Service clubs are at the heart of our community. If you would like information about your organization listed here please contact us today! Thank you to everyone who takes the time to volunteer and make these groups possible!
Local Group Information
he Age Friendly Society of the South Cariboo is a registered BC Society with the purpose of “supporting people to age safely, enjoy wellness and to continue to live and participate fully in their communities”.
Our work is guided by a steering committee who have varied interests and live in communities across the South Cariboo.
Age Friendly holds regular events such as gatherings with guest presenters, forums to focus on issues of importance to local residents aged 55+ (and their families, friends and neighbours) and an annual Seniors’ Resource Fair (as funding is secured).
Watch the 100 Mile House Free Press and local bulletin boards across the region for posters and ads for upcoming events.
You can also request your name be added to our regular “Age Friendly contact list”.
For further information please contact: Lea Smirfitt 250 791 6406, Ralph Fossum 250 395 4375, or Mary Shennum 250 593 4152 or email email@example.com
The Cariboo Family Enrichment Centre offers a variety of prevention and intervention supports to families, individuals, or groups. These programs are offered in the home, at CFEC, and in community settings.
To learn more about the programs offered please visit cariboofamily.org
The South Cariboo Health Foundation was created in 2002 to support local community health facilities and health projects and to ensure that money raised or donated in our area remains in our community. The Foundation carries on its activities exclusively through public donations. The Board of Directors of the Foundation are all volunteers and residents of the South Cariboo.
They are committed to developing & maintaining high quality health care facilities to serve our local area. You can make a difference by supporting the South Cariboo Health Foundation. Please visit our web site www.southcariboohealth.com for further information.
The Chamber is a non-profit organization that is made up of members of the business community including other non-profits. The Chamber acts as a forum through which businesses can speak, providing opportunities to network and allowing members to share ideas and solutions to business challenges.
For more information please visit www.southcariboochamber.org
Every year the organizers of Hot July Nights put in long hours to host this spectacular event.
For more information on getting involved please visit www.hotjulynights.ca
The Rotary Club of 100 Mile House meets twice a month at the South Cariboo Business Center at 475 Birch Ave in Room 119. You are welcome to join us! For more information please look us up on Facebook!
There are several ways to contact the lions club. Please use the method that is most convenient for you.
Call Lion Justin at (250) 706-7686 or Lion Val at (250) 572-1967
Our mailing address is:
100 Mile House Lions Club
PO Box 369
100 Mile House, BC V0K 2E0
Email direct: firstname.lastname@example.org or Lion Val at email@example.com or Lion Justin at firstname.lastname@example.org
Attend one of our twice monthly dinner meetings held on the first & third Wednesday of each month at BJ Donuts.
The 100 Mile House Food Bank Society is to provide food for people in danger of suffering hunger or malnutrition because of poverty.
You can drop in and see them at 199-7th Street, 100 Mile House, BC or visit their website 100milehousefoodbank.ca to learn more!
Located beside the Cariboo Bethel Community Church at 550 Exeter Rd. are the buildings for Loaves & Fishes Outreach, a society that helps people who are going through emergencies and need food and clothing.
Loaves & Fishes is open Tuesdays and Fridays from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Besides food items, they also have clothing, shoes, dishes and various other items, as the donations come in.
Going Green with Sustainable Living News & Solutions in 100 Mile House
The South Cariboo Sustainability Society has been providing sustainable living solutions through Leadership and Advocacy in Sustainable practices in the 100 Mile House Area of British Columbia since 2008. We recognize that our society and economies are dependent upon a healthy environment. For more information please look us up on Facebook!
The Cedar Crest Society for Community Living provides services to adults, children and their families through a range of programs.
To learn more about the Cedar Crest programs and thrift shop please visit cedarcrestsociety.com