Sunshine Coast Community Foundation
It’s that time of year again! We have officially launched our Community Grants program on a new online grant software application. Be sure to read ALL the information to ensure your application is smutted properly.
Our Grant Writing Workshop was a Sell Out and a big success. Materials will be posted soon.
Have you read the Vital Signs 2014 Report ?
Interested in open data generally? Community Foundations of Canada is spearheading a number of initiatives around open data, including opening up its national database of data from 10 years of Vital Signs and inviting Canadians to participate in a national hackathon. To participate, the Twitter handle is @CKXdotorg.
Visit the My Health, My Community page for details and to get a copies of all the material.
Get a copy of the Community Dialogues Report -Final or the Report Health & Sustainability workshop Nov 25 2014.
We want to thank our on-going sponsors!
Without the generous support of these awesome corporate sponsors we couldn’t do all that we do…. and we do a lot! Many thanks!
Check out last year’s granting recipients!
As we head into the 2015 Grant Season we reflect on last year’s successful event! You can check out the pictures of the recipients here. All photos courtesy of the Coast Reporter – many thanks to the now retired Associate Publisher Cathie Roy!
Community Grant Committee members Sheila Page and Maurice Farn 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
We are already 12 years old but this is how we celebrated 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.