To enhance the social welfare, health and education of residents.
The Foundation gives grants to organizations in and around Kimberley that support the arts, culture, sport, environment, health and education. Funds for the grants flow from the interest earned on our permanent endowments which are built with the donations, bequests and gifts from individuals and corporations in the community.
Kimberley & District Community Foundation is governed by a Board of Directors representing a broad cross-section of our community. Our Canadian Registered Charity Number is 874671910RR0001.
The area the Foundation serves is defined by the boundary of former School District #3. It includes St. Mary’s Lake, Wycliffe, Meadowbrook, Ta Ta Creek, Wasa and Skookumchuk as well as the City of Kimberley.
Feel free to approach any one of our Directors.
- Terry Oscarson – President & Director
- Michelle Lemay – Secretary & Director
- Kent Goodwin – Treasurer & Director
- Joanne Kitt – Director
- Desiree McKay – Director
- Paul Nevlud – Director
- Brigitte Franyo – Director
- Doug Kittle – Director
- Noreen Shaw – Director
- Paddy Brown – Director
- Duncan MacLeod – Director
General inquiries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Grant applications can be sent to email@example.com
Kimberley & District Community Foundation
42 – 101st Ave
Kimberley, BC V1A 1A3
The KDCF would like to thank the following groups and individuals that have supported us through our growth and development as a Community Foundation.
The Kootenay News Advertiser The Regional District of East Kootenay
The Pines Memorial and Development Society The City of Kimberley
Teck Resources Ltd. The Columbia Basin Trust
The Vancouver Foundation Community Foundations of Canada
The Osprey Foundation in Nelson The Phoenix Foundation in Grand Forks
Norm McDonald, MLA The Family of Bill Motek
All those who attended our community workshops