BFS relies on donations to help enhance our existing programs. Donations can help to ensure that group participants can enjoy a healthy snack while attending groups or that BFS can provide a travel voucher so that participants can attend BFS groups or appointments. Donations can also provide emergency funding for participants in their greatest time of need to help them to attend out of town medical appointments or to purchase emergency staples like milk or bread. Donations can also allow a child to participate in recreational activities that their family is unable to afford.
We appreciate any financial donation that you are able to make. Gifts can be a cheque, cash, gift cards to local merchants or by using the link to Chimp Charitable Impact below. We are registered with the Canada Revenue Agency and will issue a tax receipt for any monetary donation made.
If you would like your gift to go directly to a specific program, just let us know.
If you would like to volunteer your time with us, that would be great! There are opportunities to assist in our many different programs.
For information on how to contact us click here.
Donate online through Chimp Charitable Impact below. A tax receipt will be issued immediately.
The Phoenix Foundation is the holder of several endowments for Boundary Family Services (BFS) and donations can be made to these endowments to benefit BFS.
Boundary Family Services provides a wide variety of programs to meet the interests and needs of children, youth and families throughout the Boundary with the main hub being the Glanville Family Centre in Grand Forks. Some programs require an appointment while other programs are open for drop in. Accessing most programs just requires that you contact us for an intake appointment or drop in time but some programs have specific guidelines and require a referral.
Please call or email us to discuss interest and eligibility.
Boundary Family Services is committed to maintaining the health and safety of our participants through our Communicable Diseases Plan:
- Please do not attend the centre or outdoor groups if you are not feeling well
- Physical distancing with staff and other participants is encouraged
- Practice healthy hand hygiene by washing your hands or using the provided hand sanitizer when entering the centre or attending an outdoor group
- Enhanced cleaning measures are in place in all areas
- Masks are no longer mandatory in indoor spaces
Thank you for your cooperation in helping to keep our community safe and healthy.