The staff and clientele here at Cameray would like to extend a big THANK YOU to BCAA for their generous donations of food, toys, and gift cards for our families in need. We greatly appreciate their support in helping our clients, agency, and greater community.
The Parent Support Program at Cameray would like to thank Calkins and Burke for their generous donation towards our annual Holiday Party, as well as gifts for children and families that attend.
The staff and clientele here are so grateful for your continued support!
Cameray would like to send a big thank you to the following TD Banks that helped raise gift cards, toys, and food for our clients in need.
- Marine & Byrne Burnaby
- Station Square, Burnaby
- Port Coquitlam Branch, Port Coquitlam
- Burnaby Ct, Lougheed & Willingdon,
- Burnaby Commercial, Lougheed & Willingdon
- Hastings and Madison Burnaby
Your generosity and support is very much appreciated by the staff and clients here at Cameray.
Cameray Featured Book: Mom Days, Dad Days (And Everyday Is Dolphin Day) by Lara Wease, MA, RCC
A special thank you to our amazing presenters, Natalie Clark, M.S.W. PhD and Penny G. Davis, M.A.
Please check out our events page for future workshops and training opportunities.
Have you ever wondered why your teen thinks, feels, or acts the way they do?
CLICK HERE to watch this informative video about the teenage brain from David Suzuki’s show The Nature of Things.
Have you filled a bucket today?A guide to daily happiness for kids
By: Carol McCloud
We are thrilled to have received a generous donation from the Metropolis at Metrotown Community Investment Fund. This fund is generated by the Metropolis Express, a trackless train that runs through the corridors of Metropolis at Metrotown and provides rides by donation. Cameray has received a donation from this fund to support our ACTS Program, which assists grade 5-7 students with the transition to high school. We are very grateful to Metropolis at Metrotown for their generous support!
Making Time for Children
We live in a time when we must learn new skills to cope with a flood of information, new technologies, and the loss of community support for our families. The almost inevitable outcome is that most adults feel unable to spend enough time with their children – time which is critical to their children’s well-being.