Check out Richmond Advocacy and Support Committee YouTube Channel

This past summer, the Richmond Advocacy & Support Committee launched its YouTube channel called the RASC Project. In case you missed it, RASC hosted its annual “Art for Social Change” exhibition and variety show, for the first time in a virtual format, in early October. You can stream the whole video here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=WEv5TleU7FU.

Participate in #300ToLive campaign

Launched earlier this summer, the #300ToLive campaign’s mission is to call on the BC Government to transition the temporary $300 COVID-19 Support for those on Income & Disability Assistance into a permanent increase. Since its start, responses by those who are currently receiving the subsidy have been pouring in sharing how it has impacted their … Read more

Senior Services Society offering housing navigator training

Do you or someone you know work with seniors who need help with housing? If so, the Seniors Services Society is offering a six-week program providing social service staff and volunteers with information about types of housing, government programs as well as training in key contact relationship building, communication techniques and more. Please refer to … Read more

3-D photo installation featured at 2018 Housing Central conference

This past summer, Richmond Poverty Response Committee and Richmond Advocacy Support Committee collaborated with Keely O’Brien, City of Richmond’s artist-in-residence on a 3-D photo installation titled Home is. The theme of the project revolved around people with lived experiences of poverty. Home is was featured in the art component at this year’s Housing Central – … Read more