The Whistler Blackcomb Foundation accepts funding applications twice per year. The funding deadlines are October 1 and April 1 annually.
1. Funding applicants are invited to complete our Funding Application Form. Forms must be submitted on or before the specified deadline.
2. The Foundation’s Executive Director will review all applications and make recommendations to the Board of Directors approximately 6-8 weeks after each submission deadline date.
3. The Executive Director will notify applicants via phone or mail about the status of their request shortly after the Board of Directors meet.
4. Successful Recipients are required to sign a Grant Recipient Letter of Agreement and Follow up Reports must be forwarded to the Foundation upon completion of the project.
We thank you for your interest in the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation and the Sea to Sky community.
The Whistler Blackcomb Foundation is dedicated to the financial support of registered non-profit organizations who are qualified donees under the Canada Income Tax Act, whose activities will provide benefit to the residents of the Sea to Sky Corridor. Support from the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation is given in the form of dollar ($) grants. We do not provide funding for operational costs or salaries. The Foundation typically supports programs in the areas of health, human services, education, recreation, the arts, culture and the environment, with an emphasis on children, youth and family programs.
The Whistler Blackcomb Foundation Environmental Fund is dedicated to providing financial support to Qualified Donees whose actions can show a benefit to the natural environment in the Sea to Sky Corridor. Our mandate is to expand fundraising efforts to support larger environmental projects with long term results within the Sea to Sky Corridor, as well as to build strong partnerships with community stakeholders.
Funds are donated by Whistler Blackcomb Employees and are matched 100% by the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation. The Board of Directors is separate from the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation and is comprised of employees of Whistler Blackcomb. They along with the Executive Director of the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation and the Chairperson for the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation Envirofund make the decisions on where the funds will be allocated. Since 2001, Whistler Blackcomb employees and the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation have proudly donated over $380,000 to causes specifically focused on the Environment.
Please review the Mandate and Grant Application Format for funding requests and contact Cynthia Buck, Chairperson for the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation Envirofund with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-938-7364.
December 2016: The Whistler Blackcomb Foundation (WBF) has awarded more than $250,000 in charitable grants to Sea to Sky non-profit organizations. The grants were handed out after a lengthy review of all proposals submitted. To learn more read our latest Press Release.Learn More
Since 1992, the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation has supported hundreds of community charities through cash grants totaling over $11 million dollars. Some of the charities include:
1st Whistler Scouts * AWARE * Arthritis Society * BC Bobsleigh & Skeleton Association * BC Children’s Hospital Foundation * BC Lions Society for Children with Disabilities * BC Luge Association * Big Brothers & Sisters of Whistler & Pemberton * Birken Fire Protection Society * Blackwater Creek Elementary School * Brackendale Elementary * Bratz Biz * Canadian Cancer Society * Canadian Red Cross * Canadian Snowboard Federation * Cheakamus Community Garden * Community Foundation of Whistler * Communities That Care * Crisis Intervention & Suicide Prevention of BC * Cross Country Canada * Dance Whistler Association * Dave Murray National Training Centre * Disabled Skiers Association of BC * Don Ross Secondary School * Ecole la Passerelle * Federation of Canadian Archers * Get Smart Bear Society * Girl Guides of Canada * Glen Eden School Whistler * Hilltop House Support Society * Howe Sound East Fire Protection Association * Howe Sound Marine Rescue Society * Howe Sound Women’s Centre Society * John Ryan Regeneration Tour * Joint Winds of Change Steering Committee * JUMP Math * Kelty Dennehey Foundation * Kids Help Foundation *Whistler Kidsport* Lil’wat Cultural Society * Lion’s Gate Hospital * Lions Bay Fire Rescue * Lions Society Easter Seals Camp Squamish * LUNA * MADD Canada * Make-a-Wish Foundation * Mamquam Elementary School * Maurice Young Millennium Place * Michael Allen Bear Research * Mount Currie Multiplex Facility & Daycare * Moving Mountains for Children * Myrtle Philip Community School * Naturalists Society * North Shore Family Services * North Shore Search & Rescue * North Vancouver Outdoor School * Outward Bound * Peak Pemberton BMX Society * Performance Dance Force Association * Pemberton & District Public Library * Pemberton & District Search & Rescue * Pemberton Canoe Association * Pemberton Children's Centre * Pemberton Childcare Society * Pemberton Fire & Rescue * Pemberton Food Bank * Pemberton Health Care Center Pemberton Health Care Foundation * Pemberton Secondary Outdoor Program * Pemberton Public Library * Pemberton Search & Rescue * Pemberton Secondary High School * Pemberton Skateboard Society * Pemberton Valley Trails Association * Pemberton Young Life * Pemberton Youth Soccer Association * Planned Parenthood Association * Playground Builders Foundation * Police Victim Services of BC * RCMP DARE Program * RCMP-Emergency Response System * Resort Municipality of Whistler * Rotary Club * Royal Canadian Legion Branch * Sea to Sky Baseball Association * Sea to Sky Community Services * Sea To Sky Freenet Association & Squamish Volunteer Centre Society * Sea to Sky Trail * Signal Hill Elementary * School Smart Growth BC * Spo7ez Cultural Centre & Community Society * Spring Creek Elementary * Squamish Community Christmas Care Program * Squamish Crimestoppers Society * Squamish Elementary School * Squamish Fire Rescue * Squamish Food Bank Society * Squamish Health Care Foundation * Squamish Helping Hands Society * Squamish Hospice Society * Squamish Lillooet Regional District * Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre * Squamish Public Library * Squamish Skating Club * Squamish Soup Kitchen Society * Squamish Trails Society * Stawamus Elementary School * Stewardship Pemberton * Teddy Bear Daycare * Tennis BC/Whistler Racquet Club * The Crisis Centre * The Howe Sound Women’s Centre Society * The SAFE Program * The Whistler Fish Stewardship Group * Village of Pemberton * Village of Pemberton Fire Department * Walk Safe Program * Walter Zebrowski Memorial Fund * Whistler Adaptive Sports Program * Whistler Animals Galore (WAG) * Whistler Arts Council * Whistler Big Brothers & Sisters * Whistler BMX * Whistler Blackcomb Freestyle Ski Club * Whistler Center for Business & the Arts * Whistler Children’s Centre * Whistler Children’s Chorus * Whistler Community Services * Whistler Film Festival Society * Whistler Fisheries Stewardship Group * Whistler Gymnastics Club * The Whistler Forum for Leadership and Dialogue * Whistler Health Care Foundation * Whistler Healthcare Centre * Whistler Kidsport * Whistler Minor Baseball * Whistler Mountain Ski Club * Whistler Museum & Archives Society * Whistler Naturalists * Whistler Nordics * Whistler Off Road Cycling Association (WORCA) * Whistler Public Library * Whistler Rowing Club * Whistler Sailing Association * Whistler Search & Rescue * Whistler Seawolves Swimming Club * Whistler Secondary School * Whistler Skating Club * Whistler Valley Quilters Guild * Whistler Valley Snowboard Club * Whistler Waldorf School * Whistler Youth Centre * Whistler Youth Soccer Association & Whistler Community Services Society * Xit’olacw Community School * Zero Ceiling Society of Canada