Since 1936, the Victoria Foundation has awarded more than $196 million to support thousands of organizations. Last year alone, the Foundation granted more than $20…Read More
The Victoria Foundation sponsors a television news feature series with CHEK TV called Vital People. Airing each Sunday on CHEK News @ 5, Vital People shares the stories of people and organizations working on the issues highlighted in the Victoria’s Vital Signs® community report that the foundation publishes annually.
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In the latest issue of Vital People, from the Times Colonist and the Victoria Foundation, learn about how Restorative Justice Victoria works with offenders to repair the…Read More
If you live in Greater Victoria you have the chance until July 1 to help decide how millions of dollars are allocated to organizations across…Read More
Strawberry Vale Elementary has around 300 students from kindergarten to Grade 5, and is in a semi-rural area of Saanich, surrounded by Garry oak meadows….Read More
Since 1936, the Victoria Foundation has been connecting people who care with causes that matter. Now the Foundation has been chosen to manage the remarkable…Read More
In the latest issue of Vital People, from the Times Colonist and the Victoria Foundation, discover a new Surrounded by Cedar Child and Family Services program providing…Read More
Habitat for Humanity Victoria aims to break the cycle of poverty through home ownership. You can help support that goal, and perhaps take home a…Read More
Since 2010, Tweed Ride Victoria has invited cyclists to ride through the centre of the city dressed in, well, tweed, of course, to celebrate a…Read More
Forty-eight years ago, a group of teens fresh out of high school decided to host a sports festival for people with developmental disabilities. That was…Read More
Have you ever watched news stories about tragedies in other countries and wondered how you can help? A Victoria nurse decided to put those thoughts…Read More