How Do I Donate?
Every gift to the Prince George Community Foundation is important, regardless of size. Every gift helps enhance the services and opportunities in our community. The Foundation is grateful to receive continuing support from individuals, families, organizations, foundations, businesses and corporations.
The Prince George Community Foundation gratefully accepts the following types of gifts:
Your friends, neighbours, business associates and acquaintances are involved and support the Prince George Community Foundation for many reasons. Some have contributed to the foundation to establish a named endowment to honour their family or business . . . and to show their commitment to our community.
Others have contributed to the Foundation in memory of a special person or event in their life. The donation and endowed fund in their name will act as a legacy of their contribution to our community.
We would be pleased to discuss various options with you regarding a contribution to the Foundation. Opportunities exist for you to designate your gifts to benefit specific projects, organizations or areas of the community for which you have particular interests.Donate Now!
The Prince George Community Foundation supports Prince George, through the building of permanent endowment funds donated by generous donors. These endowment funds provide ongoing income to support grants to charities to meet the changing needs of our communities. The Prince George Community Foundation is an independent, volunteer driven charitable foundation established in 1995.
The Office Coordinator position is 20 hours a week, to start with the opportunity to increase hours as required. This position will support the operations and activities of the Community Foundation through strong organization and planning, effective communication, an ability to maximize the use of technology, and the development of an understanding of the role of a community foundation.
Duties and Responsibilities
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Office Coordinator is responsible for assisting with a range of interesting activities:
Knowledge and Skills Required
Relevant post-secondary education and a suitable combination of education and experience
The work requires very strong planning and organizational skills.
Constant attention to detail is very important: Accuracy needs be achieved (spelling, grammar, and numbers) through editing and proof reading.
Excellent interpersonal skills are required to deal effectively with board members, foundation supporters, community organizations, and the general public.
The ability to communicate and collaborate in a positive, team work environment with other staff members, the Executive Director, and the volunteer Board of Directors, is very important.
The ability to communicate information in a clearly written text is important.
An intuitive facility with today’s Internet based technology is useful.
A thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office applications is essential.
September 5, 2017