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To see kids and families thrive together


Our Mission: To provide quality programs, resources, and services that promote healthy family development so children can thrive holistically.

  • Through Clubhouse Kids, we help children become the best of themselves and to be positive contributors of society.

  • Through resources, programs and services, we help families overcome struggles and barriers to healthy relationships.

*As of February 2021, The Hope Project became a registered Canadian charity and now operates separately from our organization. Visit their website for more information.


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Vincent Chan (President/Founder) has been volunteering and working in non-profit & charity environments for the past 20 years. His past roles include assistant, staff, management, and board director. His experiences include community service providers, out-of-school care, and churches. He graduated with a BSc in Interactive Arts (SFU) and a MA in Children’s and Family Ministries (Bethel Seminary). He currently works as a local pastor to children, youth, and families.

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Andrew Mok (Vice-President/Treasurer) has been working in the Delta School District as an Elementary School Teacher for over 15 years. Prior to teaching, he worked at a non-profit organization as a day camp director, leader, and Out-of-School Care worker. He graduated with a BHk and BEd at UBC. He is currently working as a grade 6/7 teacher.

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Patricia Tseng (Secretary) was born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia. She grew up in a modest family, which instilled core values that she exemplifies today. Patricia attended SFU and graduated with a Criminology Degree. She entered Lions Club in 2007, and has raised the ranks from her club, eventually being Club President in 2012-2013 and again in 2015- 2016. Her enthusiasm also allowed her to take on the role as Zone Chairperson in 2015-2016. Her passion for Lionism and community work is evident as she sits on multiple community boards, which has earned her multiple awards. Coming from a humble family, she knows the importance of helping those in need and are less fortunate. She currently works for the federal government.


Vincent established Thriving Kids Care Society in 2017 to launch various initiatives he had previously explored under his former church. This autonomy allowed the society to be better positioned to meet the needs of families and the community. Since launch, activities have evolved and refined with a more focused direction. Follow along with our growing history as we strive to see children and families thrive.


We recognize the importance of partnering with organizations to share resources to reach the same goals together. We value organizations with shared values and direction and always looking to connect. Please reach out for a conversation to see if we are a fit for each other.


Our strategy is to partner with organizations with under-utilized facilities without the resources or means to run their own outreach programs. We provide a complete turnkey program that will benefit the community and our campus partners. If you are not in a city we currently operate in or in a location far enough from an existing campus in the same city, please reach out for a conversation.

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The Camp Benevolence Fund was created to provide partial subsidies for families referred by a social service provider. We understand that life circumstances can make it difficult for a family to afford positive experiences that contribute to their child’s development. Thus, we want to help if and where we can.

To be eligible apply, the family must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be of low-income status according to Stats Canada LICO

  • Must have registered or will be registering for multiple weeks

In addition, the family must be of at least one of the following situations:

  • Single-parent families

  • Families living in transitional housing

  • Single child families where social interaction with other children is limited

The number and amount of subsidies will depend on available funds. To apply, a social service provider must complete the form below on behalf of the family. 


The Camp Benevolence Fund is only possible through donations by people like you! Please use the online donation form if you would like to donate towards this fund. Due to the sensitive nature of the children we will be supporting, we cannot reveal any details to donors except a general report at the end of the camp.


Note: We are a registered non-profit society, not a registered Canadian charity. Thus, we, unfortunately, cannot provide a tax receipt for your donations.

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