Sunshine Coast Community Foundation
We have just completed another very successful grant season! You can check out he pictures of the recipients here. All photos courtesy of the Coast Reporter – many thanks to Associate Publisher Cathie Roy!
Community Grant Committee members Sheila age and Maurice Fran share some treats with SCCF member Sue Milne at the Donors Reception
Board Treasurer Richard Wilson serves the generous donors at the reception
Executive Director Sandra Cunningham and SCCF Board Chair Cameron Reid are pleased the event was such a success
Board member and CEO of Sunshine Coast Credit Union chatting with MLA Nicholas Simons
My Health, My Community – save the date(s)!
We will be holding a series of community dialogues this Fall to report the results of this Vancouver Coastal Health survey and to formulate recommendations to take to the powers that be.
We will report back to each community the findings from the survey for that area.
September 11th – Sechelt – Royal Canadian Legion – 7:00pm – 9:00pm
September 17th – Pender Harbour – Royal Canadian Legion – 7:00pm – 9:00pm
September 18th – Gibsons – Royal Canadian Legion – 7:00pm – 9:00pm
The format will be a brief presentation by VCH sharing the results of the survey and the constraints they face, as well as a report from the Division of Family Practice (local doctors), and then we will break into round table discussions to determine what is missing and to recommend action items for local governments.
On October 16th (SC Golf & Country Club – Roberts Creek -7:00pm – 9:00pm), we will report back on a summary of the combined findings for the entire Coast and then provide the local governments with the results.
District of Sechelt will hold an elected officials meeting in late Fall to develop Action Plans.
If you have not yet done so, please take the time to complete the Vancouver Coastal Health “My Health, My Community” survey. You have until June 30th!! (and you have a chance to win an iPad – woo-hoo!!)
We also need your opinion on the status of our community metrics for our tri-annual Vital Signs Report. Please join the Vital Signs Survey Panel! We are looking for concerned citizens on the Sunshine Coast community who care to be heard about issues and are willing to commit to doing 2 -3 eight minute surveys a year for 3 years. Please fill out the online panel application.
Check out the insert from the Globe & Mail on the first National Philanthropy Day on November 15th! NPD_2013GlobeMail
Celebrating our 10th Anniversary!! Visit our “Catch the Vision” Gala photo album
What is a Smart & Caring Community? Watch this short video:
February 26, 2013
The Foundation provides stable and sustainable support to charitable organizations on the Sunshine Coast. We create a way for individuals, families, corporations, businesses and groups to pool charitable giving into a single Community Capital Fund that will respond to the needs and concerns of the area’s residents from Port Mellon to Egmont.
To contribute to the quality of life on the Sunshine Coast by building endowments, making strategic grants and inspiring community leadership.
To be a valued partner in philanthropy, enriching life on the Sunshine Coast in perpetuity.