We are pleased to announce the recipients of our Spring 2017 Grant Cycle


Brigadoon Village Children’s Camp Society

In-Hospital Programs: Provides camp-like recreational programming to children who are receiving treatment in the hospital and their siblings.


Cerebral Palsy Association of BC

Dance Without Limits Program: Allows children with cerebral palsy and other disabilities engage in an adapted active leisure program to develop their physical, social, and psychological functioning.


Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada, BC/Yukon Region

Navigating Childhood Blood Cancer Services in British Columbia: Supports families affected by childhood cancer to find educational and support programs within the province through a comprehensive resource guide.


Children’s Organ Transplant Society  

Last Resort Funding Program: Assists families of childhood transplant recipients with various costs not covered by insurance or other support agencies such as medicines, parking, food, transport, and medically-related travel costs.


Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Canada

Youth Ambassador Program: Enables youth with diabetes to access peer support programs to help young people improve their diabetes management and overall wellbeing.


We are pleased to announce the recipient of our Fall 2013 Grant Cycle


BC Women’s Hospital’s Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

Books for Babies: Provides premature babies and toddlers at high risk of learning disabilities with books and parental education to assist in developing their learning and language skills.


We are pleased to announce the recipient of our Spring 2013 Grant Cycle


Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Support Programs

Candlelighters Courage Beads: Gives young cancer patients an opportunity to tell their story of courage using colourful beads as significant and meaningful symbols of the various challenges that they have to undergo during treatment.


Cerebral Palsy Association of BC

Yoga Therapy Program: Enables youth living with cerebral palsy to engage in physical activity to get active, improve flexibility, reduce anxiety and improve quality of life.


Cystic Fibrosis Canada

Outreach Clinic Grant: Allows doctors, nurses and other multidisciplinary staff to travel and hold outreach clinics to provide specialized care to cystic fibrosis patients living in remote areas of BC.


Easter Seals BC & Yukon

Easter Seals Camps: Provides BC children with disabilities the chance to discover their individual abilities and participate in activities commonly found at camps for able-bodied children through one-week camp sessions.


Make-A-Wish Foundation of Canada

Rush Wish Program: Grants wishes to children across Canada battling life-threatening medical conditions on an urgent basis to those who may not have much time.


For application information please click here.

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