We are thrilled to finally announce that we are donating $50,000 from the recent filming in downtown Fort Langley. The filming at Glover Road and Mary Avenue was quite the show!
Filming can be disruptive to some local residents and businesses that are not directly compensated. The feature film used a good portion of our Mary & Glover green space, and sections for the downtown too.
Filming definitely impacts our community. We want to thank everyone for their patience with the disruptions too. It's great, especially with the current situation, to be able to put some of this money back into our community. In the long run, it would be great to see community overall benefit from filming in our village. We want to be a part of seeing that happen.
- $25,000 to Keats Camp for kids throughout Langley to attend summer camp that likely would not otherwise be able to
- $10,000 to Inclusion Langley Childhodd Development Services
- $9,000 to the Townsgip of Langley for streetscape upgrades, hopefully two new picnic tables for the commercial core
- $3000 to local businesses for gift card giveaways
- $2,500 to support Langley Fine Arts Dry Grad
- $25,000 to send kids to Keats Camp
Over the coming months we will also be investing filming proceeds into restoring the greenspace, playground equipment, more pinic tables, and other improvements to come. We want to make the space even more awesome. Please bear with us through this process so we can all enjoy it once completed.
The Board of the Fort Langley Business Improvement Association (the “FLBIA”) is delighted to announce that the Eric Woodward Foundation (the “EWF”) will be assuming the management and coordination of the annual Fort Langley Cranberry Festival.
Today the super cool artists at A-Star Art Parlour from Aldergrove completed a mural on an exposed building in the heart of the village of Fort Langley.
With the ongoing restoration of the green space and removal of the derelict buildings at the corner of Glover Road and Mary Avenue, the south side of the building that hosts Coast Capital Savings become visually exposed. Public art has made addressed this.
Today, the Foundation has finally begun the process to remove four derelict buildings in the heart of Fort Langley at Glover Road and Mary Avenue.
The Foundation committed this week to donate $100,000 towards the construction of the new 15-Bed Hospice Residence for Langley.
The new residence will be located on 52nd Avenue at 219A Street in Langley. It will be a free standing Hospice Residence with its own kitchen and specialized bathing facilities, patient care and support services. It will also have a family kitchen and laundry, access to common areas. Each patient room will have its own outdoor patio, with access to a vibrant outdoor garden and courtyard designed for use by mobility devices.
The Foundation is thrilled to finally announce its commitment to donate $1,100,000 to the new Emergency Department expansion at Langley Memorial Hospital.
Langley’s Eric Woodward to transfer tens of millions in Fort Langley property holdings and development profits to charitable foundation.
Three Fort Langley pending mixed-used commercial development sites and existing holdings of Eric Woodward’s Statewood Properties Ltd. will be irrevocably transferred to the newly-formed Eric Woodward Foundation beginning in 2019. These holdings currently represent a combined value of approximately $55 million.