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Mission Community Foundation


Who We Are: The Mission Community Foundation is an incorporated, non-profit society guided by a local independent Board of Directors. The Foundation holds and administers private resources entrusted to it for the common good of the community of Mission. The Foundation is non-political and non-partisan and is a registered charity under the Canadian Income Tax Act. People who give to the Mission Foundation care deeply about their community and their city. The Foundation respects and understands this level of care. Its Board of Directors accepts gifts and bequests in confidence and professionally manages them so the earnings on the ever growing, invested capital work in perpetuity for the betterment of Mission. The Mission Foundation embodies a simple concept People working together can make a difference for Mission!


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Email: info@missioncommunityfoundation.org

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Mission Community Foundation Website

Mission Rotary Mid-day / Mission Rotary Sunrise


Who We Are: Our impact starts with our members—people who work tirelessly with their clubs to solve some of our communities' toughest challenges. Their efforts are supported by Rotary International, our member association, and The Rotary Foundation, which turns generous donations into grants that fund the work of our members and partners around the world.  ​We have identified specific causes to target to maximize our local and global impact. At the same time, we understand that each community has its own unique needs and concerns. Through our network of resources and partners, we help clubs focus their service efforts in promoting peace, fighting disease, providing clean water, saving mothers and children, supporting education, and growing local economies.


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Service clubs seek the advancement of the communities in which their individual clubs are located.  Their mission is to enhance the quality of life of Mission, through community service, in the spirit of fellowship.

Freemason's Lodge


Who We Are: Freemasonry has been described as a system of morality, veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols. This, of course, creates more questions than it supplies answers. Freemasonry has also been described as a group of men who have dedicated their lives to becoming better men and making their community a better place.


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Freemason's Lodge Website

Soroptimisit Club


Who We Are: Soroptimist is a global women’s organization whose members volunteer to improve the lives of women and girls through programs leading to social and economic empowerment. Approximately 76,000 Soroptimists in over 120 countries and territories support community–based and global projects benefiting women and girls. The organization is particularly concerned with providing women and girls access to education, as this is the most effective path to self-determination.


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Soroptimist Club Website

Optimist Club


Who We Are: By providing hope and positive vision, Optimists bring out the best in youth, our communities and ourselves. Optimist International will be recognized worldwide as the premier volunteer organization that values all children and helps them develop to their full potential.
We promote an active interest in good government and civic affairs; to inspire respect for the law; to promote patriotism and work for international accord and friendship among all people; to aid and encourage the development of youth, in the belief that the giving of one’s self in service to others will advance the well-being of humankind, community life and the world.


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Facebook Volunteer Mission

Start where you are.

Use what you have.

Do what you can.

Arthur Ashe


ELks Hall #30


Who We Are: As the Provincial Association for the National Elks of Canada, we are a non-profit, volunteer based organization that fundraises for charitable purposes throughout British Columbia. From local sporting events to large scale donation drives, the members of the BC Elks Association have raised millions of dollars in our long history to improve local communities, assist individuals in need, and support other charitable causes.​ The Elks are recognized for their service to children with hearing impairments through their national charity, Elks and Royal Purple Fund for Children.

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Elks Hall #30 Website

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 57


Who We Are: To serve veterans and their dependents, promote remembrance and act in the service of Canada and it's communities. The Legion has evolved from its original roots and provides programs and funding to seniors and youth groups in the community. You no longer have to be a veteran to become a Legion member, you just have to believe in our programs and be willing to help.


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Royal Canadian Legion Website

Volunteers

DO NOT

necessarily have
​the time.

​They have the heart.

Elizabeth Andrew

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Business and Professional Women's Club of Mission


Who We Are: ​The BPW Mission is an integral part of the Canadian and International Federations of Business & Professional Women's Club, both of which were established in 1930. There are now BPW clubs in more than 100 countries around the world. The Myrtle Evertt Woman of the Year Award and ceremony was established in 1994 to recognize and honour local women for achievement in business or in a profession. The nominees are women who make a difference in our community and who are role models for other women.


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Email: bpw.mission@gmail.com

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Business and Professional Women's Club of Mission Website