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BC Interior Community Foundation establishes Disaster Relief Fund
In the aftermath of the unprecedented heat, fires and flooding in our region, we have established the BC Interior Disaster Relief Fund to provide assistance to the communities impacted by these devastating events. Donations to the fund will be used to address needs that cannot be met through other funding programs and will be distributed in consultation with representatives from those communities. You can Donate Today by clicking the link below.
Christmas Cheer Fund 2021 – Thank You for Your Support!
Thank you to everyone who contributed to the 2021 Christmas Cheer Fund! This great annual fundraiser makes a positive difference in our community, and this year we are proud to be supporting four great charities in our region – Kamloops Brain Injury Association, Chris Rose Therapy Centre for Autism, Kamloops YMCA-YWCA – Y Women’s Emergency Shelter, and Kamloops Therapeutic Riding Association.
BC Interior Community Foundation in partnership with Kamloops This Week is excited to tally up our community’s total contributions to the vital services these organizations provide in our community & the total donated this year will be posted here soon!
Join Us in Leaving a Legacy for our Communities
Creating Community. supporting our neighbours
BC INTERIOR COMMUNITY FOUNDATION DISTRIBUTED OVER $336, 800 TO OUR COMMUNITIES IN 2020
Community Project Grants
Community Organization Distributions
IN 2020 BCICF ALSO ADJUDICATED AND DISTRIBUTED AN ADDITIONAL $220, 000 IN FEDERAL GRANTS TO SUPPORT LOCAL CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS DURING COVID-19
What makes us different
Community Foundations hold endowed funding to support other Charities who deliver Projects & Programs in our Region. Endowment means funding is available consistently, as each dollar endowed earns a guaranteed return of 3.5% annually.
Did you know this fall we are supporting 6 projects in our Thompson-Nicola & South Cariboo region? Here’s the projects and programs we’re helping out this season!
We are happy to announce $11,318 has been awarded from The Stollery Charitable Foundation Fund to support needed renovations for emergency staff at Royal Inland Hospital.