Fundraiser $10000Help us reach our goal to get our building fully re-opened.

The FBCA needs financial help to cover $15,000+ of an unexpected urgent repair to the Fanny Bay Community Hall. Read details here.

Whether large or small – from individuals, families, clubs, or businesses – all donations help!

Your donation can be made by:

  • E-transfer to treasurer@fannybaycommunity.com
  • Cheque made out to FBCA, and mailed to FBCA, 7793 Island Highway South, Fanny Bay, BC V0R1W0
  • Cash dropped into the donation box in the entry hallway at the Hall

Donations of $20 or more are eligible for a tax receipt.

We thank you for your continued support,
Respectfully, the FBCA Board

Fanny Bay Community Hall Open

Effective July 5, 2021 the Fanny Bay Hall is open to rental use once again. Some restrictions apply. Check with our rental agent if you’re thinking of booking an event.

The Fanny Bay Community Association (FBCA) was incorporated and registered as a society on December 10, 1931, under the title Fanny Bay Athletic and Social Society.  Through the past 9 decades it has morphed into the current energetic registered charity, with over 200 members governed by an elected volunteer Board of Directors. As a not-for profit organization, the constituted purposes of the FBCA are:

  • To maintain a Community Centre, and manage the use of the facilities, so that they can be used on a first come, first served basis.
  • To provide such other public amenities as may benefit the community.
  • In furtherance of the charitable purpose, to obtain and manage the necessary finances, personnel and equipment to operate the facilities.

Our Community Hall, completed in December 1931, was built on land donated by pioneer, Abe McLauchlin, and constructed primarily with volunteer labour and a whole lot of donated materials.  Thanks to the ongoing generosity of Fanny Bay residents, local service organizations and businesses, and grants from various charitable foundations and local and provincial governments, the Hall continues to act as the place in our community to congregate and fraternize with neighbours.