REAL ESTATE FOUNDATION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

Financial Information

Total Assets: $0

Total Giving: $0

Area of Service:

British Columbia

Areas of Interest:

Not Available

Programs

None

Grants

The following grants were reported in 2008:
$400,000 to Central City Foundation, Vancouver, BC. For Miscellaneous Philanthropy, payable over 1 year.
$375,000 to Fraser Basin Council, Vancouver, BC. For Miscellaneous Philanthropy, payable over 1 year.
$300,000 to Marguerite Dixon Transition Society, Burnaby, BC. For Social & Human Services, payable over 1 year.
$250,000 to Canadian Mental Health Association, Mid Island Branch, Nanaimo, BC. For Health, payable over 1 year.
$250,000 to Fraserside Community Services Society, New Westminster, BC. For Community Development, payable over 1 year.
$250,000 to Prince George Hospice Society, Prince George, BC. For Health, payable over 1 year.
$250,000 to YWCA Of Vancouver, Vancouver, BC. For Social & Human Services, payable over 1 year.
$240,000 to British Columbia Real Estate Association, Vancouver, BC. For Miscellaneous Philanthropy, payable over 1 year.
$230,000 to Delta Hospice Society, Delta, BC. For Health, payable over 1 year.
$175,000 to Canadian Mental Health Association For The Kootenays, Cranbrook, BC. For Health, payable over 1 year.

Limitations

Applications accepted.

Summary

The foundation supports Conservation, Education, Housing & Shelter, Land Use, Professional Development, Real Estate.

Additional

Type of Grantmaker: Public foundation
Established in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Quick Facts Sheet
URL:

http://www.realestatefoundation.com/

Located in:

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada,

British Columbia

Canada

Contact Information / Process

Phone: (604) 688-6800

Email: [email protected]

Address:
355 Burrard Street Suite 570
Vancouver, British Columbia, V6C2G8

Procedure:
The foundation rarely agrees to be the sole funder of an organization, and as such requests that the organization ensures that there is at least one other source of funding.
Guidelines must be reviewed prior to submitting a request. A Letter of Inquiry (maximum three pages) must be submitted and approved prior to submitting an application. The letter should include the following information:
A brief description of your organization
Problem or issue your project will address
A description of the activities your organization plans to undertake
Purpose of the Real Estate Foundation of British Columbia that the project will address (i.e. public education, professional education, research, law reform, good works)
Relationship of project to real estate or land use
Project start and finish dates
Project budget
Amount requested
The foundation receives letters of inquiry throughout the year, but organizations are encouraged to apply early – especially if the project is time-sensitive.
An application form for the Grant Application is available on the foundation’s website. Please submit one hard copy and one email version of the application form.
The Foundation responds to letters of inquiry quarterly and receives letters on an ongoing basis. Please visit the foundation website regularly as exact deadline dates will be posted as they become available.

Donors & Leadership

Directors:
Barry Brown John
Theresa Eichler
Jack Hall
Charles Northrup
Calvin Ross
Pauline Gomez
Tim Pringle

EIN:

900000022