Basic English Writing

Basic English Writing

Beginner’s level English writing skills is the focus of the program and includes spelling and sentence structure.

Computing Training

Computing Training

Come and enhance your computer skills with individualized lessons in our lab.

Hot Ink

Hot Ink

A creative writing program for teen girls.

Posture Perfect

Posture Perfect

A posture exercise program for women aged 50+

Women Speaker Series

Women Speaker Series

The Women Speaker Series features exceptional women who are experts in their fields.

Work Ready Program

Work Ready Program

We offer a free, 3-month intensive work-readiness program for women.



Peer Support

Peer Support

Connect with a facilitator who will help you find the proper community resources.



Youth Committee

Youth Committee

Our Youth Committee focuses on helping female-identifying youth with career development.



We need YOU! Become an important part of maintaining and expanding the Centre’s services for women in Richmond.


    Donations are important to enable us to continuously provide the services and programs we offer at the Centre. We are a registered Canadian charity and a tax-receipt will be issued for donations of $20 or more. We invite you to become an important part of maintaining and expanding the Centre’s services for women in Richmond by making a monthly or one time donation.

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    We invite you to become an important part of maintaining and expanding the Centre’s services for women in Richmond by becoming a member for $40 a year.

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Richmond Women’s Resource Centre helps women with resources, agency referrals, links, support groups, workshops, projects, programs, and volunteering opportunities.

We are a long-standing and vibrant community network of women of all ages living in Richmond. Our goal is to provide community-based resource options to help women build connections and thrive in their community. Through a supportive environment, we encourage women to empower themselves and enhance their lives through our training programs, peer support groups and community partnerships.

The Richmond Women’s Resource Centre was formed in 1976 and became a non-profit association with Charitable Tax Status in 1989.

The location of the Centre has varied over the years – from basements, church halls, and trailers, to three different city-owned houses. In 1994, along with approximately twenty other agencies, we moved into the Caring Place.

Thank you to our generous funders:

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Richmond Women’s Resource Centre acknowledges the financial support of the Province of British Columbia.

Richmond Women’s Resource Centre is supported by the Government of Canada’s Emergency Community Support Fund and Richmond Community Foundation.

Thank you to the City of Richmond, Richmond Sunrise Rotary, Literacy Richmond, Health Sciences Association, Richmond Community Foundation, and all individual members and donors.


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From the RWRC Annual Report, April 2022 – March 2023