What’s New: Phoenix Foundation Vital Signs Survey 2019

The survey is open to all Boundary residents, and closes mid-September 2019.

Phoenix Foundation launches new Vital Signs survey on quality of life in the Boundary Region

Grand Forks, BC June 24th 2019 – A new community survey released today by Phoenix Foundation encourages residents of all ages in the Boundary Communities to share their feedback.

The Vital Signs survey, created as part of a national program led by Community Foundations of Canada, provides a comprehensive, reader-friendly, easy to complete survey with the aim to look at how Boundary communities are faring in key quality of life areas.

The Boundary Communities includes; Christina Lake, Grand Forks, Rural Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Rock Creek, Westbridge, Bridesville and Beaverdell.

The goal of the survey is to present a snapshot of Boundary communities’ vitality and well-being. The final report brings together local data and knowledge on a wide range of interconnected topics from health and housing to education and the environment.  This will provide valuable information which the Phoenix Foundation can then use in determining their priorities.

“The Phoenix Foundation is asking residents of all ages to give us a few minutes by sharing insights on life in the Boundary. We want to find out what is important to you”, says Gary Smith, Phoenix Foundation President.

Phoenix Foundation of the Boundary Communities: Supporting your vision for a happier, healthier Boundary.


For media inquires:  Gary Smith, President: Phoenix Foundation 250-443-1256