Camp Pringle Dock Radical Renovation
Volunteer and Help Rebuild a Dock for Kids
About This Campaign
Until April 1st, this campaign is only available to members of the Vancouver Island Construction Association (VICA).
This May 13-15th come to beautiful Shawnigan Lake for a weekend Radical Renovation of a 4,700 sq. ft kids dock at Camp Pringle. Bring your family (see below for details), and they can watch your membership work like a well-oiled machine, resurfacing and partially rebuilding the entire dock on Saturday.
After arriving Friday evening, you and your family will have time to settle in and relax, before all the work begins on Saturday. You will sit down with your friends and family for a delicious lunch and dinner in the big hall. While you make a radical difference your family will be entertained by camp counsellors. Possible activities include, games, hiking, boating, low rope course, high rope course, wall climbing, swimming, archery, and more.
On Saturday evening the experience will continue with entertainment, campfires, and songs.Then Sunday morning will be the Big Reveal! Amid hoopla and fanfare the finished project will be unveiled. Your kids will be first to leap off the dock and into the lake!
Note: To keep the event affordable, the camp needs to recoup food costs for families larger than three (contractor +2 family members). Kids under 6 are free, youth between 7 & 16 cost $25 each, and those over 16 will be charged $50, inclusive of all meals. Accommodations are complimentary for the entire family. Children 5 and under must be accompanied by an adult. We are trying to arrange some supervision for them, and will let you know more closer to the event.
Location / Venue
- 2520 West Shawnigan Lake Road
- Shawnigan Lake, BC
- May 06, 2017 09:00 am to
- May 06, 2017 05:00 pm
Campaign to Support HeroWork Program Society
HeroWork renews and refreshes charity buildings through exciting events called Radical Renovations. Imagine a modern day barn-raising, where community comes together with massive cooperation and common vision. Money, resources, and people are leveraged to achieve exceptional transformations of charity buildings at a small fraction of traditional costs and time. To date we have completed over 1.3 million dollars worth of renovations for charities, while mobilizing more than 170 companies and 1200 volunteers.
Radical Renovations are an example of what can be done when people work together with common vision and good planning. HeroWork is a registered charity whose longterm vision is to create a community infrastructure renewal movement across Canada and beyond through a social franchise model. To discover more about the problem and how we're working to solve it, click here.