Club Head: Nithila Theivendrarajah
Environment Club this year will focus on the climate crisis and involving government action as well as being vocal and advocating environmental issues through webinars, media, public speaking. We will work on our own climate project in partnership with Be The Change Alliance as well as focus on revamping our garden. Join us for a welcoming community that is active, engaged, and impactful.
Join our MS Teams with the code: nu3757p
Meetings: Wednesday Online
Kitchen on a Mission
Club Head: Harry Jing
Club Sponsor: Mr. Habibian
Kitchen on a Mission is a student organization that transports remaining food from local businesses to those in need. Every week, we support the daily diets of over one thousand homeless people, and deliver over ten thousand dollars worth of food. To date, we have created $850k worth of community impact, and strive every day to add to it.
If you’re interested in reducing food waste, solving urban inequality, or simply building a healthier and kinder city, this is the club for you!
Club Head: Fraser Hannay
Club Sponsor: Mr. Habibian
SWC Interact is a service club, sponsored by Rotary International, with the intent to take action on problems we see in the world, through participation in both local and international projects. Students in all grades will have the opportunity to develop their leadership skills, earn volunteer hours, work alongside business professionals, and meet likeminded people all over BC and the world! What separates Interact from other service clubs, is our connections to Rotary International, a globally recognized charitable organization in over 200 countries. Not only does this look great on a resume, but members will have access to many unique opportunities, like world-class workshops and conferences, to hear from some of the leading figures in international change. If you have the drive to make a difference in your community, and the world, Interact is the club for you.
We meet biweekly on Tuesdays, via Microsoft Teams. Follow & DM @swcinteract on Instagram with any questions!
Wish Youth Network Society
Club Head: Wilson Cai
Club Sponsor: Ms. Waight
WYNS is a student-led non-profit-organization that aims to support local hospitals. Currently, we partner with hospitals across the Lower Mainland to cater to their required needs. Our mission is to provide support in the ways that we can (whether it’s research, therapy programs, patient resources etc.) to those who need it the most. This year due to the pandemic most of our main fundraising ideas has been dumped into the sea. We are in need of people who are ready to share their crazy ideas no matter how ridiculous they are, as long as they work we will go through with it :)!
Club Head: Alysha Lee
Club Sponsor: Mr. Watchorn
As a branch of Lions Clubs International, the Leo Club aims to give youths the opportunity to serve the community and raise awareness for global issues. In the club, you will earn volunteer hours through fundraising and volunteering for this year’s cause: world hunger.
LEO stands for Leadership, Experience, and Opportunity, and that is what we want to promote at Churchill. If you are someone who wants to make a difference and is passionate about global issues, then this club is an ideal platform for you. As an internationally recognized club, you will be able to develop your leadership skills, expand your knowledge of the world, and influence the community around you.
Meetings will happen on Wednesdays, bi-weekly, during flex time on Microsoft Teams. If you have any questions or want to join the Leo Club, message us on Instagram @swcleoclub or email us at with your name, student number, and email.
“Together we serve” -Lions Clubs International
Churchill Cancer Society
Club Head: Brandon Xu, Lauren Lidhar, Charlize Chan
Club Sponsor: Mr. Sowerby
The Churchill Cancer Society works closely in association with the Canadian Cancer Society. Throughout the year we plan on conducting mini fundraisers as well as raise awareness about cancer and promote healthy living to the youth of Churchill. A student-led event in the spring called Relay for Life will be the main event of our club for the year. We will provide leadership opportunities for students and create a sense of community for those who have been touched by cancer. All proceeds from the fundraisers and the Relay for Life event will be donated to the Canadian Cancer Society. Join the fight to find the answer to cancer!
Club Head: Chang Qu
Club Sponsor: Ms. Holdaway
Do you like animals? Do you have, or have you ever had a pet? Well, did you know that while domestic pets are enjoying the love of their owners, many abandoned and lost pets are looking forward to a new home and some are even suffering from torture? Also, with the development of cities, more and more wild animals are losing their homes or suffering because they can't adapt to the rapidly changing environment. If you are worried about the animals' situation and future, or you are a huge animal lover, or you just want to learn more about our little friends and neighbors, join the SPCA Club! SPCA club focus on helping animals, learning and publicize their plight, protect their living environment, and assist animals in distress.
Club Head: Arwin Atwal, David Gao
Club Sponsor: Mr. Zerbinos
SWC Sportsforkids is a non-profit student run organization raising funds in support of Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities. Having been involved with sports their whole lives, the founders attempted to find a way to help those who don’t get the chance to participate in organized sports. Our Club will commit to setting up fundraisers in the Vancouver community. As this is a SWC Club, all proceeds will go to the Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities, Vancouver Chapter. Club work will include brainstorming events, locations to set up fundraisers, and ways of spreading awareness.
Club Head: Maggie Hui
Club Sponsor: Ms. Watt
This year the Recycling Club will be focusing on educating our community on environmental issues and ways to properly recycling at home. Usually, our club would sort out the recycling around the school on Fridays. However, due to the social distancing guidelines, we are discovering new ways to operate. Meetings will be bi-weekly on Fridays. Hope to see you there!
The Heal Iniative
Club Head: Priya Dhillon, Selina Dhaliwal
Club Sponsor: Ms. Salter
An eating disorder is known as any of a range of psychological disorders characterized by abnormal eating habits. These illnesses are both physically and emotionally destructive for the sufferer, yet often go unnoticed due to the stigma around mental health as a whole. The Heal Initiative is dedicated to making a difference in the Churchill community by promoting healthy discussion on the topic of mental health and body image as well as educating others on these issues in order to break the stigma around disordered eating. Our club is mainly focused on spreading awareness, but we also seek to raise money through fundraisers and drives that will either be donated to non-profit organizations with the same objective as us or utilize it for events, workshops and guest speakers in the future. We invite each and every one of you to join us in our mission to make our school community a safer place for discussions surrounding disordered eating, inform others on how to support a loved one struggling with this exact burden, and ensure them that they are not alone in this battle.
Seed of Sympathy
Club Head: Jason Santoso, Jaiden Bains
Club Sponsor: Ms. Morton
Seed of sympathy is a youth organization that has been created by 2 youthful individuals to educate the significant morals that society needs to be reminded of.
A group of youths have created a community that is open to anyone who wishes to share their voice, we have created a platform to discuss and promote issues that we feel aren’t talked about enough.
Our goal is to connect with communities around the world and share their opinions on issues going on in their lives and in terms plant a “seed of sympathy” in one another to create a better world full of people who posses empathy and focus on coming together to do what’s right to make a world a better place.
Our plan is to create a YouTube channel manager by seed of sympathy to focus on a variety of issues that requires change and action!
Champions of Change
Club Head: Amelia Saed-Werner
Club Sponsor: Ms. Werner
We champion girls' rights in partnership with Plan Canada's Because I am a Girl movement. We stand with girls and young women around the world by helping them to reach their full potential. Child marriage, early pregnancy, female genital mutilation, gender-based violence and lack of educational opportunities are the unique barriers that girls have to face globally. We are joining the fight to end this. Will you be with us?
To learn more about our club's purpose, go to https://plancanada.ca/because-i-am-a-girl .
All gender identities welcome.
Club Head: Ana Grace Rans Kolakovic
Club Sponsor: Mr. Lam
The purpose of the new student group at Churchill is to liaise the student body, school staff, and administration in order to better understand, and work to change, the most significant issues within our school community. In summation, the Student Voice team aims to ensure that the voices of students are heard in a way that is sustainable, meaningful, and conducive to creating positive change. We are currently in the process of planning to hold forums and events for students beginning in the 2020-2021 school year, in order to address some of the challenges that the Churchill community faces. Our team has been developing and changing for about one year now, and the current executive team is : Ana Grace Rans Kolakovic, Leona Lam, Lulu Bai, David Li, Angelique Carrier, Fraser Hannay, and Kaya Horri . If you're interested in joining check out our Brand Ambassador Application form: https://forms.gle/zTE2Cdt1nRQxPMMR6. We also now have a year end suggestion box so if you have ideas, issues, concerns or suggestions check it out: https://forms.gle/jj6d9qqBa1udnUxE6 Feel free to email or DM us any questions!
Club Head: Matthew Lee
Club Sponsor: Ms. Jay
The Variety club of Sir Winston Churchill secondary is a non-profit service club dedicated to helping those in need. More specifically, the Variety club does fundraisers to help children with special needs â€“ be it for education, mobility, medical care and much more. As a branch of the BC Variety club, fundraisers are the foundation of our club, and we hope you can a part of it, as a member or even a donor. Notable events we have done in the past are the Krispy Kreme and Mr. Pretzels fundraisers. If you are interested in joining our club, feel free to contact our email, Instagram and/or discord for further information. We hope to see you soon!
Club Head: Tracy Liang
Club Sponsor: Mr. Zerbinos, Ms. Springer
The Service club shares volunteering opportunities to students who desire to give back to the community while stocking up on volunteer hours. We will send out an email and put up a post on our Instagram account when there is a new volunteer opportunity. Email us or send us a DM should you have any questions!
Hands of Hope
Club Head: Leo Zhi, Jason Yu
Club Sponsor: Ms. Paul
Hands of Hope Club is a UBC affiliated club that aims to serve marginalized groups in our community as well as provide mentorship for university applications. We have three main pillars: student empowerment, outreach within schools, and outreach towards community groups. Firstly, we have mentorship sessions given by UBC students to help high school students apply and transition into UBC. In addition, we have fundraising opportunities that we encourage our members to participate in. Finally, we serve marginalized groups such as the homeless community of downtown eastside by gifting out care packets and engage in meaningful conversations with them. Our mission is to empower others by creating a space where marginalized voices can be heard. *Photo is from a Hope for Success Workshop at UBC
Club Head: Jason George, Nicole Villariso
Club Sponsor: Mr. Dao
Hi, our names are Nicole and Jason and we are the club heads of “Helping Hands”. Our mission is to give back to our communities, whether it’s our school, an organization, or the people who are overlooked by society. We hope that here, you will be able to befriend lovely people, log countless volunteer hours, develop new skills, and be a part of something bigger than yourself. Our plans for next season include reaching out to the homeless population in Vancouver, making Christmas cards for the elderly as well as helping out our school in any way possible. As we are a new club, we urge you guys to not be shy and join our club as it will be a new experience for all of us. We will have 1-2 meetings every month and we are extremely flexible with times and dates. If you guys would be so kind, please sign up. You won’t regret it, not only because you’ll be having a blast, but because together we can lend a helping hand to those in need of one.
First Responders Club
Club Head: Gavin Sim
Club Sponsor: Ms. Fenton
The First Responders Club at Churchill provides first aid coverage for the school community. Creating training and developmental opportunities for students to help them maintain skills and updating patient care knowledge. We work in conjunction with other schools and their first responders programs to provide first aid coverage for events throughout the Lower Mainland.
Club Head: Jayco Li, Abiraami Thavaraj
Club Sponsor: Ms. Jang
Do you want to make a real difference in our city? Do you want to be a part of an initiative to help the less fortunate? Then join Vancare club! We raise funds and gather much-needed supplies such as hygiene products, hand warmers, socks and other essential items to create care packages to give directly to those living without a home in the Downtown EastSide. We recognize that a lot of people aren’t as fortunate as we are to afford living in a house or other basic essentials, so we take action to help in whatever way we can. We appreciate every single one of our members and all the skills and ideas you bring to the table. At the end of the day everyone in Vancare contributes to helping these people in their time of need. Join the VanCare club and make a difference today!
SWC Blood Club
Club Head: Michelle
Club Sponsor: Ms. Yu
The Blood Club organizes blood drives with Canadian Blood Services throughout the year and spreads awareness blood donation. Join the Blood Club if you want to make a direct impact in our community by saving lives. Everyone is welcome!
Wigs For Kids
Club Head: Reese Rinas-Blais
Club Sponsor: Mr.Johnson
We are a club dedicated to raising awareness and money for childhood cancer. We like to organize fun events to help us reach our goal of spreading the word on this very important topic. We’ve done hair donations, fundraisers and other cool activities such as teacher waxing. Join us on our never ending journey to help those in need.
The Flow Project
Club Head: Pooja Saha, Ramneek Dhillion
Club Sponsor: Mr. Nicks
The Flow Project is a non-profit club that will raise awareness, and also fundraise for women in less fortunate areas that do not have access to sanitary items. Due to the high prices of menstrual hygiene products, women use rags, or even sawdust as an alternative. This can lead to physical health risks for the women. We want to take initiative which will get us closer to reduce period poverty. Join us today to make an impact for women across the world!
The Hot Potato Initiative
Club Head: Sarah Lin, Rania El Kissay
Club Sponsor: Mr. Richards
The Hot Potato Initiative is a student-led registered non-profit geared towards educating and engaging young Canadians about the realities of individuals dealing with homelessness. By educating others about the struggles our most vulnerable population faces, we aim to eliminate the stigma and stereotypes surrounding homelessness and promote empathy and understanding. Throughout the year, members will develop an understanding of how the systemic flaws in our society affect those experiencing homelessness. Stemming from the in-depth knowledge will be innovative fundraisers strived to help individuals get back onto their feet. As The Hot Potato Initiative, we value community, respect, integrity. By joining our community, members are given the opportunity to connect with like-minded people while simultaneously earning volunteering hours!
Club Head: Kennedy Yung, Janessa Seto
Club Sponsor: Mr. Shieh
We are a student-led organization that is a part of Kiwanis International. Our goal is to help provide service opportunities for the members as well as better the community and world, as the money we fundraise goes to the Thirst Project to build safe drinking water wells in Swaziland. Our meetings are held online depending on projects that are planned, and we have lost of fun club bonding activities while still earning service hours! By joining our club you can meet new friends from key clubs from other schools in the lower mainland and the USA during bimonthly events! There is an upcoming pen pal program with a school in Washington, and we hope to see you guys at our next meeting! Feel free to contact us with questions or concerns through out instagram or email :)
Club Head: Lila Robens-Paradise, Ailsa Mason
Club Sponsor: Ms. Mann
The SWC GSA is a safe environment for queer students and allies to discuss and promote understanding within the club and our school. The GSA strives to create an online space where students feel that they can be open and express themselves comfortably. The purpose of this club is to create a community in which students feel supported and are given the recourses to educate themselves and others. It is important to us that that all students no matter of their sexual orientation or gender identity have a place where they feel valued, respected and heard. Check out our instagram @swc.gsa for more information about the club! :)
Aid for Addiction
Club Head: Ipsa Dutta
Club Sponsor: Mr. Watchorn
The Aid for Addiction club aims to raise awareness of the drug crisis prominent in Vancouver, as well as raise money for the safe injection sites for the betterment of our community. In 2016, a BC public health emergency was declared in response to the rise in drug overdoses and deaths, particularly in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. By providing clean needles, sterile water, alcohol wipes and health information, the needle exchange services help reduce the spread of HIV, Hepatitis C and other diseases, encouraging safer injecting practices. We can assist organizations that provide these necessities and bring attention to the detrimental impacts of addiction through fundraisers. Join Aid for Addiction to help and support those suffering from addiction.