Aboriginal Life In Vancouver Enhancement (ALIVE) Society and Our Place are pleased to invite you to participate in the second annual Reconciliation in Action: Where Change Happens Community Celebration. This community-powered event will bring together residents, civil society groups, government, local businesses and community leaders on June 19th, 2015 from 3:00pm to 6:00pm – to […]
A Fundraiser for Naskarz!!! TICKETS AVAILABLE ON EVENTBRITE: http://www.eventbrite.ca/e/kids-cars-and-cops-tickets-13182869317 When: October 28th, 2014 4:00-6:00 PM Where: Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre NASKARZ is finishing off another great year with a fundraiser at the beautiful Roundhouse Community Centre in Vancouver. Our Kids, Cars and Cops: What could go wrong? event onOctober 28th, 2014, organized in partnership with Vancouver Police Foundation, […]
The DTES Local Area Plan is slated to go before Vancouver City Council on March 12th. This plan will create a vision and strategy for shaping the future of the Downtown Eastside Community. ALIVE is pleased to present a community forum to bring the voice of the grassroots to the local area planning process. This […]
The Vancouver Foundation has recently joined ALIVE and our partners (including Motivate Canada, Parks Board, the City of Vancouver, the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues and 8 Vancouver Community Centres) in supporting the Gen 7 Aboriginal Youth Role Model Program. We are pleased to have the support of the Vancouver Foundation on this […]
On November 5th, 2013, ALIVE, with the much-appreciated support of Pidgin restaurant, hosted a fundraiser to support the growth of our innovative Gen7 youth role model program. Currently in its second round, we have expanded the program to include three more community centres and three additional youth for a total of 8 Gen 7 Messengers […]
Artists in the Atrium (AITA) is an ongoing event that promotes, supports and showcases arts and culture in the Downtown Eastside. The events will include performance showcases, art workshops and an art market. AITA will be in place at the Woodward’s Atrium (@ Hastings and Abbott) August 1 through October 13 2013.