Fernwood NRG is a social enterprising non-profit organization run by and for the residents of Fernwood, a neighbourhood in Victoria, BC.

Since 1979, our non-profit organization has provided child care and family programs, as well as offered recreational activities through the Fernwood Community Centre. In August 2005, we purchased the Cornerstone Building, and fourteen months later, we opened the Cornerstone Apartments, which provides affordable housing to four families. Soon after, we opened the Cornerstone Cafe, Fernwood’s living room. In 2008, we built a beautiful house on Yukon Street, the Park Place Apartments, creating affordable housing for six more families. Read more here.

We could not have achieved what we have without our funders, supporters, and friends. Please consider making a donation, and you can help us to continue to create the neighbourhood we all wish we had grown up in.

 

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FERNWOOD COMMUNITY CENTRE PROGRAMS

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LATEST NEWS

  • Picot Night Market

Top 3 free things to do in Fernwood coming up

Check out these great events happening on our neighbourhood in the next couple months…
1) Sunset Market in the Square
Wednesdays in ­September, 4:30 – 7:30pm, Fernwood Square
// Shop for fresh, local […]

  • Youth Leadership Group

New! Youth Leadership Group and more

Outdoor pursuits, ­leadership group and sports drop-ins for youth coming in ­September

›› Laura Burki

Fernwood NRG is thrilled to be bringing new Youth Programs to the community starting in September 2017. […]

  • Food + Growing Workshops

August’s Food + Growing Workshops

›› Alex Harned

Check out the fantastic workshops at the Fernwood Community Centre this month—August brings the opportunity to learn everything from bud-grafting, how to make Kombucha (the perfect summer drink!), […]

  • powdery mildew

Managing mildew in the organic garden

›› Alysha Punnett

Powdery mildew crops up at this time of year and is often perplexing to gardeners. Isn’t it too hot and dry for fungi to thrive?! Well, while the […]

 

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