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For more than 800 babies born annually at Peace Arch Hospital, infant resuscitation warming beds are critical for regulating body temperature and providing CPR or medications immediately after birth.
Teens visiting the Fraser Valley’s newest drop-in youth centre now have access to all the comforts of home thanks to a $10,000 grant from the Envision Financial Community Endowment, housed with the First West Foundation. The funds have allowed Aldergrove Neighbourhood Services (ANS) to purchase much-needed furniture and appliances for the Beat the Streets youth program located at 3089 272nd Street, Aldergrove.
Moving is always an expensive thing to do. But what happens when a non-profit is faced with all those extra costs?
That was the problem facing Langley Senior Resources Society (LSRS) earlier this year when they moved their Adult Day Centre program into a larger building and needed new furniture to fill the space.
Local residents coping with mental illness and poverty will soon benefit from a new Mental Wellness Centre in Port Coquitlam thanks in part to a $5,000 grant from the First West Foundation and its Envision Financial Community Endowment.
Long-term care facilities can often be cold and clinical, with minimal design or décor added. But for the residents of Mountainview Lodge Complex, the “comforts of home” are slowly becoming a reality with a comprehensive renovation project.
As construction progresses on Chilliwack’s newest second stage housing complex for youth, the technology that will soon help these at-risk youth update their resumes, find jobs and look for permanent housing has already been purchased thanks to a grant from the Envision Financial Community Endowment.
The endowment, which is housed with the First West Foundation, provided $9,957 to Chilliwack Community Services (CCS) to help outfit the new housing project with 16 computers and a server.
Both patients and staff at Fraser Canyon Hospital are benefiting from a new medication cart thanks to a $7,100 grant from the Envision Financial Community Endowment housed with the First West Foundation.
Nothing is more important than feeling safe and secure in your own home. But for the residents of Santa Rosa Place—a second-stage transitional housing project run by the Women’s Resource Society of the Fraser Valley (WRSFV)—personal safety has been a major concern lately.
To some it might be just a photocopier, but for the staff and volunteers at Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) Upper Fraser Valley, the newest addition to the office is making a world of difference.
The Envision Foundation provided $100,000 for the hospital’s emergency ward expansion project.