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Our program staff, teachers, childcare professionals and educators, and outreach support workers go the extra mile for our participants. We work from a strong feminist analysis and within an anti-oppression framework. Join us and become part of a hard-working, compassionate and impact-driven team that makes a difference in the lives of others. 

Newcomer women, Indigenous women and women of colour are strongly encouraged to apply. The Pacific Immigrant Resources Society offers a wide variety of services to a diverse community of newcomer women and children. We encourage applicants with lived experience of structural inequity to apply, and in particular those who identify as Black, Indigenous, People of Colour, LGBTQ2IA+, and those living with a visible or invisible disability. Learn about our mission, vision and values.

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Pacific Immigrant Resources Society

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Women and children served

Since 1975, PIRS served 17,716 women and 9,116 children and counting.

Newcomer Support

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Women trained

84 women completed training programs in 2023 to become more effective leaders in their communities.

Women Leadership & Training

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448 people continue to be served weekly through the emergency Food Hub.

Social Innovation & System Change

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We need donors like you to help newcomer women and their children thrive in Canada.