We offer a number of Family Drop-in programs throughout the community for parents/caregivers with children 0-5. Family drop-ins provide a variety of opportunities for families to socialize, to have a safe and fun place to play and learn and to get parenting information.
The program is free for members. Find out how to become a member.
Trained Volunteers are now available to support families with children 0-6 who need help with interpretation. Program is funded by the United Way.
Get help with appointments with teachers, etc.
Have an interpreter come with you to a children’s program.
Go to a community event with a volunteer interpreter.
Call Margaret at (604) 431-0400 for more information.
Support is available to families with children 0-12 who need help accessing community information and can assist families to connect with local community programs and services. Outreach workers are available in North and South Burnaby. Please call (604) 431-0400 for more information.
Community Kitchen is a weekly program offered at Burnaby Neighbourhood House -South and Gilmore Community School that involves cooking, eating, and lots of great conversation and laughter. Families or individuals who have limited income join together to prepare healthy meals to take home, and to have lunch together. We always use everyone’s favourite family recipes and include many kid-friendly foods. Free childminding is available.
If you are interested in joining us, please call Lynn at 604-431-0400.