Vital Victoria Fund
The Vital Victoria fund supports priority areas of need identified by the community in the annual Victoria's Vital Signs® report. Each funded organization undergoes robust due diligence during the Victoria Foundation’s Community Grants process.
We inspire literacy, lifelong learning and community enrichment for all. GVPL provides collections, services and programs in 10 libraries and through our website (gvpl.ca) to more than 300,000 residents in Greater Victoria.
Since 1986, uniting youth and music …In Symphony! Orchestral training by expert faculty; Main-stage & outreach concerts; Mentorship, musicianship & friendship; Inspiring youth to excellence.
We engage all grade level students in the practice of farming. We educate to create the conditions for food security and local economy.
To, a) encourage social activity; b) foster agricultural interest; c) form a public library & d) build a public hall which shall be used for the above three purposes.
To support those with developmental and other disabilities in making a life, a home, and a place in the world.
Habitat Acquisition Trust helps people understand and care for nature in the Capital Region. As a local land trust, we work to permanently protect natural areas, provide environmental education, and foster stewardship of our forests, meadows, streams, wetlands, and shorelines.
Run by and for people affected by hepatitis C, HepCBC is a non-profit organization providing education, prevention and support - since 1996 - to those living with HCV. HepCBC strives to make the world free of hepatitis C, starting in British Columbia.
The Horticulture Centre of the Pacific (HCP) is a not for profit society formed in 1979 with the goal of making Victoria a centre of excellence for horticulture education. On 43 hectares in the midst of Saanich the Gardens at HCP have been created. The 3.5 hectares of year round Gardens exemplify...
Providing social and emotional support through programs and services to Aboriginal children, Aborignal youth, and Aboriginal families who live within the urban communities of the Greater Victoria area.
ICA helps individuals and organizations connect across cultures. We provide information, support and tools to help immigrants reach their goals. By engaging people through networks, education and arts programming we create a welcoming community.