Our annual impact report for 2022-23
Our annual impact report for 2021-22
Research briefs: Our three impact areas
Our annual impact report for 2020-21
2020-21 annual impact report
Q̓ʷalayu House theory of change one-pager
Jeneece Place retrospective survey
Our annual impact reports: Digital archives
Governed by a volunteer board of directors and audited annually, Children’s Health Foundation of Vancouver Island’s funds are carefully allocated to programs, services, and initiatives that help Island families have access to the care they need. The Foundation does not receive government funding for its operations.
2019-20 annual impact report
2018-19 annual impact report
2017-18 annual impact report
Strategic plan March 2020 - December 2023
In February 2020, our team and board came together to develop a new strategic plan which lays out a comprehensive blueprint for the next three years to ensure all Island kids have access to the health care they need. Read our strategic plan for March 2020 – December 2023 below.
Queen Alexandra summer camp 2020
In 2019, Queen Alexandra Centre for Children’s Health (QA) paused the long-running operation of QA Summer Camp to engage Island Health staff, community partners and external stakeholders and parents of children who access the camp. Read more below on Queen Alexandra summer camp 2020.
Let's Talk CP & complex needs
In 2018, Children’s Health Foundation of Vancouver Island held a series of community meetings called ‘Let’s Talk CP & complex needs’ to better understand how the Foundation can play a role in supporting children and youth living with cerebral palsy (CP) across the Island, as well as children/youth in the Capital Regional District living with additional complex medical needs.
Support for this project was generously provided by two funds held at the Victoria Foundation; The Walter Thomas, Sarah & Leslie John Lavender Trust and the Emily Stoneham Fund.