We focus on making donations today that will have an impact for generations to come. We look for big projects with reputable partners so that we can protect the natural beauty and biodiversity of British Columbia.
We believe in the power of philanthropic partnerships. Through collaboration, we are able to articulate a shared vision and achieve outcomes that might otherwise be unattainable.
We have learned valuable lessons from our many business ventures and understand that through the law of attraction, we will attract like-minded people into our lives. We choose partners that have knowledge, capacity, and experience that complement our desired outcomes. We have developed a framework to guide our partnerships and ensure alignment of interests and values.
Each of our partners exemplify the values and priorities of the Wilson 5 Foundation.
The Nature Trust of British Columbia is dedicated to conserving BC’s biological diversity through securement and management of ecologically significant lands. It has been a leading non-profit land conservation organization since 1971 and has acquired more than 500 conservation properties in British Columbia representing 178,000 acres (72,000 hectares).Visit Website
BC Parks Foundation, the official charitable partner of BC Parks, is leading an expedition to create the best park system in the world. Its mission is to enhance and pass on the legacy of British Columbia's world-class provincial parks by catalyzing support and resources so that they flourish forever. Its primary role is to promote and support public interest, engagement and involvement in parks.Visit Website
The Loon Foundation is located near Pender Harbour on the beautiful Sunshine Coast of BC. It is focused on preserving and enhancing the unique biodiversity of the Sunshine Coast.Visit Website
The Vancouver Biennale is a non-profit charitable organization that exhibits great art in public space, creating a catalyst for learning, community engagement, dialogue, and social action.Visit Website
Established by the government of British Columbia in 1981, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, has five campuses located in the Metro Vancouver region of British Columbia. KPU offers bachelor's degrees, associate degrees, diplomas, certificates and citations in more than 120 programs for almost 20,000 students annually.Visit Website