Child Find British Columbia

Child Find British Columbia (Child Find BC) is a not for profit charitable organization dedicated to the personal safety of all children. Our goal is to reduce child victimization by providing programs and services to the public of BC . CFBC is a registered charity which was incorporated in 1984. The organization is a member of Child Find Canada and works cooperatively with provincial Child Find offices and agencies involved in the area of child protection and is governed by a voluntary Board of Directors.


-March 28th -- It's the Annual Dunahee Dance at the Archie Browning Arena/Curling Rink-- dance to great rock music--see old friends have fun and offer your support -- tickets $10.00 contact the Child Find Office at 250-382-7311

-March 30th at 10 am at the Archie Browning Curling Rink in Esquimalt BC is the Annual; Michael Dunahee "Keep the Hope Alive" 5 km Run and Walk. Come out and enjoy the morning and support Child Find BC and the Dunahee Family! Register in advance at:

April 5th --Oak Bay Kiwanians will be out in force and conducting a Child Find BC "All About Me" ID Clinic at Gordon Head Recreation Centre in Victoria. from 9am to 1pm.

April 7th- Child Find BC Annual General Meeting at 7pm at the BCGEU offices in Victoria BC -Call 1-888-689-3463 for more information.

Registration will start soon for the 23rd annual Michael Dunahee Slo Pitch " Tournament of Hope" -- a fund raising event for "Child Find BC"

Last year It was a fantastic weekend with 24 Union Sponsored Slo Pitch teams from BC registered. This year --save the August 9th & 10th weekend to be a part of this great community event .

Contact the office at 1-888-689-3463 for a registration form for this years tournament-- Limited to 24 teams -- each team to be captained by a Union member and sponsored by the Captains union.

October 4, 2011: Crystal Dunahee, President of Child Find BC and President of Child Find Canada receives (Order of British Columbia).


Upcoming Events:

Child Find BC "All About Me ID Clinics"

View our Events Calendar to see a complete listing of upcoming clinics and events.


1. Contact your local authorities.

2. Contact Child Find 1 -800-387-7962.

3. NEVER confront the situation yourself. Allow the proper authorities to do that for you.

4. Be quietly observant. Take down any license num­bers that may be pertinent. Write down descriptions of the people who the child was with. Also, record the color to the child's hair, eyes and other distin­guishing characteristics, if you are close enough to see them.