British Columbia


Regional Partner Programs

SOS Children’s Village of British Columbia

The Ted Rogers Community Grant helps provide children in foster care with a family-like atmosphere that keeps siblings together, a consistent home with subsidized rent, and a community of professional support staff create a circle of healing, hope, and belonging for children in need.

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The Ted Rogers Community Grant is helping to provide a safer space for LGBTQ/2S people and their allies to fully self-express while feeling welcome and included.

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Yo Bro Yo Girl Youth Initiative

The Ted Rogers Community Grant helps to cultivate resiliency in at-risk youth and empower them with the tools to avoid the perils of drug use, gang affiliation, crime and violence.

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Connections Community Services Society

The Ted Rogers Community Grant will help support programs in Richmond, B.C., such as homework clubs, spring and summer camps, volunteer opportunities, leadership training, community improvement projects, recreational activities, evening and weekend programs, outreach programs and services, school based support, employability programs, cultural supports and special events.

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Pacific Community Resource Society

The Ted Rogers Community Grant helps to provide children and youth involved in the child welfare system with the personalized educational supports such as school supplies (ie. books, backpacks, clothing, uniforms and equipment). Students were more excited to attend school, more motivated to succeed and much more able to focus on their studies since their basic school needs were met.

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Abbotsford Youth Commission

The Ted Rogers Community Grant will support The LEAD Project, which provides leadership training and the opportunity for youth to engage in a community development projects and event planning. It recognizes the need for and the capacity of youth leaders to play a key role in positive community change.

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REACH Program

The Ted Rogers Community Grant will support students at risk of dropping out of school to provide them with employment training, work experience and job seeking and preparation skills. The REACH Program that provides employment training to more than 150 youth in Surrey.

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John Howard Society of Victoria

The Ted Rogers Community Grant will help support the KidStart program, which is a volunteer mentoring program for vulnerable children and youth aged 6-18, who are vulnerable to, and/or experiencing crime, addiction, abuse and family crisis. Young people are matched with adult volunteers who act as positive role models and help them build self-esteem through positive achievement.

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Friends of Simon, SFU

The Ted Rogers Community Grant will help increase school success through after-school, Saturday, and summer programs in small group and individualized settings.

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