Board Voice is dedicated to improving social services to people in their communities. We do this by speaking to government and to our communities about the importance of social services to the health and well being of our citizens, bringing to their attention key concerns and issues, and telling the good news about the work of community based social service agencies.

We promote excellence in governance by connecting board members from across the province and providing resources that assist in developing their boards. We help build bridges between agencies at the community level to ensure community-wide understanding of how best services should be organized and delivered.


The 7th Annual Board Voice Society of BC Conference, Reconciliation: The Governance Connection will be held in Vancouver (on unceded Coast Salish Territory) November 25  & 26, 2016.

The highlight this year is Understanding the Village which promises to be transformational. Check out the feedback about this program here and here.

Click here to Register 

If you have any questions or problems registering please email Christine.

Why BC Needs a Framework for Well-being

Published in the Vancouver Sun on Thursday, November 24, 2016
By Doug Hayman
It wouldn’t be tough for most of us to put together a list of problems people are struggling with in BC. Child poverty, long waits for vital services, troubled youth,
environmental conflicts, people living homeless – give any of us five minutes and we could come up with a dozen examples of things that are going wrong.
But maybe what we really … Read the rest