast program, Lau Wellness Tribal School Breakfast Program, Tsartlip Health Unit (Best Babies/Prenatal Program), four First Nations Bands (bread and baked goods), and three Community Thrift Shops (bread and baked goods).
The Sooke Food Bank Society, "Feeding Community Spirit", provides hampers of food to those in need in the Sooke Region.
With their dedicated generous contributions, the Food Bank is able to package and distribute food, to prepare and serve hot meals, and to organize food drives helps to reduce hunger in our community.
Local funding allows Community Services the choice to support local Salt Spring businesses by buying locally, providing a healthy, nutritious and protein enriched selection for all clients.