A growing legacy for a solid tomorrow.

Choose your charity

We work to enhance community connections. Our endowment funds give us a solid foundation with which we respond to the changing needs of the community.

Serving Whistler and Pemberton

We help you create a legacy that will grow and leave continuing support for what you value in your community.

Make a difference

Our grants nurture and strengthen community groups in a wide variety of areas, spreading vitality and enhancing lives.

Our Mission

The Community Foundation of Whistler manages donations as long term investments in the community, supporting grants to local charities year after year. We are building a community where charities have long term sources of stable funding to support the full range of community life. As the only local option for creating a permanent personal legacy for your community, we help you to support the causes that you care about. The Community Foundation of Whistler is working to bring the community together to grow and ensure our solid tomorrow. Learn more

Beeing Thankful for Nature's Pollinators
Beeing Thankful for Nature's Pollinators

Supporting hands-on environmental learning for local students through an Environmental Legacy Grant

Spring Creek Community School trip to Outdoor School
Spring Creek Community School trip to Outdoor School

Nature is the best Teacher

No clocks, no computers, no alarms or distractions: immersing oneself in nature helps build environmental awareness and personal goals for change in local students.

Holiday Giving is about Building Connections
Holiday Giving is about Building Connections

During the holidays we give gifts and we get together with friends and family to celebrate how thankful we are for each other. Equally important is being thankful for our community.

Feast for Change
Feast for Change

Stewardship Pemberton turns a human-bear conflict situation into a delicious community building opportunity

Community Foundation of Whistler

Most Canadians have been touched by a Charity. What would we lose without charities?