Even if the doors of long-term care homes are opening back up, it’s been a tough year for seniors who have had to live extremely…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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For over 40 years Victoria Hospice has provided compassionate end-of-life support to patients and their families in our region. But the COVID-19 pandemic has had…Read More
In the latest issue of Vital People, from the Times Colonist and the Victoria Foundation, learn how buildings facing demolition are finding new life in another…Read More
This has been an exhausting and challenging year for many local non-profits. For those working in the arts, the pandemic has been especially difficult, which…Read More
The Victoria Arts Council is now entering its fifth decade of supporting artists across Greater Victoria. Now, the non-profit is fundraising for something very simple…Read More
The Victoria Foundation has just distributed $300,000 to 12 non-profit organizations supporting gender equality in our region, including Bridges for Women. Learn more with a…Read More
Founded in 2001, Wear2Start is a volunteer-driven non-profit that provides clothing, shoes, handbags – even haircuts – for women going through a hard time in…Read More
In the latest issue of Vital People, from the Times Colonist and the Victoria Foundation, learn how Easter Seals B.C. and Yukon is turning Camp Shawnigan…Read More
One way to make a difference in your community is to support a local non-profit organization. And if our province’s rich maritime history is one…Read More
Herring are an important fish in our local waters and a vital link in the food chain, which is why World Fisheries Trust are doing…Read More