The Central Okanagan Elizabeth Fry Society is proud to announce that our annual community report for the year 2013 is now available online. You can view it on our website on our Community Reports page.
The Central Okanagan Elizabeth Fry Society is thrilled to have co-hosted this year’s event with the Okanagan Roller Derby Association. For over 40 years, the Elizabeth Fry Society has been supporting survivors of violence and advocating for every woman’s right to live free from
We need your help! We are currently looking for community ambassadors, volunteers to help out with our upcoming Take Back the Night and other future events as well as in house volunteers who are willing to donate their time working in our safe centre. Community Ambassadors: Empowerific
Saturday, August 10th was a jam packed day of fun and excitement for downtown Kelowna! The Downtown Kelowna Block Party presented by Interior Savings took place along Bernard Avenue from Richter St. to Abbott St., as well as Kerry Park located at the foot of Bernard Avenue along Okanagan Lake.
On July 19th Awesome Okanagan and Cream Salons hosted a fundraising event at The Habitat in Kelowna with proceeds being donated to the Central Okanagan Elizabeth Fry Society. It was a fantastic evening of style and music, with a nautical inspired theme. Fashions were provided by Man + Woman
What better way to spend a Saturday night than cheering on some fierce ladies at the Okanagan Roller Derby. Spectators piled in to the Memorial Arena in downtown Kelowna on June 1st, 2013 to watch the Sun City Sirens take on the K City Rollers. Empowerific volunteers were on hand selling 50/50
To mark this week we have been working in partnership with our friends on the Violence Against Women in Relationships (VAWIR) Committee to produce the Now What? campaign – highlighting the different and complementary services available here in the Central Okanagan. As part of that week we
National Volunteer Week 2013. Volunteers contribute 1000 of hours. They have a positive impact on our community daily. They help women believe in themselves. They nurture. They help stop child abuse. They fundraise. They listen with their hearts. They inspire hope. Please help us thank our
The Central Okanagan Elizabeth Fry Society, Kelowna Women’s Shelter, and Kelowna Family Centre each provide services to residents of the West side, and are working together to develop a Strategic Plan to improve services to women and families. We are hosting a Community Forum on Friday,
Events Taking Place in Kelowna and West Kelowna (Kelowna, BC) – “We all have a role” is the theme of this year’s National Victims of Crime Awareness Week, taking place across Canada from April 21-27, 2013. The week will be launched in Ottawa on April 21, 2013 by the