Category: Newsletter

Newsletter #25: June 2021

Help Put an End to BC’s Overdose Crisis: Support Peers on the Frontlines, Indigenous Health and Rights: Time for a Healing Way Forward, and more in our June newsletter!

Newsletter #24: May 2021

A New Partnership to Fund Priority Research on COVID-19 Vaccination in BC, Cats Needed for BC Centre for Disease Control Study, and much more in our May newsletter. Check it out!

Newsletter #23: April 2021

Sexually Transmitted and Blood Borne Infection (STTBI) Screening and Care in Prisons, BC COVID-19 SPEAK Survey Round 2, vaccine hesitancy, 2021 BC Stay-at-Home Campout, and more! Check it all out in our April 2021 newsletter.

Newsletter #22: March 2021

Foundation Collaborates with BC Funders to Support Vaccine Research, guest blog post on COVID-19 research conducted in prisons and correctional facilities in Canada, A Fundraising ‘Year’ in Review, and more!

Newsletter #21: February 2021

Compassion, Inclusion and Engagement: The Role of Peers in the Overdose Crisis, 7 Ways to Reduce Stigma, Dr Henry Whisky Sauce, and more. Click below to check out our February newsletter!

Newsletter #20: January 2021

Why We Need to Support Vaccine Effectiveness Research, guest post by Travis Salway on conversion therapy, How You Can Activate Health in 2021, and more!

Newsletter #19: December 2020

BC COVID-19 SPEAK Survey Dashboard, GivingTuesday update, and looking back at 2020 with an Activate Health lens. Check it all out in our December newsletter!

Newsletter #18: November 2020

New research on COVID-19 & misinformation in BC, guest post from BCCDC experts on BC’s overdose crisis, meet our new Development and Communications Manager, and more!

Newsletter #17: October 2020

Renewing our commitment to fighting COVID-19 together, why voting is good for your health, Sheila Henry runs 50K on World Mental Health Day to raise awareness for the overdose crisis, and more in our October newsletter. Check it out!

Newsletter #16: September 2020

In this month’s newsletter, we cover the overdose crisis & COVID-19, and stigma as a public health issue. Plus, we’re hiring!