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WCSS Outreach Services

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Book a one-on-one call with a member of our Outreach team.

WCSS respectfully appreciates the learning, support and healing that takes place on the bountiful and beautiful shared territories of the Squamish Nation and the Lil’wat Nation.

Not all face coverings are created equal. We are asking everyone in our indoor spaces to wear a face mask

No face shields without mask

No Buffs, bandanas, or Balaclavas or make shift face coverings

The health and safety of our teams and community is our #1 priority. Thank you for understanding!

You Talk, We Listen

Outreach Services

Our outreach professionals are here to listen and offer support. We provide no-cost, confidential support for life’s challenges.


Food Security

Food is an integral part of a community’s overall health and wellness.  We support the community with emergency food, nutrition education and sharing meals. 


Re-Use-It & Re-Build-It

Every visit to the Re-Use-It Centre or Re-Build-It Centre is a treasure hunt. And every sale helps takes care of the community. Stores open daily.

30 years of community impact

Our Story

Through our social enterprises, volunteers and donors, we support community members where they need it most, like the Whistler Food Bank, Outreach Services, and 20+ other programs and services.


Our Latest Updates

We Are On Your Side

Thank you to the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation and the Sea to Sky Safety Net for this wonderful video. Mental wellness and substance use support is

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2021/22 Navigator Is Here

We are excited to announce that the Whistler Navigator is updated for the fall/winter season.  You can visit our website for access to the digital handbook of

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A unique fashion item curated from donations received one day (pictured behind) at WCSS.

Announcing: Re-Love-It

Re Love It Store launches curated fashion collection Whistler Community Services Society expands its social enterprise with an online store. A pioneer in Whistler’s circular

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