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CHF BC Committees
Co-op members who volunteer on CHF BC committees can:
- learn more about CHF BC’s programs and services for members.
- help set CHF BC’s future direction by offering advice to the board and staff in key areas of the Federation’s activities.
Here is a list of CHF BC committees and a short description of what each committee does:
Education – offers advice and feedback to help ensure that the education program serves the needs of CHF BC members.
There are two education committees: one for the Mainland, and one for Vancouver Island.
Finance – monitors the Federation’s finances and provides advice to the board on the annual budget, audited financial statements, investments and other financial matters.
The finance committee consists of the treasurer, any other directors appointed by the board, and two persons elected at large by delegates at the annual meeting.
Aging in place – As members get older, they sometimes face challenges in making sure they can live safely in their units, get fully involved in their co-op communities and know where to get support when they need it.
Following the lead of CHF Canada’s Aging in Place Committee, CHF BC has created its own Aging in Place Committee that will provide a focus for the Federation’s work in this area. The committee will identify ways the Federation can help co-ops to adapt to the changing needs of their members as they age.
To get involved, or to send a message to a committee, please contact the CHF BC office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 604-879-5111 (toll-free 1-866-879-5111).