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RSCL Calls for Fair Wages for All Employees

The Government’s unfortunate decision to increase wages for some workers – and not others who do the same work – has created a division between people who are committed to providing services and supports to help people in our community … Continue reading

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RSCL named Association of the Year!

On Thursday, November 23rd, the Richmond Chamber of Commerce hosted their 40th Business Excellence Awards. The event as a sell-out with more than 400 guests in attendance to recognize local businesses and organizations in a range of categories including New … Continue reading

RSCL’s 9th Annual Benefit of Possibilities A Success

The Benefit of Possibilities…A Community Affair is RSCL’s signature annual fundraising event.   The 2017 Benefit of Possibilities took place on Thursday, November 9th at the Pacific Gateway Hotel raising more than $20,000.  Proceeds from the event will benefit RSCL programs … Continue reading

Respite Contractors Wanted

Respite contractors are skilled caregivers who give parents a break by spending quality time with an individual with developmental disabilities. We are looking for hourly and overnight respite contractors for several families with children, teens and adults with developmental disabilities. … Continue reading

I Am Voting

  Richmond Society for Community Living is pleased to be supporting the “I Am Voting: BC Election 2017” initiative. Every adult supported by our organization has the right to vote in the provincial election May 9. Over the next few months, … Continue reading

RSCL Advocates for Increased Funding for Early Intervention Services

Waitlists are preventing children with disabilities from living their lives. Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) has not seen a funding increase in more than 10 years, despite the increasing demand for service and rising costs for program delivery. Richmond Society for Community … Continue reading

Richmond’s First Snoezelen Room featured in Richmond News

After 18 months of fundraising, design, installation and training RSCL’s Snoezelen TM is making a huge difference in the lives of people with developmental disabilities. new-therapeutic-sensory-room-an-oasis-for-disabled-people

Diversity Hiring is Good for Business

Community living improves everyday life for everyone in Richmond. Here’s a great example – not only does Puneet’s new job at Vancity offer her a pay cheque and an improved sense of community belonging, Vancity’s diversity hiring practices demonstrate that … Continue reading