About the Mission Community FoundationThe Mission Community Foundation is a non-profit charitable organization, which collects funds from donors and invests these funds, using the income for the benefit of the citizens of the Mission area, in the fields of education, recreation, culture, and the humanities. Learn More
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The Mission Community Foundation is an incorporated, non-profit society guided by a local independent Board of Directors. The Foundation holds and administers private resources entrusted to it for the common good of the community of Mission. The Foundation is non-political and non-partisan and is a registered charity under the Canadian Income Tax Act.
People who give to the Mission Foundation care deeply about their community and their city. The Foundation respects and understands this level of care. Its Board of Directors accepts gifts and bequests in confidence and professionally manages them so the earnings on the ever growing, invested capital work in perpetuity for the betterment of Mission. The Mission Foundation embodies a simple concept People working together can make a difference for Mission! The Foundation’s Board of Directors believes that charitable funds, invested over time will grow and will continue to impact long after the original gift is made.
Latest News from the Mission Community Foundation
Jack Cannon was an independent trucker who hauled turf and sod until he was hired by the District of Mission to be a heavy equipment operator, a position he held for 18 years. In 2001 Jacks wife Sherry started this fund as a way to memorialize a man she loved dearly...read more
When an awards recipient gives back, it’s a special moment; when he does it the same year he received it, it's extra special. That’s what happened in 2000 when Daniel Yum decided to give back to the community he grew up in. Daniel and his family moved to Canada when...read more
Families give us our values, history, purpose, and support. When benefactors start a memorial fund and share their family history with us it gives us an understanding of what they are trying to achieve and the person/people they are memorializing. The Finch Memorial...read more
Elizabeth Stevens was born July 1, 1908 in Sumas Prairie; she was one of eight children. She was schooled in Abbotsford and graduated from Sheffield High. Elizabeth wanted to pursue a career in nursing but the funding was not available. Instead, she went to work in...read more
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