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The 2018 Mayors’ Golf Tournament saw the Harvest Project receive $50,000 as the designated beneficiary of the tournament.


The 2017 Community Grants totalled $97,000 and were awarded at the end of November.  A complete listing can be found in the 2017 Annual Report.   The 10th anniversary of the North Shore Mayors’ Golf Tournament coincided with Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation.  To celebrate these two milestones, the North Shore Community Foundation endorsed the provision of two beneficiaries for the 2017 golf tournament – Turning Point Recovery House and Quest Food Exchange.  Each of these two organizations received $50,000 from funds raised at the golf tournament.


Grant Awards Ceremony
The North Shore Community Foundation awarded more than $80,000 to 17 different local organizations in a ceremony held December 6th at the District of North Vancouver municipal hall. The wide range of groups receiving funding included those dedicated to helping less fortunate members of society, health and well-being, animal welfare and more. The foundation has provided more than $1.5 million to charitable initiatives since its inception 30 years ago.


12 April  –  Celebrating Volunteer Week on the North Shore, North Shore News Celebrate the volunteer spirit with this North Shore News supplement. Details.

12 April  – North Shore Community Foundation, North Shore News Thank you to all our volunteers! Details.

18 March  –  Corrigan Nature House Dedication, North Shore News Wild Bird Trust of BC dedication day ceremony for the Corrigan Nature House at the Conservation Area at Maplewood Flats in North Vancouver. Details.

30 January  – Dementia Daycare, CBC News We have all heard about daycare for children, but daycare for persons with dementia?  CBC News Vancouver features the work of the North Shore’s Parkgate Community Centre’s daycare program for persons living with dementia and their caregivers – a program that received financial assistance from the Foundation. View. 

15 January  –  Building a Community Legacy, North Shore News The North Shore Community Foundation works to improve the quality of life for all residents of the North Shore by funding community programs, services and scholarships. Details.


23 November  –  North Shore Community Foundation, North Shore News Our focus, our people, our work. Details.

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L-R: Mayor Darrell Mussatto (City of North Vancouver), Kevin Lee and Gary Ansell of Harvest Project and Mayor Richard Walton (District of North Vancouver).

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