The DCCA board members are elected at the Annual General Meeting, normally held in April. Our goal is to have a board that is representative of the Dunbar community and comprised of members who possess a variety of skills. Current members have backgrounds in business, finance, law, marketing, communications, engineering, and education.
The DCCA Board of Directors are:
Purpose of the Board
- to promote, foster and develop community spirit and good citizenship.
- to promote and operate a community centre
- to promote and provide educational, recreational and athletic facilities and equipment for the use and benefit of the members of the community.
- to promote, encourage and assist the educational, charitable, social, recreational and sporting endeavors of the community.
Our goal is to have a Board that is representative of the Dunbar community, comprised of members who possess a variety of skills. Current members of the Board have skills in business, finance, law, marketing, communications, engineering and education, all of which are drawn on to efficiently conduct the business of the Association and assist the staff.
Your Community Centre Association works hard to provide for the recreational, social and educational needs of our community and to ensure that all its funds are retained for reinvestment in the Dunbar Community Centre.
Join the Board
The DCCA is looking for enthusiastic volunteers to join the board of directors or to sit as community members on board committees. Our Board is comprised of community members who are dedicated to enhancing and improving the quality of life in the Dunbar community, continuing a 40 year tradition of volunteering to help our neighbours.
To do this, the board works with Vancouver Park Board staff to provide programs and education that focus on health, wellness, arts, culture, and recreation as well as entertainment and special events. The board is committed to ensuring that the Dunbar Community Centre is a welcoming, safe environment for everyone that promotes community connection, engagement, and volunteerism. We are working constantly to ensure that the Dunbar Community Centre is a cornerstone in our great community today and for future generations. We would love to have you join us in this endeavour.
If you’d like to learn more about joining the board, please send an e-mail to: email@example.com. If you are interested in joining the board, you can fill out our online Board Membership Application Form.
Are you interested in getting On Board?
The DCCA is seeking a qualified Professional Fundraiser to join our Board of volunteer Directors. This role are suitable for a recent retiree, consultant or someone who wants a great resume builder. You’ll have plenty of engaging, networking opportunities with civic officials, senior staff and diverse, professional members of society, from engineers to accountants, teachers, lawyers and marketing/communication experts.
Seniors Advisory Committee
The DCCA is looking for volunteers to join its Seniors Advisory Committee
The population of seniors in the Dunbar community is growing, especially seniors who are living alone. Currently, seniors in this community are under-serviced. The seniors’ services at DCCA need to grow to provide for this important component of our society. Some of the support programs in the neighbourhood have been discontinued due to reduced funding over the years. The City of Vancouver’s Seniors’ Advisory Committee recently published an extensive research report on the substantial and negative impact of social isolation and loneliness amongst seniors. The research found that it is important to offer a wide variety of programs to encourage seniors to leave their isolation. The New Horizons for Seniors Program grant would allow DCCA to enhance the programming and the facilities for our important goal of providing a safe, rewarding and learning experience for local seniors.
If you are interested in joining, please fill out the application form below. We look forward to hearing from you!
Seniors Advisory Committee - Application