A healthier, safer, and more equitable future for all.
To be a leader in public health philanthropy, engaging and investing in innovative, collaborative, and evidence-based initiatives that improve population health.
Our Strategic Plan 2023-2026
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We are true to our values, and our words, actions, and behaviours align.
We are fully accountable to the publics we serve, partners, funders, donors, and each other.
We are open and honest with our publics, partners, funders, donors, and each other.
We believe in respectful, mutually-beneficial, and authentic relationships and partnerships.
We encourage and undertake transformative work.
We are kind, considerate, and open-minded in how we approach our work and with each other.
Each year, the Foundation continues to undergo strategic development and growth to elevate our mission to improve population and public health for British Columbia – to reduce harms, address threats, promote health, and drive innovation. We invite you to read our annual reports and financial statements as we showcase our stories and successes.
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Our Board of Directors make up a unique team of leaders dedicated to improving public health, as well as the experience and expertise to help support and to help grow the Foundation.
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We acknowledge and show gratitude that we are able to work, live, and play on the traditional and unceded lands of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), Stó:lo and SəÌílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) Nations, and that our work humbly extends to all First Nations, Métis, and Inuit people across what we call British Columbia. We make our commitment to continue on our path of learning and reconciliation and where welcomed to do so, to work with communities to support undoing inequities that have harmed and continue to harm Indigenous people across the stolen and colonized lands of Turtle Island, or what we now call Canada.