Lighthouse Recreation


2023/24 Board of Directors

  • President:  Rob Forsythe
  • Vice Pres:    Catherine Manson
  • Treasurer:  Allen Leong
  • Secretary:  Mary Martin
  • Director:     Neil Van Bemmelen
  • Director:     Gail Van Bemmelen
  • Director:     position vacant
  • Director:     position vacant
  • Director:     position vacant
  • Director:     position vacant
  • Director:     position vacant

Non-profit and charitable status

The facility is operated and maintained by the Lighthouse Community Centre Society, a non-profit organization staffed by volunteers.
Funding is entirely from charitable donations and grants, hall rentals, and Society membership fees.
Donations from the community help to keep us open and operating, and go towards our numerous projects for essential maintenance and upgrades to the hall, as well as responding to our community needs.
We are a BC registered society and a registered charity.
We can issue tax receipts for donations over $20.
Your help is greatly appreciated.
Registered Society #S0019266
Registered Charity #1984-09-01
Business Number 891621971RR0001

Lighthouse Community Centre Society Constitution

  • to promote, foster and develop community spirit and good citizenship
  • to promote and operate a Community Centre
  • to promote, encourage and support cultural, artistic, social and recreational activities of the area
  • to raise funds and finance such projects and programs in keeping with the purposes of the Society

Inclusivity & Acknowledgement

We are proud to be all inclusive. Everyone is welcome to use the Lighthouse Community Centre without prejudice, judgement or question, irrespective of their beliefs or lifestyle choices. We do not discriminate against anyone on the grounds of physical or mental disability, political affiliation, religious belief, creed, color, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation or gender identity.
We do not tolerate any form of harassment, violence, indecency, or other impropriety or unlawful activity on the premises.
We acknowledge the traditional and unceded territories of the Coastal Salish People and are grateful to the Qualicum First Nations on whose shared territories we are able to live, work and play.