PacificSport Fraser Valley is a not-for-profit that is powering sport. We deliver expert training, resources, and capacity support to the sport community, from grassroots to high performance.
In partnership with the Canadian Sport Institute, we are part of a network of regional centres across the province that is creating a stronger system for the development of athletes, coaches, integrated support teams, and sport performance facilities.
Grassroots & Community Sport
With sport participation, physical activity, and the general health of the population on the decline, PacificSport Fraser Valley is mobilizing positive change. Our purpose is to champion quality sport experiences and opportunities for physically active living - we do this by supporting capacity growth within municipalities, school districts, community sport organizations, and the health sector.
Member of the viaSport Regional Alliance
PacificSport Fraser Valley is funded by investments from the Province of British Columbia through viaSport, and is a member of the viaSport Regional Alliance— a collective of provincial sport-delivery organizations passionate about enriching lives and energizing communities via sport. Each organization delivers exceptional programming ensuring all British Columbians receive quality options to lead healthy and active lifestyles.
Like PacificSport, these organizations are leaders in coach development, physical literacy, and inclusion initiatives. They are advocates within their communities ensuring that their residents have equitable access to quality sport and physical activity opportunities. This means trained coaches, inclusive programs and services and a variety of introductory programs to help make first experiences positive ones.
In the last year alone, the viaSport Regional Alliance partners have serviced nearly 60,000 British Columbians in over 60 communities. By offering over 1,081 programs, coaching courses or workshops, providing training to 1,068 leaders, and developing countless community partnerships, their collective work is critical in bringing more opportunities to every corner of the province.