Welcome, visitor!   Register   Login


Post an Ad
Menu Post an Ad

About Salt Spring Foundation

  • Member Since: March 26, 2012

Sorry, no listings were found.

← Go Back

Report: How Are Salt Spring’s Vital Signs?

    Health & Wellness    October 4, 2017

Think you know Salt Spring Island? For the past six months, the Salt Spring Island Foundation has been compiling VitalSigns®, a compelling report that looks under the covers of our little island and reveals some fascinating facts. The 24-page Vital Signs report explores 12 areas of special interest, including arts and culture, health and wellness, […]

Vital Signs Report Coming Soon!

    Health & Wellness, News & Events    September 27, 2017

The votes have been counted, the referendum arguments finally won or lost, and Salt Spring will go on going on. But how much do you really know about the place you call home? For the past six months, the Salt Spring Island Foundation has, with professional help, been compiling VitalSigns®, a compelling report that looks […]

Salt Spring Island Foundation Launches Vital Signs® Survey

    Health & Wellness    March 8, 2017

What do you love about living on Salt Spring? What would make your life better? The Salt Spring Island Foundation is inviting all local residents to complete Salt Spring’s Vital Signs® 2017 survey. A crucial part of the Vital Signs community consultation process, the survey seeks local opinion on quality-of-life areas to be included in […]

Salt Spring Island Foundation Invites Community to Vital Signs® Open House

    Health & Wellness    February 22, 2017

What do you love about living on Salt Spring? What challenges do you face? What local issues would you like to see highlighted in Salt Spring’s first Vital Signs report? On March 2, the Salt Spring Island Foundation is hosting a Vital Signs Open House at the library program room from 2 to 5:30 p.m. […]

Salt Spring’s Vital Statistics

    Health & Wellness, News & Events    January 11, 2017

Island charity launches ambitious survey of our community and its challenges – Think you know Salt Spring? Ever wondered what makes this island of 10,000 very different souls tick? What it’s got—and what it needs? Have you thought about the issues that most concern islanders? Are we happy? Miserable? Or are we just muddling along? Over […]

Salt Spring Island Foundation Announces Fall Grants

    News & Events    November 15, 2016

The Salt Spring Island Foundation is pleased to announce over $64,000 in grants for local charities. These grants are made possible through the support of the many generous donors who share the Foundation’s vision of a healthy and caring community. Big Brothers Big Sisters For supplies and materials, such as games and crafts, for the […]

Salt Spring Island Foundation Fall Grants

    News & Events    November 24, 2015

Salt Spring Island Foundation Fall Grants – Support Youth Services, Mental Health Initiatives and Much More. The Salt Spring Island Foundation is pleased to announce over $60,000 in grants to nine local charitable organizations. The projects funded this fall aim to build a more sustainable, caring and sharing community through youth programs, mental health services, […]

Salt Spring Island Foundation Spring Grants Support a Wide Range of Community Projects

    News & Events    May 21, 2015

The Salt Spring Island Foundation is pleased to announce over $100,000 in grants to 13 island charitable organizations. The projects funded this spring address many important community priorities, including services for children, youth and seniors, mental health, housing, the environment and the preservation of Salt Spring’s history and cultural heritage. As part of its Smart […]

Salt Spring Island Foundation Fall Grants Support Significant Community Projects

    News & Events    November 20, 2014

The Salt Spring Island Foundation is pleased to announce the recent approval of over $80,000 in grants to island charitable organizations. The funded projects tackle a wide range of community needs and will have a significant impact on the quality of life on Salt Spring. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada To purchase supplies for […]

Salt Spring Island Foundation Marks 30 Years of Giving

    News & Events    August 21, 2014

John Lees would be proud. But no doubt the man who first envisioned the creation of the Salt Spring Island Foundation would also be astonished at the Foundation’s legacy over the past 30 years. By 2014, it had granted the amazing sum of over $1.5 million to help support the work of local charities. On […]

Salt Spring Island Foundation Announces 2014 Grants

    News & Events    June 12, 2014

The Salt Spring Island Foundation is pleased to announce the recent approval of over $79,000 in grants to nine island charitable organizations. The projects funded this spring address a wide range of areas, including mental health, affordable housing, children and youth, and the arts. Since 1984, the Salt Spring Island Foundation has granted more than […]

Salt Spring Island Foundation Grants $50,000 to Local Organizations

    Health & Wellness    January 1, 2013

The Salt Spring Island Foundation is pleased to announce the recent approval of approximately $50,000 in grants to 10 organizations. Many of the projects funded address the most critical needs identified by islanders in the Foundation’s 2012 Community Needs Survey. Since 1984, the Salt Spring Island Foundation has granted more than $1.3 million to local […]

Salt Spring Island Foundation Announces Spring 2012 Grants

    Health & Wellness    July 17, 2012

Did you know that since 1984, the Salt Spring Island Foundation has granted more than $1.2 million to over 70 local registered charities? Every year, the Foundation invests in our community through its Community Endowment Fund, which was developed and continues to grow through donations and bequests from residents and friends of Salt Spring Island. […]

Salt Spring Island Foundation Announces Community Needs Survey Results

    News & Events    July 12, 2012

The Salt Spring Island Foundation thanks everyone in the community who took the time to complete the Foundation’s recent online Community Needs Survey. The survey asked what residents saw as the most critical issues facing the community and the island’s not-for-profit organizations. There were 446 responses to the survey, a good representation of the island’s […]

Salt Spring Foundation Community Needs Survey

    News & Events    March 26, 2012

What do you think are our community’s most critical needs? On March 15, the Salt Spring Island Foundation is launching an online survey that will give islanders an opportunity to identify the most important issues facing our community. The survey will be available until April 15 and is intended to provide island charitable organizations and […]

Community News

  • Incorporation: Post Vote Reasons for Vot...

    by on 8 hours ago

    Reasons for Voting Positively No in the 2017 September 09 Salt Spring Island Incorporation Referendum ~ From late 2012 to 2017, Salt Spring Islanders engaged in two studies, first a Governance Review Study, then an Incorporation Study. Both explored the incorporated municipal model of governance in full, as it would apply to Salt Spring. Neither […]

  • Interactive Salt Spring Sea Level Rise M...

    by on November 14, 2017

    Scientists agree that human activity is heating the planet. But how quickly could sea level rise and what would that rise look like here on Salt Spring? This interactive map shows sea levels locked in by different amounts of carbon pollution, according to recent scientific research. If we burn enough fossil fuels to heat the planet by […]

  • Last Notes For Your Winter Garden

    by on November 13, 2017

    That recent cold snap was a surprise, with temperatures well below freezing and the first snowfall in some areas. If your winter veggies were not all mulched by then I doubt they came to harm as the soil was still relatively warm. In this warmer lull, however, do get the mulching done before temperatures drop […]

  • Cricket Protein at Country Grocer

    by on November 12, 2017

    Crickets are an old type of food for a new type of world. Earth is expected to be home to over 9 billion people by 2050, and currently, the bread basket of the United States is experiencing severe water shortages. Perhaps that knowledge has helped the idea of eating insects in North America gain some […]

  • From Climate Change Denial to Conspiracy...

    by on November 9, 2017

    Did you know that half of us believe in at least one conspiracy theory? Did you know that thirteen percent of Americans believe that climate change is a hoax? Although scientists long ago settled on the conclusion that human activities are causing climate change through the emission of greenhouse gases, a small but vocal number of […]

  • Abandoned Boats: Do You Know One That Sh...

    by on November 6, 2017

    Abandoned and derelict vessels are a significant concern for coastal communities for economic, aesthetic, environmental and safety reasons. The Islands Trust advocates to the Province of British Columbia and the federal government for lasting solutions and funding for vessel removal. Islands Trust is creating an inventory of abandoned, derelict boats in the Islands Trust area […]

  • The Role of Nonprofits on Salt Spring Is...

    by on November 6, 2017

    Volunteer and Community Resources invites VCR members and others in the community to join them at their AGM with keynote speaker, Peter Elson. Peter Elson who is a PhD Adjunct Assistant Professor with UVic’s School of Public Administration will present “Tacking Against the Wind: Nonprofits in a Climate of Uncertainty.” His 20-minute talk on the […]

  • Pharmasave: Helping to Keep the Flu at B...

    by on November 2, 2017

    It’s that achy muscles, nasal drip, headache, sore throat, fever, fatigue time of year! For children, it’s more commonly the earache, nausea, vomiting time of year. Most of us are familiar with the flu blues. Despite our best efforts to keep our families healthy, the flu still gets into our schools, workplaces, and homes. Each […]

  • Salt Spring Reads: The Performance by An...

    by on November 2, 2017

    Salt Spring Reads is an online book club/review. For this column I try to find books that you might love to discover, books with a Salt Spring connection. Reviewed books are available at the Salt Spring Library and in local bookstores. Feel free to share your comments to discuss this book online with others. Ann Eriksson’s […]

Pin It on Pinterest