Since its opening, Willowbrook Shopping Centre has supported our community by providing various charities and non-profit groups complimentary space in our Centre, in aid of their causes, goals or to simply increase their public awareness. As we receive an abundance of requests each year, we have created a standard selection process for approval.
Some examples of eligible groups include sports teams, school groups and charities. Space is limited to one week per group/year and is awarded on a first-come basis. Requests for space must be submitted in writing, at least three months in advance for approval.
In keeping with our community spirit, Willowbrook will give preference to organizations that:
- Make a contribution to the local community including non-profit, cultural, educational and social service groups.
- Serve the community of Langley, Surrey and/or White Rock.
- Are a registered charitable organization.
Please note that we do not support the following:
- For-profit activities.
- Organizations or projects outside or originating outside of British Columbia.
- Travel for individuals or groups.
- Religious or political organizations and their affiliated activities.
Once approved, groups will need to provide a copy of their organization’s general commercial liability insurance for a minimum of $2 million and $250,000 tenant legal risk liability.
Please drop-off, mail, fax or email your request:
Willowbrook Shopping Centre
19705 Fraser Highway Langley BC V3A 7E9
Email: [email protected]
Willowbrook Shopping Centre is proud to give back! With the support of our shoppers, retailers and suppliers, we are able to help our community year-round through various initiatives including centre fundraising events. Highlights of our efforts include:
Adopt-A-Creek (Year Round)
The Centre’s Management team conducts semi-annual litter pick-ups at Meadows Creek Park to preserve its eco-sensitive environment.
Big Bike (May)
Every year, the Centre’s Hearts & Motion Walking Club and the Management team participate in, and fundraise for, the Heart & Stroke Foundation Big Bike ride. In May 2016, $3,870 was raised for the cause!
Trick Or Treat (October)
The popular Trick or Treat Event is held on October 31 annually. Over the past 10 years, this event has raised a total of over $18,885 for local charities. Our 2017 proceeds went to support the Langley School District Foundation.
Rotary Club Wine Festival (November)
Each November, The Rotary Club holds their annual Fraser Valley Wine Tasting Festival at Willowbrook. In 2017, $75,000 was raised, helping to support the youth in our community.
Charity Shopping Night (November)
In November, the Centre holds an annual Charity Shopping Night. Local non-profit groups sell tickets to this after-hours shopping evening benefitting 100 per cent from their ticket sales. Since its fruition in 2012, this event has raised over $200,000 and supported over 80 local organizations (in 2016, the event raised $42,000 aiding 21 local charitable organizations). If your group is interested in registering to sell tickets, please email: [email protected]
Charity Gift Wrap (December)
Every December, the Centre offers shoppers holiday gift wrapping service to raise funds for a local charity. In 2016, through our gift wrapping efforts, we raised $13,937 for the Langley School District Foundation.
Willowbrook is committed to environmental sustainability and responsible property initiatives.
Responsible Property Management
Willowbrook is certified BOMA BEST Level 4 by the Building Owners and Managers Association of BC, signifying excellence with key measures of environmental best practices.
Preference is given to green cleaning products; incorporating drought-resistant plants and chemical reduction programs in landscaping; and, reusing construction materials whenever possible.
A Breath of Fresh Air
In addition to air quality testing, Willowbrook uses low-VOC emission products and landscaping that minimizes the use of herbicides. Additionally, janitorial vacuum cleaners are equipped with filters to help eliminate airborne contaminants.
To minimize energy usage, low watt lighting is used throughout the Centre and LED technology is utilized where possible. Lighting controls allow selective lighting of the Centre. HVAC systems are automatically controlled and energy efficient.
The Centre has a material recycling/recovery program that includes paper, cardboard, cans, plastics, glass bottles, wood pallets, cooking oil and landscape trimmings.
Green Transportation Options
An electric car charging station is available free of use. Hybrid and eco-friendly vehicle parking stalls are located in the parking lot. Bike racks and on-site public transit stops are also available.
Shoppers can join the Centre on green activities such as Earth Day and Earth Hour and take advantage of the eco-friendly Charity Gift Wrap Centre service during the holiday season.
Reducing Carbon Footprint
The greening of the Centre is an on-going initiative which includes programs to address, track and benchmark sustainability and GHG emissions.