Our Grassroots Humanist Events pilot project is a novel, member-led approach to building freethought communities. We're aiming to empower our members to host their own events for Humanists and BCHA supporters in their neighbourhood.
The events below are organized by BCHA members and are open to the public.
Everyone really had a good time last time, so we're doing it again! Sorting food for the food bank!
The tasks depend on the most urgent need at the time, but may include: - Sorting and boxing food - Checking for open packages and dents - Checking “Best Before” and “Expiry Dates” - Sorting and packing produce - Sorting baby items and packing emergency bags - Any additional tasks that need to be completed.
Free street parking is available but is limited as there are other businesses around. Carpooling is recommended.
Please wear clothing you don’t mind getting dirty and wear closed-toe shoes that are comfortable.
There are light snacks and drinks provided.
Our Vancouver Social Club is kicking off again! Mike has a private room reserved for 14 guests at 7:00 pm on Friday, September 28th at Mahony & Sons Stamps Landing (False Creek). Please confirm if you will be attending.
And please email Mike suggestions for the types of future events that you would like to attend.
Our next get together will be Sunday, September 30, 2018 at 2:00 PM at:
lelem' Arts & Cultural Café
100 - 23285 Billy Brown Rd, Langley, BC V1M 0C8
For those who have never been there it's in Fort Langley. Just go north on Glover and take the first left after the train tracks. It's a beautiful cafe with indoor and outdoor seating.
Just for fun bring your favorite book about atheism / humanism for group discussion.
Walk with the BC Humanists on Saturday, October 13 at Lumberman’s Arch, Stanley Park, as we gather together with families and friends to celebrate, honour and remember those touched by cancer.
Did you know blood cancers are the 4th most diagnosed cancer in Canada, yet the survival rates are much lower than many other cancers?
Research tells us that 68% of Canadians would feel helpless if they or someone they were close to was diagnosed with a blood cancer.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada is dedicated to supporting patients at any stage of their cancer journey; providing information and vital support services. The money raised will also go to the most promising blood cancer research taking place at cancer centres across Canada.
You can bring hope to the blood cancer community, register now and get a jump start on fundraising!