Whistler is a town synonymous with dreams. However, we are not immune to the challenges in society found outside our beautiful valley. Substance use, depression, anxiety, and financial insecurity all live here alongside us. While the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to light many of these personal challenges people are facing, these difficult issues have been in our community long before the pandemic came along. And Whistler Community Services Society is here to help. In fact, they have been helping since 1989.
Alongside National Mental Health Week, WCSS launched an appeal to our community. By June 15th, they aim to raise $50,000 in support of inclusive outreach programs designed to support and enrich the lives of our community’s underserved residents.
100 Women Who Care Whistler is designed to make an immediate positive effect on the lives of our neighbours by bringing together 100 (or more) women in Whistler who care about local community causes and who are committed to community strength.