In The News

RSCL Celebrates Earth Day

More than 50 individuals supported and staff came out to participate in the Shell Trail clean up organized by RSCL’s green committee. In total, two trucks full of garbage were collected by the RSCL team and hauled away by City of Richmond … Continue reading

RSCL expands services in Richmond

Richmond Society for Community Living is excited to announce our expansion of services in the City of Richmond.  Beginning April 1, 2015 RSCL will assume operation of two residential programs and community inclusion supports in Richmond, formerly managed by Deafblind … Continue reading

Bright Stars Shining Holiday Concert

On November 29 and 30th the Richmond Singers hosted their Bright Stars Shining holiday concert with partial proceeds from ticket sales to Richmond Society for Community Living. On Monday, January 19th the choir presented a cheque for $2,435 to Lisa Cowell, … Continue reading

2nd Annual Drive for Ability

On Saturday, July 12th Pardeep and Surjeet Dhinjal hosted the 2nd Annual Drive for Ability benefiting RSCL Children’s Services.  The family chose to support RSCL when their daughter Mya graduated preschool at Treehouse early Learning Centre in preparation to begin … Continue reading

Need a Hand? HandyCrew can help

Richmond HandyCrew Cooperative is a mobile work crew that is staffed by individuals who are living with a developmental disability.  Supported by RSCL, the crew works on private and commercial contracts, as well as one-off jobs in landscaping, painting, light … Continue reading

RSCL celebrates McHappy Day

On Wednesday, May 7th more than 100 community volunteers joined the team from four local McDonald’s restaurants and the staff from Richmond Society for Community Living to raise $7444. Wednesday was McHappy Day across Canada with $1 from the purchase of McCafe beverages, … Continue reading

Day of Caring

Tuesday May 6 – As part of a United Way of Lower Mainland initiative, employees from Ricoh Canada Inc. spent a day doing service at two RSCL locations.  They did gardening at one of our residential homes: moving plants, applying fresh … Continue reading

Adverse Drug Reactions – Personalized Drug Therapy

Adverse drug reactions (ADRs) — the rare, unintended and harmful effects of routinely prescribed or over-the-counter drugs — are among the leading cause of death in North America.  New genome research is helping medical professionals understand the risks and is … Continue reading

Inclusive Education on CTV Morning Show

On this mornings CTV morning show, a discussion was held regarding Inclusive Education and the forum being hosted by RSCL this Saturday.  Check it out! http://bc.ctvnews.ca/ctv-morning-live – click on the link to the “Exploring the Benefits of Inclusive Classrooms”.