Connecting our North Shore Community
Events bring us together. Throughout the year, we create lively, fun, and inclusive experiences that strengthen our connections and deepen our shared empathy. Everyone is welcome – and we invite you to join us for both our fundraising and community events.
We are open, operational, and providing support and services across our North Shore communities – virtually. The health and safety of our staff, clients, volunteers, and broader community is our top priority. In response to government recommendations and direction from health officials relative to COVID-19, Family Services of the North Shore has adapted support and program delivery from in-person to virtual.
AGMCome join us at our Annual General Meeting on June 9, 2020, and learn more about how we are changing lives together. Learn More
Beer by the PierBeer By The Pier, presented by Darwin, where guests will sip, snack, mingle and most importantly raise money to reach the most vulnerable on the North Shore. Postponed to Fall 2020. Learn More
PROUD2BE – PrideJoin us at the PROUD2BE Gender Identity & Sexual Orientation Conference. Learn More
Christmas at The Beach HouseJoin your friends and neighbours for an intimate evening of cocktails, music, dancing, and laughter and raise funds to help hundreds of families in need through the Christmas Bureau. Learn More
Christmas BureauFor over 40 years, with your support, we have touched the lives of some of our most vulnerable community members through the Christmas Bureau. Learn More
Winter Family BallDress up in your festive finest and put on your dancing shoes for a special night of music, food, and celebration. Learn More
Thrive Family Programs Block PartyCelebrate our community with local families for an afternoon of music, face painting, barbeque, butter-churning, and a silent auction. Learn More
PEDAWThe Provincial Eating Disorders Awareness (PEDAW) campaign is held in early February every year. Learn More
I don’t know what I would have done without this parenting group. It gives me wonderful ways to support my child, and now I know I’m not alone.– Parent participant