In Memory Of Marguerite Alvarez

In Memory Of Marguerite Alvarez

Marguerite Alvarez (1928-2017) loved her home and community in Hills and had a deep appreciation for the Slocan Valley. Marguerite’s values are reflected in the Legacy Fund’s mission to build a healthy, resilient and vital community.

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Emergency Community Support Fund

The Slocan Valley Community Legacy Society is re-activating the Emergency Community Support Fund alongside Community Foundations of Canada  The COVID-19 pandemic has been an unpredictable and challenging time for many, with some communities...

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Volunteer Stories

We have all had to make adjustments over the past few months, but the Slocan Valley Community Legacy Society has still found ways to stay connected with our community, especially when it comes to recognizing volunteers. Although we couldn’t hold...

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All the love!

Valentine’s day might have been last week, but our community of donors and supporters has been showing ongoing love for the benefit of our wonderful community!  It took a while to get all the numbers from Giving Tuesday added up, but...

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Grant of $5,000 for Local Youth

Slocan Valley Community Legacy Society and RBC Foundation are providing a grant of $5,000 to support Slocan Valley Unity Mural. Through this support, as well as Telus Charitable Organization, youth artists from New Denver, Slocan and South Slocan...

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RBC Youth Challenge

Slocan Valley Community Legacy Society has partnered with RBC to empower our youth. With the support of RBC, we’re helping shift power into the hands of young people through the RBC Future Leaders Youth Challenge . Stay tuned to find out which...

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Dollars and Sense Day

We had a booth at Dollars and Sense Day on November 7th at WE Graham School, brought to you by Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy –Slocan Valley. At this event, information on everything from dental and vision subsidies, tax benefits, energy...

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