Richmond Branch (Main Branch)
The Richmond region is the oldest branch of Charity Brighouse, and consists of the executive internal team. This organization was founded in 2013 by Dennis Wang and his friends, holding multiple small fundraisers to begin with, and eventually growing into one of the largest all-student run charities in the Lower Mainland who worked with globally recognized non-profits as well, such as UNHCR and WE. As the founding branch, the Richmond Branch strives to lead and grow Charity Brighouse into an even larger and more impactful organization in the community.
The Vancouver Branch was formed in early 2015, by a group of friends who were determined to make a change in their community. Since then, they have held an array of events in the Vancouver region, having worked with organizations such as the Immigration Services Society of British Colombia and UNHCR.
As the Burnaby branch, they are committed to making a change in their community by holding events and fundraisers throughout the year.
Charity Brighouse Port Moody Branch (CBPM) was started in September 2015 as the first expansion of the founding branch by a group of high school students in Port Moody. In order to provide youth in the area with more opportunities to serve the community and obtain essential leadership skills, Port Moody Branch has held a number of events including garage sales, book drives, food sales in tri-city areas.
As one of subdivisions of Metro-Vancouver's Charity Brighouse, the Coquitlam Branch aims to foster and extend the organization's legacy to the Tri-Cities district. Through a melding of different events and fundraisers, the Coquitlam region's objective is to promote the value of volunteerism as well as leadership among youths. With a new team composed of driven leaders, the Coquitlam Branch strives to build on Charity Brighouse's platform by inspiring the youth to take opportunities and leadership.