About Caring Community Project

Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House is an innovative, dynamic non-profit organization that works to empower our Vancouver Eastside community through a wide-range of community   programs and services.


We invite your involvement  and  support in Creating Compassionate Children and a Caring Community

Imagine a neighbourhood where all children feel safe, seen, cared for   and encouraged.

Imagine growing up among adults and   institutions where the values of kindness, compassion, and respect are the foundation for all relationships.

Lets get together and talk about:


The project is about learning and  understanding from each other by sharing stories and experiences.

It’s about asking the questions:

  • How can we create more compassionate, cooperative and confident children in the Frog Hollow Neighbourhood?
  • Was there a time in your childhood when someone said or did something that had the greatest impact on your ability to be compassionate, cooperative    and/or confident?
  • Was there a time when you had the greatest impact on  developing the compassion,  cooperation and/or confidence of someone who was younger than you?
  • How can we dream together to build a better community?

We want to hear about it.

Next Training Session:

Part A: Friday, September 23rd, 6:30 pm to 9 pm

Part B: Saturday, September 24th, 11:30 am to 4 pm.

Training is FREE.

Child minding and food will also be provided.

If you are interested in participating in the Caring Community Project, to be a leader and are interested in the free training, or if you would like to be a participant and share your story,

Please Contact:

Lily,Eva or Lea


 604. 251. 1225


This project is also hosted by The Dalai Lama Center for Peace and Education. It is a secular, non-political  organization based in Vancouver and dedicated to     educating the heart of humanity and fostering compassion


2 Responses to About Caring Community Project

  1. Katherine this is lovely. What a wonderful chance to share stories about caring and compassion.

  2. Katherine says:

    One of my favorite quotes to remind me of this is from John Gray

    “We each bring different gifts to this world. We each have different work to do. Our lives are enriched when we can celebrate these differences rather than resent, resist and reject them. As we get more secure in who we are, we get more compassionate toward others. ”

    It would be wonderful if people could write down things when they see someone showing compassion or doing things to help people.

    Two of my favorite sites are

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