What is a Community Foundation?

What is a Community Foundation?

A community foundation is a charitable organization created by and for a community of people. It is supported by local donors and governed by a board of private citizens who work toward the greater good of the citizens in the community.
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The Benefits of Giving.

There are many reasons why we give, and just as many benefits to both others and ourselves as a result.

  • Donating enriches people's lives
  • Provides support
  • Leave a memory
  • A contribution for the Future
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  • Canadian Tire | 2
  • The Prince George Citizen | 2
  • Concept Design | 2
  • Westcana Sign & Electric | 2
  • MNP LLP | 2

Recent Grants

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Prince George

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Prince George


Partnered with Blackburn Community Assoc. to benefit the Blackburn Remax All Wheels Adventure Park

Prince Geroge Regional Art Gallery Association - Two Rivers Gallery

Prince Geroge Regional Art Gallery Association - Two Rivers Gallery


Indigenous Ways of Learning

Alzheimer Society of BC

Alzheimer Society of BC


Prince George Dementia Support Team

Junior Achievement of BC (JABC)

Junior Achievement of BC (JABC)


Preparing Youth In Prince George with Personal Finance Skills

Community Arts Council

Community Arts Council


Prince George Teen Art Showcase

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Founded in 1995, the Prince George Community Foundation is an independent, volunteer-driven, charitable organization that brings together people who care about their community.

Do you enjoy making a difference in our community? Do you excel in processing financial information?


We are currently looking for a keen eye for detail, hardworking, and well-organized individual to join our team as a:


Part-Time (25 hours per week)

Reporting to the Office Manager, you will support the operations and activities of the Community Foundation through strong financial skills and record keeping, organizational skills, initiative, self-motivation, and effective communication.

In this role you will process: payroll remittance, work-safe, accounts payable, accounts receivable, grants, entering financial information into Community Suites software, write monthly financial reports for submission, bank deposits, track pledges and donations, communicate with and provide updates to fund holders, reconcile investment statements, report investment income and unrealized gains, ensure all regulatory and reporting requirements are met, produce and collate all fund holder information, ensure adequate cash flow for granting purposes, maintain databases and ensure accurate deposits, receipting and completion of GST/HST, Workplace BC and CRA, process monthly Treasurer’s report and budget position and work with the Auditor on the year-end reporting, including filing of T3010.

The ideal candidate will have a Diploma in Finance, Accounting, Business Administration or a Degree in Finance/Commerce, or a minimum of 3 years related experience with an emphasis on payroll, accounts payable and accounts receivable. Experience with financial reporting, intermediate skill level using Word and Excel, and experience with computerized accounting programs.  Knowledge of CRA rules and regulations.

Additional information about the Prince George Foundation can be found on our website. www.pgcf.ca

Please submit your resume and cover letter to: pgcf.careers@gmail.com

by Friday, February 01, 2019 to: 


The Prince George Community Foundation

Rae-Ann Noonan, Office Manager

770 Brunswick Street, Prince George, BC




Next Grant Application Deadline is

March 15 2019

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The Prince George Community Foundation provide the opportunity to make a lasting charitable donation to enhance our community – forever

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Visit us at the Coast Inn of the North - Lower Level
770 Brunswick Street
Prince George