What’s our quality of life in Metro Vancouver? Where are we doing well? What needs improving? These are questions we can all relate to.The Vancouver Foundation’s Vital Signs for Metro Vancouver – a print and online report – was the perfect project for Signals. And the process of bringing the research and statistics to life turned out to be a truly collaborative experience – as well as a lot of fun! It seems that our friends at the Vancouver Foundation feel the same way about the project and the results. Check out what they have to say about Signals on their blog.
We’re happy to report that Leaf A Legacy is attracting lots of attention in the media these days.
Recently, Theresa Lalonde, CBC Vancouver Online and Interactive Reporter, visited the studio to talk about our unique fundraising site for the BC Cancer Foundation with Robyn and our BC Cancer Foundation client, Nick Locke, Vice President of Development. The interview aired on the October 15th local news and on CBC radio.
The increase in online giving is big news for charitable organizations like the Foundation, and we’re very proud to lead the way with Leaf A Legacy.
In just over a month, 52 new leaves have been added to the interactive tree, representing 52 direct donations to the BC Cancer Foundation.
In other news, a full page ad for Leaf A Legacy appeared in the October 16th edition of The Globe and Mail, sponsored by the newspaper.