Pacific Parklands Foundation works with Park Partners on many projects and programs each year.
Donations to Park Partner’s fundraising pages support this cooperative work to:
– Protect and preserve important wildlife habitats ;
– Enhance and grow park facilities and infrastructure;
– Inspire youth to connect with nature;
– Build a strong future for Metro Vancouver Regional Parks.
We work with the following park associations to engage volunteers in protecting nature and connecting people to our parks:
The Burnaby Lake Park Association (BLPA) is the catalyst that ensures Burnaby Lake Regional Park is a legacy for future generations. BLPA works improving native biodiversity, increasing public awareness, building a broad community respects and cares for the park, and ensuring people of all abilities can enjoy being in nature in the Park.
CTS Youth Society is a registered charity that aims to connect every youth in Metro Vancouver with their natural environment, their community, and each other through life-changing outdoor experiences. For youth and by youth, CTS provides free and accessible community education through environmental stewardship, leadership programs, and public service.
The Derby Reach Brae Island Parks Association (DRBIPA) is a nonprofit society providing the community with opportunities to preserve, protect and enhance the natural environment of Derby Reach and Brae Island Regional Parks in Fort Langley, BC through education events, community involvement, and land preservation opportunities.
The Kanaka Education & Environmental Partnership Society (KEEPS) works to maintain the health of the Kanaka Creek watershed’s natural ecosystem in Kanaka Creek Regional Park through education, community involvement, scientific research, land preservation, and partnerships based on stewardship principles.
The Pacific Spirit Park Society (PSPS) is a non-profit society that holds a vision of an urban forest and foreshore park that is protected and cared for in perpetuity, for the benefit of all. PSSr programming centers on ecological restoration, data collection, monitoring, and environmental education, empowering community members through skills development and stewardship training in Pacific Spirit Regional Park.