North Vancouver, BC: The North Shore Multicultural Society is excited to announce it has rebranded as Impact North Shore. This milestone is a significant move for the organization on strengthening its vision toward an inclusive and equitable North Shore.   

“After 30 years of serving and responding to the needs of im/migrants and newcomers in both North and West Vancouver as the North Shore Multicultural Society, we are looking forward to continuing this work as Impact North Shore,” says Wendy McCulloch, Executive Director at Impact North Shore. “This rebrand has been a process ofhonouringwhere we’ve come from as an organization and finding the name and look that feels like the organization we’ve evolved into over the past 30 years.” 

This announcement comes in the wake of many recent initiatives and accomplishments of the organization, including: 

  • Re-launching the Immigrant Service Centre which provides a one-stop location for immigrants and newcomers to access support while settling on the North Shore. These services include settlement, employment, English language, school support as well as specialized services for youth, seniors, families, and women. 
  • Creation of a Community Innovation team that will focus on work related toservice and systems innovations through dialogues, events, special projects, and partnerships that supports increasing equitable spaces and places through collaboration. 

To learn more about the why behind the rebrand to Impact North Shore and the significance of the new logo view the video on our LinkedIn page. 

To learn more about the accomplishments of Impact North Shore view the newly released annual report 

About Impact North Shore: Impact North Shore is a for-purpose, social impact organization creating opportunities for success for im/migrants through direct services and community engagement. The organization currently has a team of 100 employees, engages as many as 200 volunteers a year, and operates over 50 programs and services. Annually, the work of Impact North Shore touches over 8,000 lives, including newcomers and their families, local North Shore residents, and a network of over 200 partners.