Well, that's another Annual General Meeting in the books! With Chair Janet Toddington at the helm, we successfully held our 2015-16 AGM yesterday evening at the Coquitlam Foundation Room of the City Centre Branch of the Coquitlam Public Library. The event, which was sponsored by RBC
In case you haven't noticed, we've been refreshing our website over the past few weeks with some new Partner Profiles and Success Stories, which are featured on our home page. We've published three new Profiles focusing on Wesbild's LIFT Fund, the Michael Coss Brain Injury Fund
Look for Coquitlam Foundation chair Janet Toddington and other directors at the "foundation table" during the Coquitlam Crunch Challenge this coming Saturday morning. They will be promoting the foundation and supporting the fundraising event, part proceeds of which will go to the
Charitable folks from throughout B.C. and as far away as Yukon and Ontario have continued to donate money to the Coquitlam Foundation to support the victims of last month's Cottonwood fire. The result is that we have now been able to direct a further $13,000 to this cause. The photo on our
It's time to "save the date" ... September 15, 2016, that is.  That's when the Coquitlam Foundation will stage its Annual General Meeting. It all takes place in the Coquitlam Foundation Room of the City Centre Branch of the Coquitlam Public Library. The reception starts at 6:
Thank you, Canada! On behalf of the scores of individuals and companies that donated to the Coquitlam Foundation's special fund to assist families displaced by last week's apartment-building fire in the city, foundation officials this afternoon handed over a cheque for $23,000 to the
Concern continues to be high for the welfare of the families, many of them Syrian refugees, who were displaced by last week's big apartment-building fire in Coquitlam. This morning, Global News produced an updating story on the issue, in which the Coquitlam Foundation's role in collecting
The Coquitlam Foundation is assisting in the relief effort for the families, including those of Syrian refugees, who were displaced by the apartment fire at 550 Cottonwood Avenue on July 28. Members of the public who would like to support relief efforts through a financial donation are asked
Friend-of-the-foundation Alex Bell, founder of the Coquitlam Foundation-managed Community Diversity Fund, has announced that the 7th annual Coquitlam Crunch Diversity Challenge is set for Saturday, September 10 this year. Alex has also announced, however, that, "due to unforeseen circumstances
The July edition of snapd Tri-Cities is now on the news stands and on the web, and we're most pleased to see that it contains a write-up and several photos from our annual Awards Night last month at the Evergreen Cultural Centre. Please click here to view the coverage. A big Coquitlam