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More General Funding
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Also: Download our funding guide, an easy to navigate and extensive collection of funding opportunities:
Community foundations fund local projects, activities, and needs
An extensive collection of local, provincial, and national funding opportunities
Provides funds to individuals with physical disabilities. A wide range of requests are considered, including assistive equipment, program and therapy fees, and more.
Provides disability benefits to people who have contributed to the CPP and who are disabled and cannot work regularly. Benefits are also available to dependent children.
The BC government and Disability Alliance provide funding each year for projects that enhance community accessibility
An inventory of emergency food assets available throughout northern BC. Food hampers and boxes, food delivery services, take-out meals, as well as other supports.
A $150 grant to help get your Registered Disability Savings Plan started
Provides information about supplements that are available through the BC Employment and Assistance (BCEA) Program to assist with specified needs and circumstances, including for people with disabilities
Helps disabled persons and their families manage the individualized funding process
Freemasons fund many causes, including supporting persons with disabilities
Low-income persons may qualify to receive no cost food from a local food bank. Find one near you.
Kinsmen serve their community’s greatest needs. Sponsorship from Kinsmen's clubs have, for example, enabled disabled kids to attend accessible summer camps.
An overview of medical services and supplements you may still be eligible for even after leaving disability assistance
Lions Clubs are strong supporters of people with disabilities. For example, many young persons with disabilities have been able to attend Easter Seals Camps with the funding support of their local Lions Club.
Loyal Protestant Association
Providing support to community members of all abilities for over a century. You can reach them at 604-521-2244.
A monthly payment you can get if you are 65 and older. You may also be eligible for the Guaranteed Income Supplement.
Income assistance and supplements to recipients who have long-term barriers to employment that are not expected to be overcome in the short term
Rotary Clubs serve communities locally and abroad, and successful applications have been made to cover programs fees for young persons with disabilities. Inquire with a club in your area about funding opportunities.
The Salvation Army provides subsidies and various supports to persons in financial need. Get in touch with a location near you.
Provides free tax-filing support to people receiving Persons with Disabilities benefits, and people receiving Persons with Persistent Multiple Barriers to Employment benefits.
Find a free tax clinic nearby to help with your taxes
Helps people with disabilities, and their caregivers, get the maximum tax refund they are entitled to
Vela provides support in planning and managing the individualized funding process. There is no charge for Vela's services in BC.
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