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2019 Vital Signs Report

The 2019 Vital Signs Report is now available for viewing or download. Phoenix Foundation would like to thank all those who participated in the Vital Signs Survey and shared their feedback about community vitality indicators. Click here to view the report in your browser. Or download the report.

Phoenix Foundation 20th Anniversary

Community Members and Founding Donors attended the Phoenix Foundation Community Social/20th Anniversary on October 11 in Grand Forks. Attendees were able to take a look at displays of this years grantees who were in attendance, hear from founding Donor Cathy Manson about the vision and the journey of getting the Foundation started 20 years ago. Stacey Cassidy, Youth advocate spoke …

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New Scholarships

Canada‚Äôs community foundation network is investing in the next generation of global leaders and community builders thanks to 1,900 prestigious new scholarships for university students announced today through the Canadian Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarships program. The multi-sectoral partnership between CFC, the Rideau Hall Foundation, the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada and the federal government will help …

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Rock Creek Playground Improvements

George Longden, Grants Chariperson of the Phoenix Foundation of the Boundary Communities presents the final cheque to community members for the Rock Creek Medical Clinic for the improvements to their playground area and fencing.

Midway And Beyond Little THeatre

ONE GIANT STEP CLOSER! July 3rd, saw the dream of creating a theatre space in the Midway Community Hall take a huge leap forward when George Longden of the PHOENIX FOUNDATION handed the Midway Community Association a cheque for $4000. The MCA, sponsors of Midway and Beyond Little Theatre, will use the money to purchase 8 theatre lighting fixtures. The …

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Foundation Targets Vital Signs

With over $2.2 million in vested funds working for the Boundary region, the Foundation directors have set their sights on continuing to grow their funds to build on the grants distributed since 1997. Director and incoming chair of the Grants Committee, George Longden, announced the Foundation’s aim to raise $1.8 million by 2018, or 1.8 x 18 as the campaign …

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