VANCOUVER, British Columbia – June 22, 2021 – JUDI.AI, a fintech leader in small business lending and growth analytics, is immensely proud to announce they have pledged 1% of their
With humility, we mourn alongside the Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc and all our Indigenous colleagues, friends, partners and family. We recognize as a charitable foundation we have an
The full report on the 2020 Homeless Count in Metro Vancouver provides new details on homelessness prior to the pandemic. Data shows number of people experiencing homelessness
At the end of the period, 2019, Vancity Community Foundation held $88,227,587 in consolidated assets and had distributed $3,954,398 to charities and community initiatives. Please
In the wake of recent acts of anti-Black violence and discrimination in Canada and the United States, Vancity Community Foundation expresses our solidarity with Black people
Fund will support services and programs designed for the most vulnerable populations across British Columbia Friday, March 20, 2020, Unceded territories of Musqueam, Squamish and
During this time of uncertainty,the Foundation’s priorities are to ensure the health and safety of our staff while continuing to work with donors and partners to support our
As climate change transforms global ecosystems, our awareness and ability to take action on the climate emergency is of the highest importance. Reflecting on the news coming out of Australia, Vancity wanted to find a way to help their co-op cousins.
Vancity Community Foundation received more than $18 million in gifts in 2018 from more than 1800 individuals, members, and community partners to advance and strengthen charities
The Province of B.C. has granted $10-million to the Vancity Community Foundation to develop a sustainable provincial rent bank program. Rent banks provide emergency low- or no-cost loans to help renters facing eviction. The funding announced earlier today by the Honourable Shane Simpson, Minister of Social Development and Poverty Reduction, means more renters facing short-term financial difficulties will soon have better access to assistance from community rent banks.