lists: Biggest social charitable organizations in B.C. in 2012

Biggest social charitable organizations in B.C. in 2012

RANKED BY | 2012 expenditures
Rank '12Organization
Year foundedArea of focusTop staff executiveNumber of staff '12/'11Assets '12
Liabilities '12
Revenue '12
Expenses and distributions '12/'11
28 Pender St W, Vancouver V6B 1R6
P: 604-408-7229 F: 604-408-7234
1973Social services and training, health care, housing, and foundationQueenie Choo, CEOChristine Brodie, board chair$38.74 million
$30.2 million
$36.42 million
$35.46 million
$37.09 million
2YMCA of Greater Vancouver2
1166 Alberni St Suite 801, Vancouver V6E 3Z3
P: 604-681-9622 F: 604-688-0220
1886We are a charity dedicated to strengthening the foundations of community. We tackle three key causes: vulnerable families and children; unhealthy lifestyles and IsolationStephen Butz, president and CEOMary Beck, board chair$65.31 million3
$31.87 million3
$35.91 million3
$34.36 million3
$32.51 million4
3United Way of the Lower Mainland
4543 Canada Way, Burnaby V5G 4T4
P: 604-294-8929 F: 604-293-0010
1932United Way prevents social problems from becoming crises. We are tackling the root causes of some of our community's greatest challenges — child poverty, bullying and seniors isolation.Michael McKnight, president and CEOYuri Fulmer, board chair$56.2 million
$5.38 million
$46.43 million
$33.57 million
$33.83 million
4Greater Vancouver Community Services Society
1212 West Broadway Suite 500, Vancouver V6H 3V1
P: 604-737-4900 F: 604-737-2922
1986Home support services for seniors, the disabled and financially disadvantagedRon McLeod, CEOLynn Carter, president$7.05 million
$4.05 million
$29.68 million
$27.67 million
5Options Community Services Society
9815 140th St, Surrey V3T 4M4
P: 604-584-5811 F: 604-584-7628
1969Social services organization with more than 50 programs and services for families and children, youth, employment, women in crisis, counselling programs, for people with mental health issues, programs for the homeless and programs for immigrant newcomersChristine Mohr, executive directorJohn Russell, board chair$15.52 million
$9.24 million
$25.1 million
$24.7 million
$25.35 million
6Family Services of Greater Vancouver
1638 Broadway E Suite 201, Vancouver V5N 1W1
P: 604-731-4951 F: 604-733-7009
1928Creating brighter tomorrows for children, youth, adults and families across the Lower MainlandCaroline Bonesky, CEOJoanne Hausch, board chair$4.72 million
$3.48 million
$21.45 million
$21.66 million
$22.28 million
7Immigrant Services Society of BC
333 Terminal Ave Suite 501, Vancouver V6A 2L7
P: 604-684-2561 F: 604-684-2266
1972Immigrant services, language college, employment and career servicesPatricia Woroch, CEOManchan Sonachansingh, president$7.3 million
$2.67 million
$21.75 million
$21.6 million
$20.15 million
8PLEA Community Services Society of BC
3894 Commercial St, Vancouver V5N 4G2
P: 604-871-0450 F: 604-871-0408
1979Families, youth and adultsTimothy Agg, executive directorDavid Duncan, president$6.79 million
$3.95 million
$19.69 million
$19.5 million
$17.19 million
9YWCA Metro Vancouver
535 Hornby St, Vancouver V6C 2E8
P: 604-895-5800 F: 604-684-9171
1897To touch lives and build better futures for children, youth and women through advocacy and integrated services that foster economic independence, wellness and equal opportunitiesJanet Austin, CEOKaren Gilmore, board chair$32.29 million3
$7.88 million3
$18.8 million3
$17.45 million3
$17.45 million
10Association of Neighbourhood Houses of BC
3102 Main St Suite 203, Vancouver V5T 3G7
P: 604-875-9111 F: 604-875-1256
1894Community and social servicesMamie Hutt-Temoana, CEODarlene Dean, president$12.16 million
$7.1 million
$17.71 million
$17.41 million
$17.02 million
11Abbotsford Community Services
2420 Montrose Ave, Abbotsford V2S 3S9
P: 604-859-7681 F: NP
1969Social services organization with 70 programs serving young families and children, youth, legal aid, a food bank with a free dental clinic, recycling depot, the immigrant and multi-cultural community, seniors and people with developmental disabilitiesRod Santiago, executive directorVirgina Cooke, board president$7.88 million3
$2.32 million3
$16.66 million3
$17.3 million3
$17.3 million
12Variety - The Children's Charity
4300 Still Creek Dr, Burnaby V5C 6C6
P: 604-320-0505 F: 604-320-0535
1965Children who have special needsBarbara Hislop, executive directorDave McConachie, president and chief barker$20.12 million3
$14.26 million
$14.65 million3
$14.65 million
13Union Gospel Mission Foundation
601 Hastings St E, Vancouver V6A 1J7
P: 604-253-3323 F: 604-253-3496
1940Provides meals, emergency shelter, free clothing and personal care products, alcohol and drug recovery programs, education and employment programs and abstinence-based housingBill Mollard, presidentTeresa Black Hughes, board chair$25.89 million3
$18.06 million3
$15.19 million3
$14.43 million3
$14.43 million
14St James Community Services Society
329 Powell St, Vancouver V6A 1G5
P: 604-606-0300 F: 604-606-0309
1951Housing, health and social services to the most vulnerable in the communityJonathan Oldman, executive directorMarleen Morris, president$17.6 million
$15.59 million
$12.17 million
$12.18 million
$12.75 million
15Covenant House Vancouver
575 Drake St, Vancouver V6B 4K8
P: 604-685-5437 F: 604-685-5324
1997Crisis shelter, outreach, community services, transitional living and support services for homeless youthKrista Thompson, executive directorJeffrey Bacha, board chair$9.25 million3
$6.05 million3
$11.62 million3
$11.43 million3
$11.43 million
16Jewish Federation of Greater Vancouver
950 41st Ave W Suite 200, Vancouver V5Z 2N7
P: 604-257-5100 F: 604-257-5110
1986Building a strong, vibrant and enduring Jewish community on the Lower Mainland, in Israel and throughout the worldMark Gurvis, CEOMitchell Gropper, board chair$39.92 million
$3.11 million
$13.12 million
$11.3 million
$6.12 million
17SHARE Family and Community Services
25 King Edward Ave Suite 200, Coquitlam V3K 4S8
P: 604-540-9161 F: 604-540-2290
1972Social services and programs to the Tri-cities including a food bank, early intervention therapy for children with developmental delays or disabilities, housing, counselling, addictions and gambling counselling, early education for preschool children and support for vulnerable familiesMartin Wyant, CEOLynn Pelletier, board chair$3.35 million
$1.45 million
$6.59 million
$6.11 million
$5.96 million
18Quest Outreach Society (Quest Food Exchange)
PO Box 2156, Station Main Terminal, Vancouver V6B 3V3
P: 604-876-6626 F: 604-876-6526
1990Rescuing food, reducing hungerElizabeth Crudgington, executive directorPeter Brasso, board president$2.5 million3
$1.08 million3
$5.8 million3
$5.84 million3
$5.84 million
19United Way of Greater Victoria
1144 Fort St, Victoria V8V 3K8
P: 250-385-6708 F: 250-385-6712
1967Funds social service agencies through a granting process to create and implement programs and services which address: housing for homeless, low-income and working poor; mental health and addictions and family and community well-beingLinda Hughes, CEOPeter Lockie, board chair$11.78 million
$3.95 million
$5.22 million
$5.94 million
20Collingwood Neighborhood House Society
5288 Joyce St, Vancouver V5R 6C9
P: 604-435-0323 F: 604-451-1191
1985Working collaboratively in the community to develop and support inclusive, innovative, sustainable initiatives and servicesJennifer Gray-Grant, executive directorJulie Linkletter, board president$1.67 million
$1.2 million
$4.85 million
$4.9 million
$4.58 million

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