Engineered Bodies Continuing Education Fund

New Fund Announcement – Engineered Bodies Continuing Education Fund

Coquitlam, August 5, 2020:  The Coquitlam Foundation is proud to announce a new fund established at the initiative of Engineered Bodies, a strength & conditioning and physical education facility in Port Moody, BC.  Recent events around the world have prompted owners Anthony and Samantha Agtarap to publicly express their values of diversity and inclusion.  They recognize that systemic racism exists and oppresses Black people, Indigenous people and other people of colour. In addition to this new fund with the Foundation, […]

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Tri-Cities Community Foundations take part in new Emergency Community Support Fund

Tri-Cities, May 19, 2020 –  The Tri-Cities Community Foundations (TCCF), which consists of the Coquitlam Foundation, Port Coquitlam Community Foundation and the Port Moody Foundation, today announced they will be provided nearly $460,000 to support local charities responding to COVID-19 as part of a new partnership with Community Foundations of Canada, United Way Centraide Canada and the Canadian Red Cross, funded through the Government of Canada’s $350M Emergency Community Support Fund (ECSF). This vast national effort aims to support vulnerable […]

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2020 off to a rockin’ start for the Coquitlam Foundation

With a new executive director, a new fun-filled fundraising event on the horizon, and the foundation’s annual grants and bursaries applications now open – the New Year is certainly off to a rockin’ start for the Coquitlam Foundation. Kicking off the New Year for the not-for-profit organization was the welcoming of their new executive director, Lisa Landry.  Hailing from a public relations background, Landry was the founding general manager and editor of snapd Coquitlam newspaper, and is also currently the […]

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