The Foundation contribute to Registered Charities whose gains and goals, in whole or in part, are intended to make boys and girls, young men and young women, better citizens of Canada.
Pobox 48284 Bentall Centre, Vancouver BC, V7X1A1
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2017 Revenues: $169,523
2017 Expenditures: $115,773
Assets, 2017 Year End: $2,504,489
Liabilities, 2017 Year End: $8,426
Breakdown of Programs
Where the Money Goes
Receiving Organization Amount
Take A Hike, Youth At Risk Foundation $7,500.00
Vancouver Adaptive Snow Sports $6,725.00
Big Sisters Of B.C. Lower Mainland $6,537.00
Burns Bog Conservation Society $5,000.00
Kids Help Phone / Jeunesse J' Ecoute $5,000.00
Friends Uniting For Nature Society $5,000.00
Arts Council Of Surrey $5,000.00
Whistler Arts Council $3,000.00
Realwheels Society $2,500.00
Seachange Marine Conservation Society $2,500.00
Bc Wheelchair Sports Association $2,500.00
Sarah Mclachlan School Of Music Society $2,500.00
Lord Roberts Elementary School $1,800.00
20 gifts to qualified organizations totalled$83,753.00
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