How Do I Donate?
Every gift to the Prince George Community Foundation is important, regardless of size. Every gift helps enhance the services and opportunities in our community. The Foundation is grateful to receive continuing support from individuals, families, organizations, foundations, businesses and corporations.
The Prince George Community Foundation gratefully accepts the following types of gifts:
Your friends, neighbours, business associates and acquaintances are involved and support the Prince George Community Foundation for many reasons. Some have contributed to the foundation to establish a named endowment to honour their family or business . . . and to show their commitment to our community.
Others have contributed to the Foundation in memory of a special person or event in their life. The donation and endowed fund in their name will act as a legacy of their contribution to our community.
We would be pleased to discuss various options with you regarding a contribution to the Foundation. Opportunities exist for you to designate your gifts to benefit specific projects, organizations or areas of the community for which you have particular interests.Donate Now!
Young people care about their communities. Community Foundations of Canada’s Youth in Philanthropy (YIP) program makes it easy for young people to find ways to help.
Youth in Philanthropy is for young people who want their city to thrive, who want their voices heard, who want a say in how the charities that work to better their community get the help they need to do the crucial work that they do.
It is for young people who envision a safe, strong community in which people of every culture, every background can work together.
It is for decision-makers, for leaders, for academics, for athletes, for drama kids, for musicians, for humanitarians, for environmentalists, for aspiring scientists, and writers....it is for young people who are trying to decide who they want to be.
Youth in Philanthropy is for everyone because it is in place to benefit everyone in your community. And you can be a part of it.
More than 60 community foundations in Canada now have Youth in Philanthropy programs, engaging thousands of young people and new energy in the community foundation movement.
Youth Advisory Committees provided more than $2.5 million to non-profit organizations in their communities.