GETTING INVOLVED IN THE COMMUNITY
I am a big advocate of getting involved with your community in any way you can. Whether you are able to donate your time, and money, or simply by buying and supporting local businesses with your purchases it all helps.
As a father of three and a devoted realtor who gives his time to the ocean through RCMSAR, there are a few charities and non-profits that I like to support. I encourage you all to get involved in any way you can, especially if you are new to the area as it's a great place to meet new friends, learn some skills, contribute to our trail network and give a helping hand.
– HOWE SOUND WOMEN'S CENTRE SOCIETY ~ visit the website
Howe Sound Women’s Centre Society promotes women’s equality and the empowerment of women and their children.
– SORCA ~ visit the website
SORCA is a trail association based in Squamish, BC. We are a volunteer-run non-profit with a mandate to organize fun events, manage the expansion and maintenance of our trail network and advocate on behalf of our members.
– Food Bank ~ visit the website
The Squamish Food Bank Society is a low-barrier food access organization, serving the Squamish community in collaboration with the Squamish Helping Hands Society, at the Under One Roof building in downtown Squamish.
– Squamish Helping Hands Society ~ visit the website
Squamish Helping Hands Society is a charitable organization that provides food, shelter, and a community of supports to adults experiencing homelessness or who are at risk of homelessness.
– School District 48 ~ visit the website
We are honoured to be teaching within a number of culturally vibrant communities, from Furry Creek to D'Arcy, including the main centres of Squamish, Whistler, and Pemberton.
– RCMSAR ~ visit the website
From Vancouver’s busy harbour to the remote waters of the North Coast, our volunteer crews are on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, ready to respond to marine emergencies.
I am very grateful to operate in the territory of the Skwxwú7mesh Úxwumixw