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We help you create a legacy that will grow and leave continuing support for what you value in your community.
Our grants nurture and strengthen community groups in a wide variety of areas, spreading vitality and enhancing lives.
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 build a thriving community. Learn more
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The Community Foundation of Whistler’s Vital Signs initiative uses local knowledge to measure the vitality of our community, create conversations and encourage collective action.
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Education helps our community develop knowledge, improve connections and stimulate participation. In 2018, the Community Foundation of Whistler awarded one of Whistler’s hard-working non-profit employees . . .
The Emerald Foundation donors identified a need for more space in the stretching area at Meadow Park Sports Centre. This was put forward to the RMOW to discuss the feasibility of enclosing. . .
You may have joined us for a Vital Conversation in the spring 2018, if so, your contributions are reflected in Whistler's Vital Signs Connect + Engage report.
But we'd like for the conversation to continue.
Join us for further Vital Conversations on the report findings, as well as on the topic of belonging.
October 30th - 5:30 to 7:30 pm @ Whistler Public Library (Click to register)
November 27th - 5:30 to 7:30pm @Whistler Public Library (Click to register)
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