According to the last Census, Langley has the highest number of single-mother families (as a proportion of total families) in the Lower Mainland. So when the YWCA opened Fraser Gardens in 2002, an apartment complex that provides single-parent low-income families with safe, affordable housing, no one was surprised when the building quickly filled to capacity.
White Rock’s Peace Arch Hospital will soon have a new video cytoscopy unit thanks to a $5,000 donation from the Envision Charitable Foundation.
The Hope Volunteer Search and Rescue team recently procured some much-needed, state-of-the-art lifesaving equipment. Thanks in part to several substantial community donations, including $10,000 from the Envision Credit Union Charitable Foundation, Hope Volunteer Search and Rescue was able to purchase two new Jaws of Life units.
High school students in British Columbia learn a lot of things in the classroom and soon, CPR will be one of them. Thanks to a grant of nearly $53,000 from the Envision Credit Union Charitable Foundation, students at secondary schools in Coquitlam, Langley, Hope and Kitimat will soon learn how to intervene in emergency situations and save lives.
Envision Charitable Foundation has donated $10,000 to the Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation for the purchase of a neonatal monitor for the hospital’s intensive care unit for newborns.
The Ghana Credit Union Association (CUA) Limited is a financial co-operative apex organization and represents over 265 credit unions represented by 175,000 individual members throughout Ghana. CUA provides demand driven representation, audit, computer, training, insurance and central banking services on a cost recovery basis.
High school students in British Columbia learn many things in the classroom and soon, CPR will be one of them. Thanks to the ongoing support of the Envision Charitable Foundation, students at secondary schools in the lower mainland and in Central Okanagan and Kitimat will be learning how to intervene in emergency situations and save lives.
Thanks to the generous support of donors like the Envision Credit Union Charitable Foundation, the Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Centre of BC recently launched CHOICES 2: Reaching Out, an innovative youth suicide prevention film and program.
Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) Upper Fraser Valley is set to extend its services to more local children, thanks to a $3,435 donation from the Envision Credit Union Charitable Foundation.
A program that helps Delta children work through terminal illness, loss, and bereavement has just received a major boost thanks to the Envision Credit Union Charitable Foundation.