The Month of Giving Back returns to Global News Morning BC this December.
Each day, from Dec. 1 to 24, Global News Morning BC will feature a different charity and highlight the work they do in their communities.
The segment is sponsored by Centra Windows, which provides a $500 donation to each charity featured.
View all the segments below.
Fraser River Sturgeon Conservation Society executive director Sarah Schreier discusses how the organization works to monitor and maintain the health of the species.
Athletics for Kids executive director Valerie Gosselin explains how the organization provides financial assistance so children and youth can play amateur sports.
2 Paycheques Away founder Alysha Osborne explains the unique way the charity supports low-income residents of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.
Care For Women co-founder and director Renae Regehr explains how the organization helps new mothers during the first few weeks after giving birth.
Lumara Grief & Bereavement Care Society social worker Shelley Hermer explains how they support children and families enduring loss.
CLICK co-founder Catherine Atyeo discusses how the organization funds programs aimed at enriching the lives of inner-city kids.
Allison Prinsen of Callanish explains how the organization works to create a healing space for people whose lives have been changed by cancer.
Community advocate Jeremy Hunka shows several gifts that friends and family will love, and that also give back to the community.
First Nations Education Foundation executive director Rebecca David explains how they work to develop language revitalization programs for at-risk indigenous dialects.