MINORU SENIORS SOCIETYOur Vision
We improve the quality of life for seniors
The Minoru Seniors Society delivers innovative and exceptional programs and services in partnership with the City of Richmond.
The Minoru Seniors Society is a registered non-profit society that has been active in the Richmond Community since 1986. The Society’s mandate is to enhance the quality of life for Richmond seniors through the provision of ongoing recreation opportunities and services. The Society operates in partnership with the City of Richmond to deliver these services, and has a large volunteer base that provides a quality experience at the Centre.
The Society also operates a full-service cafeteria with special pricing for Seniors Facility Pass holders and a Bistro in the north lobby for gourmet on-the-go meals.
For more information on the history of the Society, its legacy and the positive impacts the Society has in the community, visit: Minoru Legacy Stories: Looking Back Looking Forward.
There are many programs, workshops, support groups, activities and events offered for all levels of interest. Come by and let one of our hosts show you around or simply drop in and check out any of the 35 weekly activities offered with a Seniors Facility Pass.
The Minoru Seniors Society has an active Board of Directors elected each fall. Board Members work alongside City staff to meet the needs of an ever-changing, diverse seniors population.
Minoru Seniors Society Executive
President: Kathleen Holmes
First Vice President: Barry Gordon
Second Vice President: Bill Sorenson
Treasurer: Jim Kojima
Secretary: Shirley Khong
Minoru Seniors Society volunteers contribute to all areas of programming and service provision including food services, special events, committees and more. Volunteers are a vital and essential part of our service delivery and support the growth and development of a healthy community.