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The Comox Valley Community Foundation is embarking on its next level of growth and is currently looking for its next Executive Director.

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Granting

Over 2 million dollars of grant money has been put back into the Comox Valley, making our community a better place to live, work and play.

Past Grants | Grant Opportunities

Vital Signs

Vital Signs is a periodic report generated from significant social and economic trends in areas critical to quality of life in the Comox Valley.

Vital Signs 2018Vital Signs 2016

Giving

You love our community and there are countless ways to help it grow and thrive. Your gift will benefit the community in perpetuity.

Donate | Learn About Giving

About Us

We bring donors to the table as community builders, and help them formulate and realize their philanthropic goals, matching their interests and concerns with community needs and opportunities, and finding innovative and responsible ways to give their investments lasting impact.

We take the broadest view of what a community is and what it needs to thrive.  Therefore, our grants support everything from safety and support of the less able or less fortunate to recreation, the arts, and the environment. We take a long-term view of the community and through our Vital Signs Comox Valley initiative, our granting and community engagement help make our community more caring and compassionate, resilient and better positioned for an improving future for all who live here.

 

 

As an independent charitable organization, we are only limited by the will and imagination of our donors, and the groups and people we support in the community. Since inception, our donors have generously entrusted us with over $12 million which we have promised to establish and maintain as endowment funds – in perpetuity, the income from which is to be used to benefit the Valley residents through the invaluable work of registered charities and other qualified service providers.

A gift of any size does and will continue to make a difference. To date, we have returned more than $2 million to the community in grants, scholarships and bursaries for students and investment returns to those organizations that entrust their funds with us. And this will keep growing!

Rotary Ryder Cup In Memory of Brian Rice

The Comox Valley Community Foundation is honoured to be selected as one of the beneficiaries Rotary Ryder Cup.  The inaugural event is being held in memory of Brian Rice on Friday May 10th from 12 pm to 9 pm at the Crown Isle Golf Resort.  This is going to be an amazing event in our community and will sell out fast!

For more for details about this event see the Events & Tickets section of our Website