The BCCCS researched the most reasonably priced and most effective vaporization tools for a variety of medicine intake needs. All options have a noticeably smoother draw, improved taste, and less odour compared to smoking.
To ensure the life of your vaporizer, weekly or bi-weekly maintenance is recommended. We usually recommend to swab or submerge the atomizer in alcohol, the method in the video below takes an extra step some might find worth trying to get the longest use of your vaporizer.
We love our neighborhood and we love Clark park! So do our neighbours at Stratford Hall School and that is why they are collecting donations to upgrade the community! Please click on the photo to learn how you can help #SaveClarkPark!
The BC Compassion Club Society has an opportunity to earn a booth to represent You, our members, along with our unique non-profit dispensary model (centered in holistic healing & patient advocacy) at the amazing and inspiring Spirit Plant Medicine Conference…
But we need help getting there!
We understand that this event is not as financially accessible as other events, however…
If you or someone you know is interested in attending the conference, please use DISCOUNT CODE: COMPASSION and save $22 on admission.
*Please note that this is a term posting of 8 hours per week for 6 months.
The BC Compassion Club Society is seeking a fundraiser to develop fundraising campaigns for the society.
Successful track record of fundraising
Strong communication skills
An understanding of potential donors
Experience with online donation campaigns and social media
Knowledge of campaign finance rules and regulations
Able to commit to 6 months minimum
Experience in fundraising and marketing
Applicable training in fundraising and marketing
We offer a basic starting wage of $16 per hour with generous in-house and extended benefits available. Apply by email with cover letter and firstname.lastname@example.org byTuesday August 23, 2016. To receive a copy of our application, please send an email request email@example.com.
No phone calls please. We thank all applicants for their interest, however only short-listed applicants will be contacted. For more information on the organization visit our webpage: www.thecompassionclub.org.
The BCCCS encourages applications from all qualified candidates including/prioritizing women, members of visible minorities, Aboriginal persons, members of sexual minorities, and persons with disabilities.
VANCOUVER – A unanimous decision by the City of Vancouver’s Board of Variance (BOV) on April 20th means the BC Compassion Club Society (BCCCS) will not have to close its doors after providing important medicinal marijuana and holistic services for 18 years.
“This decision comes as a great relief to our 6000 members who have been waiting, terrified for this day”, said Hilary Black, founder of the BCCCS. “The BOV understood that we are a safety net for patients falling through the cracks of the healthcare system. We have been taking care of our community 18 years. I am grateful the BOV chose to support us.”
“The heart of the issue is that we are near two schools, both of which have no opposition to our presence in the neighborhood, this is our home. Clearly the BOV has seen that we are not a threat to the public or the safety of children. Our Wellness Centre provides 3,400 health care appointments each year, and closing it would cause massive hardship on our patients.”
The BC Compassion Club Society opened its doors in May of 1997. It provides medical cannabis as well as many holistic therapies through the Wellness Centre to a total of 6000 patients a year.
Media inquiries call Hilary Black, Founder BC Compassion Club Society 778-986-8842