Community Resources

As part of our mission, the SCF is committed to building and enhancing community knowledge, engagement, and leadership.

Here we list community resources including Vital Signs reports, volunteer opportunities, community project reports, and more.

Contact us if you have a resource that you’d like us to share.

Vital Signs

What is Vital Signs?

Vital Signs is Canada’s most extensive community-driven data program. Spearheaded by Community Foundations of Canada, the Squamish Community Foundation produces Vital Signs reports every three years and hosts a series of “Vital Conversations” throughout the year.

Vital Signs uses local knowledge to measure the vitality of a community and support action towards improving collective quality of life. Local data gathered through the program is used to support evidence-based, locally-relevant solutions to improve the quality of life at the community level. Vital Signs aims to inspire civic engagement, to provide focus for public debate, and to help a range of actors take action where they will have the greatest impact.

Squamish Vital Signs Reports

The 2023 Squamish Vital Signs report is now available. The SCF would like to thank the Vital Signs Steering Committee and volunteers, the community members who provided valuable insight, and our sponsors: Squamish Savings, Squamish Insurance, and Leith Wheeler Investment Counsel Ltd.

2023 Vital Signs ReportData & Sources: 2023 Vital Signs

Previous Squamish Vital Signs Reports:

Sea-to-Sky and National Vital Signs Reports:


Squamish Community Foundation Impact Reports:

Organization Links

BC Children’s Hospital Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre.

Sea to Sky Community Services Infant Development Program.

BC Parks Foundation Sparks Fund.

Sea to Sky Legacy Fund.

Volunteer in Squamish

Visit to find local volunteer opportunities in our community.

Canadian Red Cross BC & Yukon: Emergency Management Volunteers Needed. Did you know the Red Cross responds to a disaster every three hours? Whether it is large-scale flooding or wildfires or a house fire affecting a single person, RedCross volunteers provide much needed comfort and access to personal hygiene items, clothing, and accommodations. Apply to volunteer.