Partners



PICA’s Conservation Partners 2013- 2014

Islands Trust Fund www.islandstrustfund.bc.ca/ 
ITF is a major funding contributor and has been asked to be a co-covenant holder on Phase III of Brooks Point Regional Park.

Habitat Acquisition Trust www.hat.bc.ca/ 
HAT is a major funding contributor and has been asked to be a co-covenant holder on Phase III of Brooks Point Regional Park.

Poets Cove Resort www.poetscove.com/ 
Poets Cove Resort on South Pender Island is a major funding contributor through their Chocolate Lily accommodation package to support the acquisition of Phase III.

Greenangels Woodchoppers www.greenangels.com/chopping-for-charity/ 
Greenangels is a major funding contributor in support of the acquisition of Phase III of Brooks Point Regional Park.

The Land Conservancy of BC www.conservancybc.ca 
TLC was instrumental in the acquisition of Phase II and has supported Phase III Brooks Point acquisition by partnering with the CRD to pay the interest on the acquisition loan to December 31, 2014.

The Nature Conservancy of Canada www.natureconservancy.ca/en/where-we-work/british-columbia/stories/brooks-point.html 
NCC was a major contributor to the acquisition of Phase I of Brooks Point and is co-covenant holder of Phase I with ITF.

London Drugs www.londondrugs.com/ 
London Drugs has consistently supported Brooks Point fundraising with printing services, office supplies, and donations.

Purdys Chocolates www.purdys.com 
Purdys Chocolates has supported Brooks Point acquisition by creating a special “chocolate lily bar” for fundraising purposes.

Sea Star Estate Farm and Vineyards  www.facebook.com/SeaStarEstateFarmAndVineyards  
Sea Star Estate Farm and Vineyards is a funding contributor.

Environment Canada Habitat Stewardship Program for Species at Risk   http://www.ec.gc.ca/financement-funding/default.asp?lang=En&n=923047A0-1#hsp 
The Habitat Stewardship Fund of Environment Canada is a major funding contributor.


Brooks  Point  Legacy

Allan Cecil Brooks - In 1996 the late Allan Brooks agreed to donate one of the three lots that are now known as Brooks Point if the community could raise the remaining $540,000.  Allan’s generosity and his commitment to preserve the land leaves a lasting legacy for future generations.

Sylvia Pincott -  In December 2010 PICA’s President, Sylvia launched PICA’s Brooks Point campaign to raise $150,000, and worked tirelessly to bring the vision of a completed Regional Park to fruition.

The Pender Angel - In 2011 an anonymous individual offered to match all donations up to $50,000.  That offer sparked PICA’s campaign and by September 2011 the Pender community had matched the $50,000 fund and raised a total of $120,000, thanks in large part to the Pender Angel.

Ursula Poepel - Ursula has served as the treasurer for the Brooks Point campaign and has meticulously managed the donations and charitable receipts.  Ursula also provided a generous donation to complete the $150,000 goal in 2012.

John and Dorothy Henshaw - In October 2013 PICA received an anonymous donation as a legacy to the Henshaws.  John and Dorothy were mainstays of the South Pender community who made many lasting contributions to Pender.

Leo Hamson - Also in October 2013 we received a legacy gift from Ruth Hamson to honour the memory of her late husband.  Leo was a lifelong conservationist who recognized and appreciated the importance of protecting special places for future generations.


Brooks Point - For Future Generations video
CBC4Kids Brooks Point Photos
Acquisition Phases
Visitors
Ecology

A special THANK YOU to our conservation partners
for helping make Brooks Point Regional Park a reality