BC Place In The Community


There’s more to BC Place than hosting the province's most amazing events on a grand scale. We're committed to doing our part to support the communities we live in.

BC Place continues to team-up with charities, organizations and not-for-profit societies. Through collaborations such as lighting the roof to promote specific awareness days, or by donating tickets to the events we host, BC Place is working hard to help where we can.

If you are part of a community initiative or charitable organisation, and would like to explore opportunities to partner with BC Place, please contact us at stadium@bcpavco.com

  • Light it Up Blue

    Light It Up Blue, is a unique global initiative by Autism Speaks to help raise awareness about the growing public health concern of autism. BC Place joins worldwide iconic landmarks to Light It Up Blue to show our support on April 2, 2012 - World Autism Awareness Day.

  • B.C. Schizophrenia Society

    BC Place will be lit purple on May 24th to support International Schizophrenia Awareness Day. BC Schizophrenia Society helps improve the quality of life for those affected by schizophrenia and psychosis through education, support, public policy and research.

  • Canadian Cancer Society

    BC Place will be joining the Canadian Cancer Society, a national community-based organization who work to eradicate cancer and enhance the quality of life of people living with cancer in April for Wear a Daffodil month. We will be lit yellow on April 27th to show our support among many other iconic landmarks around the world.

  • Epilepsy Awareness

    BC Place joined countries around the world and was lit up purple on March 26th 2012 in aid of Purple Day for Epilepsy Awareness. Purple Day is an international grassroots effort dedicated to increasing awareness about epilepsy worldwide.

  • Kids Up Front Vancouver

    BC Place is proud to join national organizations to provide children who have been affected by poverty, abuse, illness and disabilities tickets to events at the stadium. Kids Up Front Vancouver work with registered agencies to give these children the opportunity to enrich their life’s through fun kid’s activities.

  • Pink Shirt Day

    BC Place joined many other worldwide iconic structures to support Pink Shirt Day, an initiative to generate awareness about bullying in schools, workplaces, homes and over the internet. BC Place was lit pink on February 29th to show our support.

  • SOLE FOOD Street Farms

    BC Place is proud to source fresh, local and sustainable produce from Sole Food gardens, locate just across the street from the stadium! Sole Food is a community-based organization that transforms vacant urban land into street farms that grow artisan quality fruits and vegetables. Best of all, Sole Food empowers individuals with limited resources by providing jobs, agricultural training and inclusion in a supportive community of farmers and food lovers. And hey, if it’s good enough for Paul McCartney, then it’s got to be good for our guests!

  • The Rick Hansen Foundation 25th Anniversairy

    BC Place was proud to support The Rick Hansen Foundation's 25th Anniversairy by being involved in the "Man in Motion World Tour". The Rick Hansen Foundation unifies organizations and leaders to work in a partnership towards positive change for a healthy and inclusive world, with a key focus of improving the lives of those with spinal cord injuries.

  • BC211 – in partnership with the United Way

    5600 community services with one easy-to-remember number. Just dial 2-1-1. BC Place is pleased to have BC211 as a community partner; a free of charge, multilingual service available 24 hours, to offer help and guidance to those in need. BC211 refers callers to programs and services like home care for seniors, jobs and job training programs, shelters for homeless people, and much more.

  • Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation

    BC Place is proud to support the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure by lighting the stadium pink! June 23rd - June 30th 2012 was Paint Canada Pink Week which marks exactly 100 days until the Run on September 30th 2012. Last year, in Vancouver, 10,000 walkers and runners participated in the 1km or 5km event helping raise over 1.65 million dollars.