Lifetime Networks has moved.

Our main office is now located at 2553 Quadra St, Victoria BC, V8T 4E1.

Lifetime Friendships… Lifetime Supports… Lifetime Networks.

At Lifetime Networks, we understand the importance of relationships. We listen and meet you where you are at. We aim to work with you to help you achieve your goals, whatever they may be. We build Networks of Friends, provide Continuing Education, Community Engagement Support, Employment Preparation, Job Search, ‘on the job’ support and more… all within inclusive, safe, welcoming settings. Please give us a call to discuss how we can work together for you.

Registered Charity # 87366 0625

Lifetime Networks regrets to announce the postponement of the Annual Gala and Auction until further notice. COVID-19 has made this a particularly difficult year for fundraising, with several lost opportunities and events.

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AGM 2021

You are invited to our 2021 Annual General Meeting, March 17 at 6:30 pm via Zoom!

Please RSVP via email to 

Ways to Give!

Events & Programs

Please check out our upcoming Events and Programs!

Table Talk Group- For more information please click Events

Big Brothers Big Sisters Clothes Drop Bin -Please check out our Clothes Drop Page and look here for a bin near you!

CHEK* out Lifetime Networks!

Lifetime Networks’ Being A Citizen crew visits CHEK News.
Chek* out the news story below!

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Today we show our respect for those missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and two spirited people. This was an initiative that first started in 2010 in response to artist Jaime Black’s Red Dress project. Ways to show your respect are to: 1. Wear a red dress2. Hang a red dress outside your home3. Use your social media platforms to spread awareness using the hashtags #MMIWG #WeRemember ... See MoreSee Less
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