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News and Updates

Thank you Roca Blanca Dance Studio!

We are greatly appreciative of the fundraising efforts by Roca Blanca Dance Studio! On Oct. 6, they raised $500 for Seniors Come Share Society through an event that featured a Cowboy Cha Cha dance lesson and silent auction. Thank you Brian, Lyn, Karen, the rest of the Roca Blanca Dance Studio and our amazing board members for organizing this event. Your contribution to our community is outstanding and your generosity continues to help our local seniors. Thank you again! For more information about Roca Blanca Dance Studio and their amazing dance lessons visit:

The Deloitte Team gives back!

Seniors Come Share Society was again the lucky recipient of Deloitte’s annual IMPACT DAY, a corporate initiative aimed to help local communities through volunteer work. On October 3rd, the Deloitte staff from their Langley office volunteered to paint the walls at our White Rock Day Program and Community Support office. They also spent some time with our Day Program clients and completed the tedious task of preparing boxes of files for shredding. We are truly grateful for their hard work and commitment to give back to their community. Thank you once again to the wonderful team from Deloitte Langley, your efforts were very much appreciated!

3rd Annual Fundraiser Pub Night

You’re invited to our 3rd Annual Fundraiser Pub Night! Come out and have some fun helping us help Seniors. The fundraiser is on November 6, 2014 from 5:00pm to 8:30pm at Sawbucks Neighbourhood Pub (1626 152nd Street, Surrey, BC). Tickets are $25.00. See additional details attached.

UBC study to increase physical activity in older adults

UBC is now recruiting volunteer instructors and participants 65+ years of age to lead or join a free group exercise program held in 2015 at the Langara Family YMCA, Tong Louie Family YMCA, and Robert Lee YMCA as part of a research study being conducted at the University of British Columbia. Please visit us at or email and call us for more information:, (604) 822 9140 The GOAL Trial aims to help increase older adults’ enjoyment of and adherence to an exercise program by grouping participants together. More information in the flyer below: