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File: 292-30-2710

May 7, 2010

Bob Mackin
Sun Media
554 E. 15th Avenue
Vancouver BC V5T 2R5

Re: Request for Information


Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act

Dear Bob Mackin:

BC Housing received your request for information under the Freedom of Information
and Protection of Privacy Act (the Act) on April 7, 2010. You requested a copy of the
allotment of tickets to the 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympics for BC Housing
executives, staff, clients, beneficiaries and allied organizations under the Celebrate
2010 Ticket Program. Also requested was any records relation to a master invoice and
receipt for payment, inventory and distribution reports, including a list of individuals and
organizations that received tickets and the corresponding quantities.

The Celebrate 2010 ticket program was created by VANOC and its partners to share
the dream of attending Canada's Games with people who might not have the financial
means to purchase tickets. VANOC worked with a range of community partners,
including BC Housing, to ensure a fair distribution of Celebrate 2010 tickets.

Through BC Housing's community partnership channels, VANOC advises us that


approximately 18,000 tickets were distributed to low income households living in
subsidized housing. However, BC Housing only has records that relate to the tickets
distributed to our public housing tenants.

Attached are records relating to the community organizations that provide services at
our directly managed public housing sites. These organizations were invited to request
tickets under the Celebrate 2010 Ticket Program. The organizations had to meet the
mandate of the Celebrate 2010 program and be able to provide the support required to
the tenants to ensure they could attend the Games. These community organizations
were given the opportunity to request tickets by completing the records attached and
where the records include the tenant's personal information BC Housing has severed
the records under section 22(1) of the Act so we could provide you with the record.

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Bob Mackin

All records requesting tickets were collected by BC Housing and submitted to VANOC
for consideration. VANOC determined the number of tickets they would allot to the
community service providers, gave BC Housing the tickets and we distributed them to
the community service providers.

BC Housing did not purchase any tickets for the 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympics
and therefore we do not have any invoices or receipt for payment records.

Under section 52 of the Act, you may ask the Information and Privacy Commissioner to
review any matter concerning BC Housing's response to your request. You have 30
days from receipt of this notice to request a review by writing to:

Paul Fraser
A/Information and Privacy Commissioner
PO Box 9038, Stn Prov Govt
Victoria, BC V8W 9A4

If you have any questions or require any further information or clarification regarding
your request please call Debra Barby, Director, Business Support Services at
604 439-4746 or email dbary@bchousng.org.

If you request a review, please provide the Commissioner's office with a copy of this
letter and the original request for information that you sent to BC Housing.

Yours truly,

Shayne Ramsay
Chief Executive Officer

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Celebrate 2010 is a program of the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic
and Paralympic Winter Games (VANOC) and its partners to ensure people with limited
financial means-with a focus on children and families, residents of Vancouver's inner city
and Aboriginal peoples - are able to share in the dream of attending Canada's Games. If your
organization is interested in being part of this program, please complete and return this Profile
which will help your Community Developer understand your organization's interest and
capacity to participate in Celebrate 2010.
The community organization providing this profile acknowledges that the Information
Is for tenant support only. Completion of the form does not allocate any tickets or
guarantee that the community organization will receive any tickets to 2010 Winter
Games events. VANOC is working with BC Housing to Implement a fair distribution plan for
these tickets, Community organizations which have provided a completed profile will be
notified by their Community Developer to confirm their allocation of tickets based on the
capacity to support tenants.

Please complete Profile and scan a copy and email or fax to:
Vancouver Coastal Region Community Developer: Dariene Mahyr-Rlchardson
fax: 604.609.7031
email: drlchardson@bchouslna.ora

Fraser Region Community Developer Nicholas Najda


Fax: 604.625.8201
e-mail; nnalda@bchouainq.Qm

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION PROFILE

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public transit Is Included with these tickets, the host regions will be busy and it will take extra time to
get around. Tickets will be allocated in blocks, so you will ail be seated in the same area at the same
event on the same day.

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email: drichardson<S>bchousina.oro

Fraser Region Community Developer: Nicholas Naida


Fax: 604.525.8201
e-mail: nnaida@bchousinq.org

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Celebrate 2010 Is a program of the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic
and Paralympic Winter Games (VANOC) and its partners to ensure people with limited
financial means - with a focus on children and families, residents of Vancouver's inner city
and Aboriginal peoples - are able to share in the dream of attending Canada's Games. If your
organization is interested in being part of this program, please complete and return this Profile
which will help your Community Developer understand your organization's interest and
capacity to participate in Celebrate 2010.
The community organization providing this profile acknowledges that the information
is for tenant support only. Completion of the form does not allocate any tickets or
guarantee that the community organization will receive any tickets to 2010 Winter
Games events. VANOC is working with BC Housing to implement a fair distribution plan for
these tickets. Community organizations which have provided a completed profile will be
notified by their Community Developer to confirm their allocation of tickets based on the
capacity to support tenants.

Please complete Profile and scan a copy and email or fax to:
Vancouver Coastal Region Community Developer: Dariene Mahyr-Richardson
fax: 604.609.7031
email: drichardson@bchousinq.org

Fraser Region Community Developer: Nicholas Najda


Fax: 604.525.8201
e-mail: nnaida@bchousing.org

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION PROFILE

Organization Name S.U.C.C.E.S.S.


Address 28 West Pender St., Vancouver, BC, V6B 1R6
Rhone 604-408-7274 ext 1067
Website www.successbc.ca
Name Lawrence Lam
Contact Position Housing and Facilities Coordinator
Person Direct Phone 604-408-7274 ext 1067
Direct Email., Lawrence.lam@success.bc.ca

Your Mandate to encourage Canadians and immigrants full participation in community


affairs in the spirit of multiculturalism.
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Your Location/ Regional _ Metro Vancouver (including Fraser Valley) Sea to Sky Corridor
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and Paralympic Winter Games (VANOC) and its partners to ensure people with limited
financial means - with a focus on children and families, residents of Vancouver's inner city
and Aboriginal peoples - are able to share in the dream of attending Canada's Games. If your
organization is interested in being part of this program, please complete and return this Profile
which will help your Community Developer understand your organization's interest and
capacity to participate in Celebrate 2010.
The community organization providing this profile acknowledges that the information
is for tenant support only. Completion of the form does not allocate any tickets or
guarantee that the community organization will receive any tickets to 2010 Winter
Games events. VANOC is working with BC Housing to implement a fair distribution plan for
these tickets. Community organizations which have provided a completed profile will be
notified by their Community Developer to confirm their allocation of tickets based on the
capacity to support tenants.

Please complete Profile and scan a copy and email or fax to:
Vancouver Coastal Region Community Developer: Darlene Mahyr-Richardson
fax: 604.609.7031
email: drichardson@bchousing.org

Fraser Region Community Developer: Nicholas Najda


Fax: 604.525.8201
e-mail: nnaida(@bchousing.org

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Your Location/ Regional f_TMetro Vancouver (including Fraser Valley) Sea to Sky Corridor
Scope Other, please specify

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Select all that apply Adults Q Seniors
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In estimating organizational capacity below, please be realistic in indicating how many BC Housing
tenants you could support to attend a sport competition event during the Olympic or Paralympic
Games or one of the nightly Victory Ceremonies during the Olympic Games. Remember that, while
public transit is included with these tickets, the host regions will be busy and it will take extra time to
getaround. Tickets will be allocated in blocks, so you will all be seated in the same area at the same
event on the same day.

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of tickets you can support
per event (eg. 20 tickets x 30 Tickets x . event(s) Q 40 Tickets x event(s)
2 events - on different 50 Tickets x Q Other, x event(s)
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days)
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Nicholas Najda

From: Matterson, Scott (SAMatterson@surrey.ca]


Sent: Thursday, October 29, 2009 9:28 PM
To: Nicholas Najda
Cc: Gagne, Stephan
Subject: RE: 2010 event tickets

i\ Nicholas,
would say that we would be able to bring 15 youth with 2 or 3 supervisors. Public transit is a stressful way to travel with youth
md I think that 5-7 youth per instructor would be the only safe way. This is very exciting. We could also take more youth with
nore staff if that is an option.

cott Matterson | Community Services Coordinator


ommunity Leisure Services, Parks and Recreation
?3SS - 68 Ave, Surrey, BC, Canada V3W 2E8
6W.592.6931 | F 604.501.5599
,'ww.youth.surrey.ca
vww.outdoorprograms.surrey.ca

lease consider the environment before printing this email

:rom: Nicholas Najda [mailto:nnajda@bchousing.org]


tent: October-29-09 10:05 AM
To: Nicholas Najda
Subject: 2010 event tickets

i\ all,

JC Housing has partnered with VANOC to distribute 2010 Olympic and Paralympic event tickets to our tenants.
\s front line sen/ice providers you are well positioned to assist those tenants who are not able to attend on their own.
Ve are inviting you to consider chaperoning a group or a few groups of tenants from your sites as part of your regular
service/support programming.
'our staff will receive complimentary tickets in exchange for attending with tenant groups.

"his is a preliminary exploration to guage interest from our service partners.


f you think you would like to coordinate tenant group outtings to sports events and/or ceremony celebrations, please reply back to
ne indicating how many tenants you could bring at a time and how many outtings you would like to coordinate. Transportation will
>e by public transit - or any other options that you can coordinate.
)nce we find out how many tenants can be accomodated, we will plan how to allocate spaces.

Jest,
Jick

Nicholas Najda
teglonal Community Developer

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and Paralympic Winter Games (VANOC) and its partners to ensure people with limited
financial means -with a focus on children and families, residents of Vancouver's inner city
and Aboriginal peoples - are able to share in the dream of attending Canada's Games. If your
organization is interested in being part of this program, please complete and return this Profile
which will help your Community Developer understand your organization's interest and
capacity to participate in Celebrate 2010.
The community organization providing this profile acknowledges that the information
is for tenant support only. Completion of the form does not allocate any tickets or
guarantee that the community organization will receive any tickets to 2010 Winter
Games events. VANOC is working with BC Housing to implement a fair distribution plan for
these tickets. Community organizations which have provided a completed profile will be
notified by their Community Developer to confirm their allocation of tickets based on the
capacity to support tenants.

Please complete Profile and scan a copy and email or fax to:
Vancouver Coastal Region Community Developer: Darlene Mahyr-Richardson
fax: 604.609.7031
email: drichardson<S)bchousing.org

Fraser Region Community Developer: Nicholas Najda


Fax: 604.525.8201
e-mail: nnaida(S>bchousing.org __

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and Paralympic Winter Games (VANOC) and its partners to ensure people with limited
financial means - with a focus on children and families, residents of Vancouver's inner city
and Aboriginal peoples - are able to share in the dream of attending Canada's Games. If your
organization is interested in being part of this program, please complete and return this Profile
which will help your Community Developer understand your organization's interest and
capacity to participate in Celebrate 2010.

The community organization providing this profile acknowledges that the information
is for tenant support only. Completion of the form does not allocate any tickets or
guarantee that the community organization will receive any tickets to 2010 Winter
Games events. VANOC is working with BC Housing to implement a fair distribution plan for
these tickets. Community organizations which have provided a completed profile will be
notified by their Community Developer to confirm their allocation of tickets based on the
capacity to support tenants.

Please complete Profile and scan a copy and email or fax to:
Vancouver Coastal Region Community Developer: Darlene Mahyr-Richardson
fax: 604.609.7031
email: drichardson(a)bchousinq.orq

Fraser Region Community Developer: Nicholas Najda


Fax: 604.525.8201
e-mail: nnajda(a),bchousing.org
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Address 3981 Main St
Phone 604.879.7104
Website
Name Rachel Gold

Contact Position Children and Youth Coordinator


Person Direct Phone 604.879.7104x310
Direct Email rachel_gold@lmnhs.bc.ca
LMNHS is a community-based non-profit organization that provides
Your Man date educational, cultural, recreational and social services for different
age groups, ethnic specific groups, families, and for the wider
community of Little Mountain/Riley Park. LMNHS is committed to
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facilitating the wider Little Mountain/Riley Park community to actively
participate, through self-help, in the development of a healthier
community.

Your Location/ Regional 1 Metro Vancouver (including Fraser Valley) Sea to Sky Corridor
Scope
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Persons of limited financial Residents of Social/Supportive


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means Housing (Including Transition
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organization's service Residents of Vancouver's
areas to BCH tenants Inner City (Downtown South, Persons with Disabilities
which match Celebrate Downtown East Side, Mount (including Mental Health)
2010 program criteria Pleasant)
New Immigrants (including
Aboriginal Peoples Refugees)

Children (6-12yrs) Youth (13-18yrs)


Tenant Demographic
Select all that apply Adults Seniors
Families

In estimating organizational capacity below, please be realistic in indicating how many BC Housing
tenants you could support to attend a sport competition event during the Olympic or Paralympic
Games or one of the nightly Victory Ceremonies during the Olympic Games. Remember that, while
public transit is included with these tickets, the host regions will be busy and it will take extra time to
get around. Tickets will be allocated in blocks, so you will all be seated in the same area at the same
event on the same day.

Organizational Ticket
Capacity: Total number 10 Tickets x_ event(s) 20 Tickets x_1. event(s)
of tickets you can support
per event (eg. 20 tickets x 30 Tickets x event(s) 40 Tickets x_ event(s)
2 events - on different
50 Tickets x event(s) Other, x event(s)
days)
please specify

Tickets will be allocated to organization staff and volunteers to the extent necessary to ensure the
ticket recipients enjoy the experience. Please indicate your normal chaperone to client ratio so that
these numbers can be included in our planning.

1 Chaperone per 5 Clients


Chaperone/ Client Ratio 1 Chaperone per 10 Clients

Other, please specify

Wheelchair-Accessible Would any of the clients you select to attend require wheelchair-accessible
Seating
seating? If so, please estimate how many

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Celebrate 2010 is a program of the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic
and Paralympic Winter Games (VANOC) and its partners to ensure people with limited
financial means - with a focus on children and families, residents of Vancouver's inner city
and Aboriginal peoples - are able to share in the dream of attending Canada's Games. If your
organization is interested in being part of this program, please complete and return this Profile
which will help your Community Developer understand your organization's interest and
capacity to participate in Celebrate 2010.
The community organization providing this profile acknowledges that the information
is for tenant support only. Completion of the form does not allocate any tickets or
guarantee that the community organization will receive any tickets to 2010 Winter
Games events. VANOC is working with BC Housing to implement a fair distribution plan for
these tickets. Community organizations which have provided a completed profile will be
notified by their Community Developer to confirm their allocation of tickets based on the
capacity to support tenants.

Please complete Profile and scan a copy and email or fax to:
Vancouver Coastal Region Community Developer: Darlene Mahyr-Richardson
fax: 604.609.7031
email: drichardson@bchousing.org

Fraser Region Community Developer: Nicholas Najda


Fax: 604.525.8201
e-mail: nnaida@bchousinq.org

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION PROFILE

Organization Name Thunderbird Neighbourhood Association


Address 2311 Cassiar Street, Vancouver. BC
Phone 604 713-1818
Website thunderbirdcc.ca
Name Lily Dong
Contact Position Community Recreation Supervisor
Person Direct Phone 604 713-1821
Direct Email Lily.dong@vancouver.ca

Your Mandate To provide educational, cultural, recreational and social service programs
to the Thunderbird catchment area.

Pagel of 2
Your Location/ Regional X Metro Vancouver (including Fraser Valley) Sea to Sky Corridor
Scope Q Other, please specify

X Residents of
X Persons of limited financial
Celebrate 2010 Criteria Social/Supportive Housing
means
Indicate your (Including Transition Homes and
Residents of Vancouver's Shelters)
organization's service
areas to BCH tenants Inner City (Downtown South, X Persons with Disabilities
which match Celebrate Downtown East Side, Mount
(including Mental Health)
2010 program criteria Pleasant)
X New Immigrants (including
X Aboriginal Peoples
Refugees)

X Children (6-12yrs) X Youth (13-18yrs)


Tenant Demographic
Select all that apply X Adults X Seniors
X Families

In estimating organizational capacity below, please be realistic in indicating how many BC Housing
tenants you could support to attend a sport competition event during the Olympic or Paralympic
Games or one of the nightly Victory Ceremonies during the Olympic Games. Remember that, while
public transit is included with these tickets, the host regions will be busy and it will take extra time to
get around. Tickets will be allocated in blocks, so you will all be seated in the same area at the same
event on the same day.

Organizational Ticket
Capacity: Total number 10 Tickets x event(s) X 20 Tickets x 4 event(s)
of tickets you can support
per event (eg. 20 tickets x 30 Tickets x event(s) 40 Tickets x event(s)
2 events - on different 50 Tickets x O t h e r, x e v e n t ( s )
event(s)
days)
please specify

Tickets will be allocated to organization staff and volunteers to the extent necessary to ensure the
ticket recipients enjoy the experience. Please indicate your normal chaperone to client ratio so that
these numbers can be included in our planning.

1 Chaperone per 5 Clients


Chaperone/ Client Ratio X 1 Chaperone per 10 Clients
Other, please specify

Wheelchair-Accessible Would any of the clients you select to attend require wheelchair-accessible
Seating seating? If so, please estimate how many

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CELEBRATE 2010: EXPERIENCE THE GAMES


Vancouver jam vancouvw 7010

Celebrate 2010 is a program of the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic
and Paralympic Winter Games (VANOC) and its partners to ensure people with limited
financial means - with a focus on children and families, residents of Vancouver's inner city
and Aboriginal peoples - are able to share in the dream of attending Canada's Games. If your
organization is interested in being part of this program, please complete and return this Profile
which will help your Community Developer understand your organization's interest and
capacity to participate in Celebrate 2010.
The communrty organization providing this profile acknowledges that the information
is for tenant support only. Completion of the form does not allocate any tickets or
guarantee that the community organization will receive any tickets to 2010 Winter
Games events. VANOC is working with BC Housing to implement a fair distribution plan for
these tickets. Community organizations which have provided a completed profile will be
notified by their Community Developer to confirm their allocation of tickets based on the
capacity to support tenants.

Please complete Profile and scan a copy and email or fax to:
Vancouver Coastal Region Community Developer: Darlene Mahyr-Richardson
fax: 604.609.7031
email: drichardson@bchousina.org

Fraser Region Community Developer: Nicholas Najda


Fax: 604.525.8201
e-mail: nnaida@bchousina.org

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION PROFILE

I Organization Name
| Canadian Mental Health Association, Vancouver-Burnaby Branch
! Address
j 175 West Broadway, Vancouver BC, V5Y1P4
Phone
1604-872-4902
Website ! www.vb.cmha.bc.ca
Name Jim Marsh
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Contact Position Community Rehab Services - Team Leader
Person Direct Phone 604-818-0765
Direct Email Jim.marsh.vbg&cmha.bc.ca

Your Mandate Provide rehabilitation services for people living with mental illness, and
provide mental health promotion/education through community programs.

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Your Location/ Regional X Metro Vancouver (including Fraser Valley) Q Sea to Sky Corridor
Scope Other, please specify

Celebrate 2010 Criteria X Persons of limited financial X Residents of Social/Supportive


means Housing (including Transition
Indicate your Homes and Shelters)
organization's service Q Residents of Vancouver's
areas to BCH tenants Inner City (Downtown South, Persons with Disabilities
which match Celebrate Downtown East Side, Mount (including Mental Health)
2010 program criteria Pleasant) New Immigrants (including
D Aboriginal Peoples Refugees)

Children (6-12yrs) O Youth (13-18yrs)


Tenant Demographic
Select all that apply X Adults X Seniors
Q Families

In estimating organizational capacity below, please be realistic in indicating how many BC Housing
tenants you could support to attend a sport competition event during the Olympic or Paralympic
Games or one of the nightly Victory Ceremonies during the Olympic Games. Remember that, while
public transit is included with these tickets, the host regions will be busy and it will take extra time to
get around. Tickets will be allocated in blocks, so you will ail be seated in the same area at the same
event on the same day.

Organizational Ticket
Capacity: Total number * X 10 Tickets x 7 eventfe) 2 0 Ti c k e t s x e v e n t ( s )
of tickets you can support
a 30 Tickets x everrt(s) Q 40 Tickets x event(s)
per event (eg. 20 tickets x
2 events - on different Q 50 Tickets x Q O t h e r, x e v e n t ( s )
event(s)
days)
$ please specify / / rt<>feryzj/&vir

Tickets will be allocated to organization staff and volunteers to the extent necessary to ensure the
ticket recipients enjoy the experience. Please indicate your normal chaperone to client ratio so that
these numbers can be included in our planning.

Q 1 Chaperone per 5 Clients


Chaperone/ Client Ratio X 1 Chaperone per 10 Clients
U Other, please specify

Wheelchair-Accessible Would any of the clients you select to attend require wheelchair-accessible
Seating seating? If so, please estimate how many

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Celebrate 2010 is a program of the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic
and Paralympic Winter Games (VANOC) and its partners to ensure people with limited
financial means - with a focus on children and families, residents of Vancouver's inner city
and Aboriginal peoples - are able to share in the dream of attending Canada's Games. If your
organization is interested in being part of this program, please complete and return this Profile
which will help your Community Developer understand your organization's interest and
capacity to participate in Celebrate 2010.
The community organization providing this profile acknowledges that the information
is for tenant support only. Completion of the form does not allocate any tickets or
guarantee that the community organization will receive any tickets to 2010 Winter
Games events. VANOC is working with BC Housing to implement a fair distribution plan for
these tickets. Community organizations which have provided a completed profile will be
notified by their Community Developer to confirm their allocation of tickets based on the
capacity to support tenants.

Please complete Profile and scan a copy and email or fax to:
Vancouver Coastal Region Community Developer: Darlene Mahyr-Richardson
fax: 604.609.7031
email: drichardson(5)bchousinq.orq

Fraser Region Community Developer: Nicholas Najda


Fax: 604.525.8201
e-mail: nnaida(S)bchousinq.orq

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Organization Name Kiwassa Neighbourhood House
Address 2425 Oxford Street, Vancouver BC V5K 1M7
Phone 604-254-5401
Website www.kiwassa.ca
Name Jennifer Brubacher
Contact Position Community Programs Manager
Person Direct Phone 604-254-5401
Direct Email jenniferb@kiwassa.ca

Your Mandate Providing opportunities that educate and empower people so they may
participate productively in their community. Kiwassa fosters personal,
social and community development within the community of Hastings
Page 1 of 3
Sunrise and Grandview-Woodlands.

Your Location/ Regional S Metro Vancouver (including Fraser Valley) Sea to Sky Corridor
Scope Other, please specify

Persons of limited financial ^Residents of Social/Supportive


Celebrate 2010 Criteria means Housing (Including Transition
Indicate your Homes and Shelters)
Residents of Vancouver's
organization's service
areas to BCH tenants Inner City (Downtown South, Persons with Disabilities
which match Celebrate Downtown East Side, Mount (including Mental Health)
2010 program criteria Pleasant) New Immigrants (including
Aboriginal Peoples Refugees)

^Children (6-12yrs) v^Youth(13-18yrs)


Tenant Demographic
Select all that apply Adults Seniors
Families

In estimating organizational capacity below, please be realistic in indicating how many BC Housing
tenants you could support to attend a sport competition event during the Olympic or Paralympic
Games or one of the nightly Victory Ceremonies during the Olympic Games. Remember that, while
public transit is included with these tickets, the host regions will be busy and it will take extra time to
get around. Tickets will be allocated in blocks, so you will all be seated in the same area at the same
event on the same day.

Organizational Ticket
Capacity: Total number 10 Tickets x_ event(s) 20 Tickets x event(s)
of tickets you can support
per event (eg. 20 tickets x 30 Tickets x _ event(s) 40 Tickets x event(s)
2 events - on different 50 Tickets x _ event(s) mother, x 2 event(s)
days)
please specify 26 tickets
_
._
!____

Tickets will be allocated to organization staff and volunteers to the extent necessary to ensure the
ticket recipients enjoy the experience. Please indicate your normal chaperone to client ratio so that
these numbers can be included in our planning.

1 Chaperone per 5 Clients


Chaperone/ Client Ratio 1 Chaperone per 10 Clients 4 chaperones in total
^Other, please specify 2
chaperones/13 kids/youth

Wheelchair-Accessible i Would any of the clients you select to attend require wheelchair-raccessible
Seating
( seating? If so, please estimate how many

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and Paralympic Winter Games (VANOC) and its partners to ensure people with limited
financial means -- with a focus on children and families, residents of Vancouver's inner city
and Aboriginal peoples - are able to share in the dream of attending Canada's Games. If your
organization is interested in being part of this program, please complete and return this Profile
which will help your Community Developer understand your organization's interest and
capacity to participate in Celebrate 2010.
The cpmmunity organization providing this profile acknowledges that the information
is for tenant support only. Completion of the form does not allocate any tickets or
guarantee that the community organization will receive any tickets to 2010 Winter
Games events. VANOC is working with BC Housing to implement a fair distribution plan for
these tickets. Community organizations which have provided a completed profile will be
notified by their Community Developer to confirm their allocation of tickets based on the
capacity to support tenants.

Please complete Profile and scan a copy and email or fax to:
Vancouver Coastal Region Community Developer: Darlene Mahyr-Richardson
fax: 604.609.7031
email: drichardson(a)bchousinq.orq

Fraser Region Community Developer: Nicholas Najda


Fax: 604.525.8201
e-mail: nnaida@bchousinq.org

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION PROFILE

Organization Name Strathcona Community Centre


Address 601 Keefer Street
Phone 604 713-1838
Website Strathconacc.com
Name Wes Uyeyama
Contact Position Recreation Supervisor
Person Direct Phone 604 713-1841
Direct Email Wes.uyeyama@vancouver.ca

Your Mandate to sustain promote and develop a resource that supports the
changing social and recreational needs and aspirations of the
strathcona community.
Pagel of 2
Your Location/ Regional XQ Metro Vancouver (including Fraser Valley) Sea to Sky Corridor
Scope a Other, please specify

X Persons of limited financial X Residents of Social/Supportive


Celebrate 2010 Criteria means Housing (Including Transition
Indicate your Homes and Shelters)
organization's service X Residents of Vancouver's
areas to BCH tenants Inner City (Downtown South, Persons with Disabilities
which match Celebrate Downtown East Side, Mount (including Mental Health)
2010 program criteria Pleasant) X New Immigrants (including
X Aboriginal Peoples Refugees)

X Children (6-12yrs) X Youth (13-18yrs)


Tenant Demographic
Select all that apply X Adults X Seniors
X Families

In estimating organizational capacity below, please be realistic in indicating how many BC Housing
tenants you could support to attend a sport competition event during the Olympic or Paralympic
Games or one of the nightly Victory Ceremonies during the Olympic Games. Remember that, while
public transit is included with these tickets, the host regions will be busy and it will take extra time to
get around. Tickets will be allocated in blocks, so you will all be seated in the same area at the same
event on the same day.

Organizational Ticket
Capacity: Total number X 10 Tickets x _2 event(s) X20Tickets x_2 event(s)
of tickets you can support
per event (eg. 20 tickets x 30 Tickets x event(s) 40 Tickets x event(s)
2 events - on different 50 Tickets x event(s) O t h e r, x e v e n t ( s )
days)
please specify

Tickets will be allocated to organization staff and volunteers to the extent necessary to ensure the
ticket recipients enjoy the experience. Please indicate your normal chaperone to client ratio so that
these numbers can be included in our planning.

1 Chaperone per 5 Clients


Chaperone/ Client Ratio X 1 Chaperone per 10 Clients
Other, please specify

Wheelchair-Accessible Would any of the clients you select to attend require wheelchair-accessible )
Seating seating? If so, please estimate how many 2 j

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and Paralympic Winter Games (VANOC) and its partners to ensure people with limited
financial means - with a focus on children and families, residents of Vancouver's inner city
and Aboriginal peoples - are able to share in the dream of attending Canada's Games. If your
organization is interested in being part of this program, please complete and return this Profile
which will help your Community Developer understand your organization's interest and
capacity to participate in Celebrate 2010.
The community organization providing this profile acknowledges that the information
is for tenant support only. Completion of the form does not allocate any tickets or
guarantee that the community organization will receive any tickets to 2010 Winter
Games events. VANOC is working with BC Housing to implement a fair distribution plan for
these tickets. Community organizations which have provided a completed profile will be
notified by their Community Developer to confirm their allocation of tickets based on the
capacity to support tenants;

Please complete Profile and scan a copy and email or fax to:
Vancouver Coastal Region Community Developer: Darlene Mahyr-Richardson
fax: 604.609.7031
email: drichardson@bchousinq.org

Fraser Region Community Developer: Nicholas Najda
Fax: 604.525.8201
e-mail: nnaida@bchousing.org

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION PROFILE

Organization Name Ray-Cam Co-Operative Community Center


Address 920 E. Hastings Street
Phone 604-257-6949
www.ravcam.com
Website

Name Linda De Ciantis


Contact Position Program Coordinator
Person Direct Phone 604-257-6949
Direct Email Linda.deciantis@vancouver.ca

Pagel of 3
To encourage and support community members to utilize their strengths and
gifts in the improvement of day to day life in the community.
To provide access to recreational, educational, social, cultural and economic
program which advance the opportunities and abilities for community
Your Mandate members, especially children and youth; and enable them to make successful
and fulfilling life choices.

To provide a safe and accepting environment for members of the community.

To facilitate partnerships to achieve community goals

Your Location/ Regional Q Metro Vancouver (including Fraser Valley) D Sea to Sky Corridor
Scope Other, please specify inner city Vancouver hasting corridor

xPersons of limited financial xResidents of Social/Supportive


Celebrate 2010 Criteria
means Housing (Including Transition
Indicate your Homes and Shelters)
organization's service xResidents of Vancouver's
areas to BCH tenants Inner City (Downtown South, xPersons with Disabilities
which match Celebrate Downtown East Side, Mount (including Mental Health)
2010 program criteria Pleasant)
xNew Immigrants (including
x Aboriginal Peoples Refugees)

Children (6-12yrs) Youth (13-18yrs)


Tenant Demographic
Select all that apply Adults Seniors
Families

In estimating organizational capacity below, please be realistic in indicating how many BC Housing
tenants you could support to attend a sport competition event during the Olympic or Paralympic'
Games or one of the nightly Victory Ceremonies during the Olympic Games. Remember that, while
public transit is included with these tickets, the host regions will be busy and it will take extra time to
get around. Tickets will be allocated in blocks, so you will ail be seated in the same area at the same
event on the same day.

Organizational Ticket 20 Tickets x event(s)


Capacity: Total number 10 Tickets x event(s)
of tickets you can support 40 Tickets x event(s)
per event (eg. 20 tickets x x30 Tickets x 10, . event(s) Other, x event(s)
2 events - on different 50 Tickets x . event(s)
days) please specify need to meet our
operational time capacity for
s t a f fi n g / v o l u n t e e r s . _ ^
Tickets will be allocated to organization staff and volunteers to the extent necessary to ensure the
ticket recipients enjoy the experience. Please indicate your normal chaperone to client ratio so that
these numbers can be included in our planning.

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tenants you could support to attend a sport competition event during the Olympic or Paralympic
Games or one of the nightly Victory Ceremonies during the Olympic Games. Remember that, while
public transit is included with these tickets, the host regions will be busy and it will take extra time to
get around. Tickets will be allocated in blocks, so you will all be seated in the same area at the same
event on the same day.

Organizational Ticket
Capacity: Total number 10 Tickets x event(s) ,2^20 Tickets x \_ event(s)
of tickets you can support
30 Tickets x . event(s) 40 Tickets x event(s)
per event (eg. 20 tickets x
2 events - on different 50 Tickets x _ event(s) O t h e r, x e v e n t ( s )
days) '
please specify

Tickets will be allocated to organization staff and volunteers to the extent necessary to ensure the
ticket recipients enjoy the experience. Please indicate your normal chaperone to client ratio so that
these numbers can be included in our planning.

1 Chaperone per 5 Clients


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Celebrate 2010 is a program of the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic
and Paralympic Winter Games (VANOC) and its partners to ensure people with limited
financial means - with a focus on children and families, residents of Vancouver's inner city
and Aboriginal peoples - are able to share in the dream of attending Canada's Games. If your
organization is interested in being part of this program, please complete and return this Profile
which will help your Community Developer understand your organization's interest and
capacity to participate in Celebrate 2010.

The community organization providing this profile acknowledges that the information
is for tenant support only. Completion of the form does not allocate any tickets or
guarantee that the community organization will receive any tickets to 2010 Winter
Games events. VANOC is working with BC Housing to implement a fair distribution plan for
these tickets. Community organizations which have provided a completed profile will be
notified by their Community Developer to confirm their allocation of tickets based on the
capacity to support tenants.

Please complete Profile and scan a copy and email or fax to:
Vancouver Coastal Region Community Developer: Darlene Mahyr-Richardson
fax: 604.609.7031
email: dn'chardson(5)bchousinq.orq

Fraser Region Community Developer: Nicholas Najda


Fax: 604.525.8201
e-mail: nnaida@bchousinq.org

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION PROFILE

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financial means - with a focus on children and families, residents of Vancouver's inner city
and Aboriginal peoples - are able to share in the dream of attending Canada's Games. If your
organization is interested in being part of this program, please complete and return this Profile
which will help your Community Developer understand your organization's interest and
capacity to participate in Celebrate 2010.
The community organization providing this profile acknowledges that the information
is for tenant support only. Completion of the form does not allocate any tickets or
guarantee that the community organization will receive any tickets to 2010 Winter
Games events. VANOC is working with BC Housing to implement a fair distribution plan for
these tickets. Community organizations which have provided a completed profile will be
notified by their Community Developer to confirm their allocation of tickets based on the
capacity to support tenants.

Please complete Profile and scan a copy and email or fax to:
Vancouver Coastal Region Community Developer: Darlene Mahyr-Richardson
fax: 604.609.7031
email: drichardson@bchousing.org

Fraser Region Community Developer: Nicholas Najda


Fax: 604.525.8201
e-mail: nnaida(5)bchousinq.orq

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION PROFILE

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Games or one of the nightly Victory Ceremonies during the Olympic Games. Remember that, while
public transit is included with these tickets, the host regions will be busy and it will take extra time to
get around. Tickets will be allocated in blocks, so you will all be seated in the same area at the same
event on the same day.

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of tickets you can support
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days)
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ticket recipients enjoy the experience. Please indicate your normal chaperone to client ratio so that
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From: Delaine Willms [dwillms@sscss.orgl


Sent: Tuesday, November 03, 2009 2:02 PM
To: Nicholas Najda
Cc: 'Maureen Joyce'
Subject: RE: 2010 event tickets

Vow...this would be a great opportunity for our tenants at Alderhaven. We could potentially have 10-12 tenants interested, plus
iupport staff. Any events would be greatly appreciated such as open/closing ceremonies, figure skating, hockey, etc!! Count us in

)elaine

:rom: Maureen Joyce [mailto:mjoyce@sscss.org]


Jent: Thursday, October 29, 2009 10:12 AM
To: 'Delaine Willms'
Subject: FW: 2010 event tickets

Jot sure if you receied this. Maybe you can bring it up at your ext meeting. See you later.
A.

:rom: Nicholas Najda [mailto:nnajda@bchousing.org]


Jent: Thursday, October 29,2009 10:05 AM
To: Nicholas Najda
Subject: 2010 event tickets

i\ all,

JC Housing has partnered with VANOC to distribute 2010 Olympic and Paralympic event tickets to our tenants.
ks front line service providers you are well positioned to assist those tenants who are not able to attend on their own.
Ne are inviting you to consider chaperoning a group or a few groups of tenants from your sites as part of your regular
;ervice/support programming.
'our staff will receive complimentary tickets in exchange for attending with tenant groups.

"his is a preliminary exploration to guage interest from our service partners.


f you think you would like to coordinate tenant group outtings to sports events and/or ceremony celebrations, please reply back to
ne indicating how many tenants you could bring at a time and how many outtings you would like to coordinate. Transportation will
je by public transit - or any other options that you can coordinate.
)nce we find out how many tenants can be accomodated, we will plan how to allocate spaces.

Jest,
Jick

Nicholas Najda
Regional Community Developer

<C Housing Management Commission


raser Region
00 5945 Kathleen Ave
iurnaby,BCV5H4J7
>h: 604-529-2268
x: 604-525-8201
:m: nnajda@bchousing.org
'isit: www.bchouslng.org

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