Our Partners

Our Partners

The Active Aging Research Team relies on strong relationships with partners for many of our community-based research, evaluation and implementation initiatives. We would like to acknowledge a broad range of stakeholders including provincial, regional and local groups and organizations. 

BC Recreation and Parks Association

The British Columbia Recreation and Parks Association (BCRPA) is a not for profit organization dedicated to building and sustaining active healthy lifestyles and communities in BC. The BCRPA is overseeing implementation of Choose to Move in BCRPA affiliated recreation centres across British Columbia.

YMCA of Greater Vancouver

The YMCA of Greater Vancouver (YMCA) is dedicated to building healthy, confident, secure and connected children and youth, families and communities. The YMCA is implementing Choose to Move in three locations in the Lower Mainland-Vancouver, Surrey and Chilliwack. 

United Way of Lower Mainland

United Way of Lower Mainland (UWLM) has been helping people in the Lower Mainland for more than 80 years. Working with over 150 community partners, they fund over 300 programs each year to create a better future for children, families and seniors. The UWLM is overseeing delivery of the Seniors Active Aging Grants across British Columbia. 

Health Authorities

Active Aging BC is being implemented across 5 Health authorities (Fraser Health, Interior Health, Northern Health, Vancouver Coastal Health and Vancouver Island Health Authority).