Live at 5 – Whistler Friday Après

Live at 5 – Whistler Friday Après

Live at 5 – Whistler Friday Après

Whistler Live and Arts Whistler have teamed up for weekly locals live streaming apres for charity

Check in with Whistler Live to see what’s coming up next and stream live shows:


Watch these past live streams:

Spiritual Warriors

Spiritual Warriors

 

Stephen Vogler & Some Assembly Required

Stephen Vogler & Some Assembly Required

Live at 5 with The Railtown Prophets in Pemberton

The Railtown Prophets in support of the Pemberton Food Bank – donate online

Live at 5 with the Combat Dolphins

The Combat Dolphins in support of the Whistler Community Services Society / Food Bank – donate online

Combat Dolphins LIVE in the Garage

THIS IS THE LIVE STREAM!

Posted by The Combat Dolphins on Monday, March 23, 2020


About the charities & foundations:

Whistler Community Services Society / Whistler Food Bank 

Many community members in Whistler are facing immediate changes in their employment amid the COVID-19 virus measures to suspend and close several operations across the resort. As a result, the Whistler Community Services Society, which operates Whistler’s Food Bank, is preparing for an unprecedented demand from those experiencing sudden food insecurity. These donations are vital as the Whistler Food Bank does not receive funding from the government to operate. Monetary donations help the Food Bank to purchase whatever is most needed at a wholesale price. mywcss.org  Find out more and donate online

Sea to Sky Community Services / Pemberton Food Bank

When you donate to SSCS, you’re helping to strengthen and build healthier communities throughout the Sea to Sky Corridor. Your generous gift—no matter the amount—will support the more than 40 vital social services and programs we provide to thousands of children, youth, adults and seniors. you can choose for your donation to go where it’s needed most or to a specific case. sscs.ca  Find out more and donate online

Squamish Food Bank Society

Over the last few years there has been a steady increase in the number of food bank recipients. Over 25% of those are children. Our Squamish Seniors are also a part of a growing trend of new customers. As well as single and two-parent families who struggle with the increase in food and rental costs. The cost of living here is a big part of what brings people through our doors. Our demographic is wide, it also includes low-income working families and those on disability. Your donations can help provide food for those in our community who need support. A child who goes to school on a full belly will have a brighter future than if they go empty. Find out more and donate online

 

Whistler Blackcomb Foundation

“The Whistler Blackcomb Foundation has committed funding in support of Sea to Sky organizations during this time. Our community also needs your support – please give generously if you can and we will get through this together. Thank You From The Bottom Of Our Hearts! ❤”

The Whistler Blackcomb Foundation is matching donations up to $20,000 to local food banks. Find out more about their COVID-19 Initiatives.

While it bears the name of our leading corporate sponsor, the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation is a registered non-profit organization originally formed by Blackcomb Skiing Enterprises in 1992 to enhance the Mountain’s role as a supporter of the community. While the name changed to The Whistler Blackcomb Foundation in 1997 to reflect the merger of the two mountains, the Foundation’s goal has not. Through the corporate support of Whistler Blackcomb, Vail Resorts Epic Promise, TELUS and numerous businesses, volunteers, successful event fundraisers as well as donations from scores of individuals the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation plays a unique and significant role in supporting the communities of the Sea to Sky Corridor. whistlerblackcombfoundation.com

 

Whistler Community Foundation

“After careful review by the Emergency Fund Granting Committee, the Whistler Community Foundation has approved a $20,000 grant to the Whistler Community Services Society (WCSS). As a community, we have seen that WCSS has the capacity to pivot in unprecedented times to ensure vulnerable community members facing immediate changes in their employment be assured the most basic need – a meal.”

Whistler Community Foundation Emergency Fund grants $20,000 to Whistler Community Services Society and continues to build emergency funds for pressing community needs. Find out more about the emergency fund and Covid-19 response.

he Whistler Community Foundation is like the long-term savings account for the community. Our objective is to help donors give back to the community in a way that creates personal meaning for them and impact on the community. whistlerfoundation.com

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