We are looking forward to our upcoming EVA BC Annual Training Forum: Honouring Anti-Violence Workers, taking place February 24th, 25th, & March 4th, and 5th! Please find a series of spotlights on our Feature Keynotes this year: Please click here to learn … Continue reading
2021 Training Forum February 25 & 26 | March 4 & 5 Hosted Online $50 EVA BC Member Organizations $75 General Registration Please click here to learn more and register now! PDF Poster: Registration Open
Congratulations to the winners of this year’s Community Safety and Crime Prevention Awards for outstanding contributions toward crime prevention and community safety in BC. The Community Safety and Crime Prevention Awards honour the incredible leaders and innovators who develop and … Continue reading
EVA BC is seeking an experienced leader to develop training curriculum and tools for our Sexual Harassment Advice, Response, and Prevention for Workplaces Program (SHARP Workplaces). Please take a look at the job posting: SHARP Training Lead and Project Coordinator.
SAVE THE DATES! EVA BC is excited to host our next Annual Training Forum (ATF) in early spring! ATF 2021: Honouring Anti-Violence Workers will be hosted online on February 25 & 26 and March 4 & 5, 2021. This unique … Continue reading
EVA BC is seeking a Programs and Administrative Coordinator to join our team. Please take a look at our job posting: Programs and Administrative Coordinator.
Earlier this week, EVA BC announced twenty-three organizations from across BC will receive grants to support the delivery of coordinated emergency sexual assault response services. EVA BC is administering a three-year, $10-million Emergency Sexual Assault Services (ESAS) grant program. The services that … Continue reading
The BC Lions and the Ending Violence Association of BC share holiday messages from our Be More Than A Bystander Program, with reminders to check in with each other over the holidays, and that help is available via VictimLink BC. … Continue reading
EVA BC will be distributing $10 million over three years through our Emergency Sexual Assault Services (ESAS) grant program to 23 organizations, including the Central Okanagan Elizabeth Fry Society (COEFS) in Kelowna, the Okanagan Nation Alliance based in Westbank, and … Continue reading
The Elizabeth Fry Society will be receiving a portion of a three-year, $10-million Emergency Sexual Assault Services (ESAS) grant program distributed by EVA BC to 23 BC organizations. More via My Prince George Now.