Regional Coordinator

Dorla Tune

Phone:  604.294.8929

Email: dorlat@uwlm.ca

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Regional Aboriginal Engagement Coordinator

Tara Mclaughlin - Fraser Region Aboriginal ECD Network     tara.ecd@gmail.com

Community Coordinators

Burnaby: Kamala Sproule     kamalasproule@gmail.com                                                   
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Delta: Andrea Lemire     coordinator@deltakids.ca

Langley:  

New Westminster: Lisa Paterson     lisa.paterson@gov.bc.ca                      
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North Shore: Kerry Watts     kerry.watts@nscr.bc.ca

Richmond: Helen Davidson     helendavidson@shaw.ca                                                              
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Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows: Roberta O'Brien     rmecd@shaw.ca                                                                  
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Sea to Sky: Alli Redding    pcfi@sscs.ca                                      
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Sunshine Coast: Heidy Kux-Kardos     heidykk@telus.net

Surrey/White Rock: Jessica Pan     childrenspartnershipsurreywr@gmail.com 
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Tri-Cities: Susan Foster     susan.foster@gov.bc.ca                                                          
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Vancouver:

Communities We Serve

Anmore, Belcarra, Bowen Island, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Delta, Gibsons, City of Langley, Township of Langley, Lions Bay, Maple Ridge, Mt. Currie, New Westminster, North Vancouver City, North Vancouver District, N'Quatqua, Pemberton, Pitt Meadows, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Richmond, Sechelt, Southern Stlatl'imx, Squamish, Surrey, Vancouver, West Vancouver, Whistler and White Rock.  

Supporting Children & Families in the Lower Mainland

The funding that Success By 6 allocates to the United Way of the Lower Mainland (UWML) is invested throughout the region.

Building on UWLM’s long-term investments in local Early Years community development work, the Success By 6 (SB6) funds are directed to activities defined in local Early Years strategic plans, with recommendations identified by local planning coalitions and approved by UWLM.  Empowering these coalitions to engage collaboratively in this kind of work supports them to continue to make gains in community-driven planning and coordination, awareness and mobilization, and improved service delivery.

The SB6 Projects grant focuses on local, small-scale projects that are essential to children’s development and overall family wellbeing. Examples include You Make the Difference parent education programs, Family Place drop-in programs, early literacy programs, and Parent Child Mother Goose bonding sessions.