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2024 Call for Board Members

We are welcoming applicants with interest in stepping into a Vice Chair role, and applicants with connections (e.g. live or work) in the Pemberton area.

Grant Announcement 2024

Discover Nature by Whistler Museum and Archives introduces locals and visitors to the natural spaces and creatures living in the Whistler area. Whistler Community Foundation’s

Estate Planning Presentation

Take care of your family’s future now to free your time to enjoy all that life has to offer.

Join us for an informative seminar on the best steps to planning your estate in a way that will bring you peace of mind.

2023 Shop Local Give Local

By simply shopping on December 2, 2023 you will help raise funds to be invested in the Community Fund.

Funding Announcement

The Community Services Recovery Fund is a one-time investment of $400 million to help community service organizations (charities, non-profits, Indigenous governing bodies) adapt, modernize, and be better equipped to improve the efficacy, accessibility and sustainability of the community services that they provide through the pandemic recovery and beyond.

Citizen of the Year Stella Harvey

Off Stella Harvey went to the library to ask about a writers’ group. Joan Richoz, Whistler’s first librarian advised Stella that she should start one.

Grant Announcement

Discover Nature by Whistler Museum and Archives introduces locals and visitors to the natural spaces and creatures living in the Whistler area. Grants committees assessed

Grantee Highlight

And over the last few years, Sea to Sky Hospice has mindfully curated and created resources for people who are experiencing grief or bereavement. Recently, the team applied for funds from Whistler Community Foundation’s 2022 Caring Community Grants to support the printing and preparation of support packages that include a few of these resources.

Media Release – New Fund

In September, The Whistler Writing Society gave a nod to the future of the organization by opening the
Literary Arts Legacy Fund with Whistler Community Foundation (WCF). The agency fund is a longterm
investment in their mission to promote the literary arts to Whistler’s residents and visitors.