Regional Coordinator

Lisa Fenton

Phone:   250.213.5569

Email:   successby6svi@gmail.com

Regional Aboriginal Engagement Coordinator

Suzanne Jackson

Phone:  250.213.9875

Email: sjackson@hulitan.ca

Community Coordinators

Saanich/Victoria/View Royal: Belinda Macey     belinda@childcarevictoria.ca

Sooke/Westshore: Sharon McIntosh     SMintosh@sfrs.ca

Peninsula:  Marlene Dergousoff     mjdergousoff@gmail.com

Esquimalt: MaryLynn McKenna     mlmckenna@enh.bc.ca

Gulf Islands: Julie Sweetnam     giearlyyears@shaw.ca

LAC Aboriginal ECD: Suzanne Jackson (interim) sjackson@hulitan.ca

Find Us Online

Website      Facebook

Aboriginal Engagement Website

www.successby6victoria.ca, Facebook: successbysixvictoria, www.aboriginalearlyyears.ca, Facebook: aboriginalearlyyearssvi

Communities We Serve

Brentwood Bay, Central Saanich, Colwood, Esquimalt, Esquimalt First Nations Galiano Island, Highlands, Langford, Mayne Island, Metchosin, Milnes Landing, North Saanich, Oak Bay, Pacheedaht First Nations Pauquachin First Nations, Pender Island, Port Renfrew, Saanich, Salt Spring Island, Saturna Island, Scia'New First Nations, Sidney, Songhees First Nations, Sooke, Tsartlip First Nations, Tsawout First Nations, Tseycum First Nations, T'Souke First Nations, Victoria, View Royal

Supporting Children & Families in the South Vancouver Island Region

In April, the Peninsula Connections for Early Childhood hosts a family fair where local community agencies provide information sharing while children enjoy a host of free activities and healthy snacks.

1000x5 Book Recycling Project offers free books to children across our capital region.  To date over 119,000 books have been distributed to young children under the age of five.

Our Success By 6 supports Aboriginal cultural resources including a DVD, Teachings of a Half Boy, Granny and Grandpa Kits that are distributed free to Aboriginal organizations throughout the South Vancouver Island region.

A new logo for the Aboriginal council emerged using themes of Cultural Pride, Revitalization, Resiliency and Community and four different styles of BC First Nation designs: Raven (Northcoast), Eagle (Mid Coast), Killerwhale (Westcoast), and Wolf (Southcoast).  The rainbow of hands surrounding the child in the center symbolizes the whole community.  This logo represents all children, all families and all communities.