Enriching Opportunities Close to Home
Alison Neighbourhood Community Centre strives to provide inclusive enriching programs, services, and community events where neighbours can grow together.
Join Our Volunteer Team!
Calling volunteers of all ages! We need your help!
Alison Neighbourhood Community Centre is looking dedicated people to join us in being part of a GREAT community and helping support our programs and events.
There are many ways you can help including,
After School Club
Member of our Board of Directors
Click the link below for more information about these roles, or how to join the team!
Annual General Meeting
Tuesday, January 16th 2024
6:30 - 8:00 PM
127 Elgin St. N
Join us in-person at ANCC for our Annual General Meeting.
Celebrate the successes of our 2022/2023 fiscal year and plan for 2023/2024 and beyond.
Light refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP if you plan to attend through our online form here:
Check out our new Youth Page!
Everything you need to know on one page about youth specific programs, event, and volunteer opportunities.
Contact Jamie for more information regarding any of our programs | email@example.com
Alison Neighbourhood's commitment to providing an inclusive and thriving neighbourhood where all residents feel welcomed and can grow together.
Alison Neighbourhood's Statement on the Discovery of the Mass Grave in Kamloops, BC.
Alison Neighbourhood's Statement on the threats and acts of hate against Selam Debs.
Alison Neighbourhood's Statement on the Shooting in Buffalo, New York on Saturday, May 14, 2022
We want to hear from you!
Alison Neighbourhood is currently organizing a community evaluation project, and we need your input for the project to be a success.
Share with us your thoughts on your community, the Alison Neighbourhood Community Centre, and how the current COVID-19 pandemic has affected your household.
Why are we asking for your input?
Our goal at Alison Neighbourhood Community Centre is to be an active partner in the growth of our community, where people are actively engaged and fairly represented in their city – to do this we need to involve as many perspectives as possible in the process of fully understanding the community.