Project Grant Elligibility
The intent of the BC Rehab Project Grant program is to create opportunities for the full participation of people with physical disabilities. BC Rehab is committed to equal opportunities and improving community accessibility throughout the province. We encourage projects that involve multiple community partners, promote universal access, has clearly defined objectives and demonstrate community support.
Our project grants are intended to support initiatives and projects designed to benefit people with disabilities. Some examples of organizations we have supported through our project grant program include the Disabled Independent Gardener Association’s urban gardening program, the Community Recreational Initiative Society’s Adaptive Adventures program and a supported housing development for brain injury survivors in Campbell River.
Next Application Deadline
- Thursday, November 10th, 2022 deadline with a December 16th decision.
- Friday, February 17th, 2023 deadline with a March 18h decision.
- Friday, May 12th, 2023 deadline with a June 17th decision.
- Friday, August 25th, 2023 deadline with a September 23rd decision.
- Friday, November 10th, 2023 deadline with a December 16th decision.
(All dates are subject to change)
Apply by Mail
Please mail your application to:
BC Rehab Foundation
4255 Laurel Street
Attention: Trynka Gogal, Client Services & Administrative Coordinator or e-mail your application to: email@example.com
Who can apply? Funds are available to non-profit organizations or community groups based in British Columbia. Please note that accessible playgrounds and expenditures for equipment, programming or work completed prior to the date of the application approval will not be eligible for funding under this program.
In general, eligible projects will:
- Be consistent with BC Rehab’s mission of supporting efforts to create inclusive communities in BC and expand opportunities for people living with disabilities
- Demonstrate the extent to which the project will create an sustainable and lasting impact
- Have a reasonable and thorough program budget that breaks down costs and revenue
- Establish a tangible timeline
- Have a capable project leader or team in place to see the project through from start to finish
- Set out measurable objectives to evaluation program success
- Prove that there is community support for the proposed undertaking and estimates the amount of people from the disability community who will benefits from the project
Please note if the project is part of a large capital campaign, an approved project must be a distinct and recognizable (“stand alone”) part of the campaign.
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