In response to our 2010 Victoria's Vital Signs® Special Report on "Youth in Victoria", the GVPL staff have developed colourful and comfy spaces complete with…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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The Greater Victoria Coalition to End Homelessness ran its "Unacceptable" campaign for a month, starting in February 2013. They hope the campaign, including social media, bus shelters and billboards, highlights the need for prevention and affordable and supportive housing in Victoria, BC.Read More
In February 2013, the Victoria Foundation launched two new initiatives that we hope will change the face of philanthropy in Victoria, and make it easier for non-profit organizations to do business.Read More
As the number of children in government care continues to rise, organizations like CHOICES offer services to birth and adoptive parents throughout BC.Read More
We applaud the work of groups like CARTE and others that provide resources and support to people living with autism.Read More
Vital Signs illustrates that arts and culture are an integral part of our community. Groups like Ptarmigan provide a link between arts and community. Watch the video…Read More
Victoria's Vital Signs® graders gave Mental Health on Southern Vancouver Island a C-. NEED2 offers counselling and support. Watch the video…Read More
Learning Through Loss is a free program designed to help young adults through experiences of significant loss.Read More
Giving youth a voice on their vision for our region, Island Savings Credit Union and Victoria Foundation published this year’s report.Read More
Learn about Bridges for Women and their programs to heal and educate women who have experienced violence or abuse, a top Vital Signs concern.Read More