Coquitlam Stroke Recovery Fund

Description of donor:

Coquitlam Stroke Recovery Fund

Dogwood Pavilion isa social recreation centrefor adults50 years or better toget together, make new friends and enjoy a variety of leisure activities. It is a warm and friendly place with plenty of free parking. The pavilion is operated by the City of Coquitlam Parks, Recreation and Culture Department.

We also have a fully equipped woodworking shop, snooker room, lapidary workshop, computer lab, lounge and library.

This fund was originally named the Hollins Green Fund when it was under the direction of the Dogwood Pavilion Seniors’ Society. It was hoped that interest from the capital could subsidize the Dogwood Stroke Recovery Club operating costs. In April of 1999 the fund was established in partnership with the Seniors Society. The fund is to maintain a capital fund and to annually disburse the interest on the fund at the direction of the Board of Directors of the Dogwood Pavilion Seniors’ Society.

Purpose of Fund:

The fund is to assist in the funding of the Dogwood Stroke Recovery Club.


This is a donor-advised fund advised by Dogwood Pavilions Seniors’Society themselves. The fund is to support the Dogwood Stroke Recovery Club.

How to apply for this fund:

This fund is not open for applications.

How to donate to the fund:

There are several ways you can give to the Foundation. To see all the options click on the following link: Giving Options.

There are two popular ways you can donate to this fund. First, a cheque made payable to the Coquitlam Foundation can be sent to:

P.O. Box 64710, Sunwood Square, Coquitlam, BC  V3B 0H1

Include a note that the donation is for the "Coquitlam Stroke Recovery Fund". Donations sent this way of $25 or more will receive a tax receipt.

The second way you can donate is through our online donation system, which is provided by Canada Helps, a non-profit organization. Through a fee of 3.5% to cover the cost of the credit card charge Canada Helps will issue you a tax receipt directly for your donations. We thank them for their partnership.