Join us for the return of our annual pub night fundraiser Sunday, April 2nd!
Your ticket includes a burger & fries and a beer. We will have raffle prizes to be won and a 50/50 draw!
Raffle prizes include:
A 2-night stay at Water's Edge in Ucluelet
2 tickets to Superfly Ziplines
8 tickets for Rick Bronson's House of Comedy
Walking tour for two from Forbidden Vancouver
Gift cards to the Turquoise Goat Board Game Café
2 person game with Vancouver Mysteries
BC Lions home game tickets
Gift certificate for 2 Vancouver City & Capilano Suspension Bridge tour from Grayline Westcoast Sightseeing
Admission for 2 to the Vancouver Art Gallery
Rowing lesson from False Creek Rowing Club
2 tickets to a 2023 Bard on the Beach production (As You Like it OR Julius Caesar)
$100 gift card to Save on Foods
Admission for 2 to the HR MacMillan Space Centre
…more to be announced!
If you are unable to attend our event, please consider a donation to the BCBH. We are BC's only free, grief-specific Helpline and we are available for anyone in B.C. Thank you.
Grief doesn't just happen between the hours of 9-5. You can now call or email the Helpline Wednesday and Friday evenings, as well as Saturdays 9am - 1pm. When you call or email the Helpline you will be met with a trained and compassionate volunteer who can provide you compassionate listening, or qualified referrals for grief support in B.C.
We wish to thank the Sovereign Order of St. John Jerusalem, Vancouver Commandery for their support in the expansion of the Helpline.
The BC Bereavement Helpline relies on government grants, community grants and private donations to deliver its services. Please consider a donation towards additional programming and support for the BCBH.
Sometimes we don't know what exactly to say to a friend or loved one experiencing grief.
Here's a guide for what grievers find helpful following a loss.
For 30 years, BCBH has operated the Helpline, our telephone or email-based grief support system open 9am - 5pm, Monday through Friday
The BCBH specializes in helping those who have experienced traumatic loss (through homicide or suicide) offering facilitated homicide and suicide grief support groups, sudden death trainings for victim services professionals and special events
The BCBH is committed to increasing public understanding of bereavement as a normal life process through education, advocacy, networking, and dissemination of information