The Panorama Foundation
Panorama Mountain Resort formed the Panorama Foundation in 1998. Senior staff members decided to incorporate the Foundation and begin fundraising so that worthy organizations from the Columbia and Windermere Valley could look to Panorama as a leader in community development and successfully apply for grants to further develop their important programs and initiatives.
Today, the Panorama Foundation is creating new fundraising efforts to support larger, more everlasting community projects that are enhancing the valley. While our focus is on enhancing the quality of life for our current residents and our natural resources, we are also focusing on the future – leaving a legacy in the Purcell Mountains for generations to come.
The Panorama Foundation is about supporting initiated community projects providing cultural, environmental and social benefits to the Columbia and Windermere Valley. Creating a better today so that the people and the environment are served, sustained and protected for tomorrow.
The Panorama Foundation is committed to dedicating human and financial resources to charitable efforts and organizations that associate directly with the betterment of the Columbia and Windermere Valley.
The Panorama Foundation will fulfill its mission by providing financial support to local organizations and programs devoted to environment preservation and protection, human services, health and education, family, children and youth support services, sport and recreation, and arts and culture.
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How is The Panorama Foundation funded?
There are two main contributing sources of funds the Panorama Foundation receives. The Panorama Founder’s Pass Program and the Greywolf Cliffhanger Shootout event.
How The Panorama Foundation helps?
Learn about the recent projects that The Panorama Foundation has funded, aided or supported.
How to apply for Panorama Foundation funding?
The Panorama Foundation provides support to qualified recipients under the Canada Income Tax Act. To qualify it must be an initiated community project.