Private donors come to the Coquitlam Foundation for assistance and financial expertise to establish and grow funds that will contribute to the community in a unique and ever-lasting way.
Donor-advised funds make it possible to create a ‘mini-foundation’ without the delay, legal and administrative costs, or the risk, of creating a separate foundation. Fundholders also benefit from the opportunity to access proven financial management and keep expenses down through shared costs. Donor-advised funds may be structured as ‘Family/Memorial’, ‘Agency’, ‘Corporate’ or ‘Specialty’ funds. Funds may be intended to build capital to generate bursary/scholarship funds or grants, or the donor may design a fund that offers both.
With donor-advised (‘restricted’) funds, the donor enters an agreement with the foundation. In the agreement, the donor may stipulate specific uses for the earnings on the fund, subject to final approval by the Coquitlam Foundation Board.
Enquiries about funds or fund-development should be directed to Dwight Yochim, our Executive Director at email@example.com
DONOR-ADVISED FUNDS held at this time:
- Beverley Ann Cook Fund
- Bill LeClair Community Fund
- Carleigh Rae LeClair Fund
- CMLA Brodie Campbell Memorial Scholarship Fund
- Coquitlam Metro Ford Domenic Mobilio Bursary Fund
- Danielle & Gary Couling Education Fund
- Raymond A. LeClair Scholarship Fund
- Shelagh Elaine Fulton Memorial Fund
- Symington Endowment Fund
- Trevor Wingrove Bursary Fund
- Coquitlam Centre Fund
- Coquitlam Public Library Living Legacy Fund
- Coquitlam Search and Rescue Fund (CSARS)
- Coquitlam Stroke Recovery Fund
- Evergreen Arts Education Endowment Fund (Evergreen Cultural Centre)
- Friends of Mundy Park Heritage Society Fund
- Rotary Club Community Service Award (Rotary Club of Coquitlam)
- Soroptimist TriCities Fund
- Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce Elite Athletes Fund