Community Relationships & Partners

The 411 Seniors Centre would like to thank our many community partners, donors, businesses and individuals for their generous support and dedication to improving and enriching the lives of older adults in our community.   This spirit of interagency collaboration has facilitated our ability to provide a myriad of high quality programs that enable low income seniors to live independent lives and thrive in our community.

We continue to review the programs and services we provide and with our memberships assistance we aim to ensure that our services address the needs of our greater community.

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”  Helen Keller

Many of our prominent community partners are listed below:

The 411 Seniors Centre, would like to thank our many community partners, donors, businesses and individuals for their generous support and dedication to improving and enriching the lives of older adults in our community.

Ministry of Housing and Social Development

Human Resources & Skills Development Canada

New Horizon’s for Seniors

Ministry of Public Safety and the Solicitor General

United Way of the Lower Mainland

City of Vancouver

Senior Services Society

TRAC (Tenant Resource and Advisory Centre)

Burnaby Community Connections

First United Church Advocacy Program

St. Paul’s Anglican Church Advocacy Program

Kettle Friendship Society

West End Seniors Network

BC CEAS (Centre for Elder Advocacy and Support)

The Seniors Chinese Services Society

Vancouver Co-operative Radio, CFRO, 102.7FM

A Helping Hand

Langara College Continuing Studies – Yoga Dept.

Vancouver Community College Dental Dept.

Vancouver Community College (BSN) Nursing Dept.

QMUNITY Generations

Hydrex

Cosco BC

Naturally Urban Pet Food Delivery

Cyber Seniors