Health Justice Society (Burnaby)
“I am a Person”: Accessible Participation in Mental Health Public Policy Project, $40,000
The Health Justice Society helps remove barriers for people with mental illness by encouraging community participation and the arts. By showcasing people with lived experience, this project supports creative and accessible ways to communicate mental health policy. The project will be led by Health Justice state field experience professionals and a group of Indigenous Peoples leaders.
Real Talk: Building a 2SLGBTQIA+ Community Project, $40,000
Kinsight works to increase access and reduce stigma for 2SLGBTQIA+ adults with cognitive impairment in Metro Vancouver.
Alliance for Equality of Blind Canadians – BC Affiliate (Kelowna)
Personal Response to Emergency Projects, $27,919
The Alliance for Equality of Blind Canadians helps blind, deaf-blind and partially sighted people throughout British Columbia confidently and safely respond to a variety of emergencies.
Sacred Wolf Friendship Center, in Port Hardy
Accessible Emergency Planning and Response Core Project, $40,000
The Sacred Wolf Friendship Center provides accessible rural emergency relief to people with disabilities through coordination of planning, preparedness, preparedness, response, education/training, and essential kits.
Powell River Educational Services Association
SOAR Social Network Pilot Project, $39,720
Powell River Educational Services Society is a safe and supportive community designed to foster friendships and supportive social connections among adults with lifelong developmental disabilities in small towns in the Sunshine Coast and Comox Valley region. Create and commission an innovative model for your online site. This model is intended to be adapted and relocated to BC and other rural communities in Canada.
BC Wildlife Federation (Surrey)
Phishing Forever Project, $28,782
The BC Wildlife Federation works with clubs across BC to facilitate one or multi-day community building events for people with disabilities and their caregivers. These events aim to be a fun and educational day outdoors, learning to fish with adaptive equipment while learning about the importance of protecting fish habitats.
Greater Vancouver Deaf Association (Surrey)
IBPOC Deaf Interpreter Training for BC Project, $40,000
The Greater Vancouver Association of the Deaf has developed a curriculum to provide training for Indigenous, Black, and Colored (IBPOC) deaf interpreters to promote these interpreters in British Columbia. alleviate the shortage.
Vancouver Community Arts Council
NeuroArts Collective Project, $37,000
Vancouver’s Community Arts Council encourages neurodivergent artists to take space in the neurotypical world and work collaboratively to dismantle invisible inequalities in the contemporary art space.
Italian Cultural Center (Vancouver)
Disabled Artist Exhibition Project, $39,879
The Italian Cultural Center collaborates with artists with disabilities to host art exhibitions and through a series of professional development workshops led by IBPOC and budding curators who are deaf and hard of hearing, IBPOC and curators with disabilities and arts and cultural workers. person.
Nidus Personal Planning Resource Center Association (Vancouver)
Learn, Access, and Plan with Visual Storytelling Projects, $40,000
The Nidus Personal Planning Resource Center Association makes information about legal personal planning rights and options in British Columbia more accessible through visual education and online video storytelling techniques.
WISH Drop-In Center Society (Vancouver)
Enhancing Women’s Involvement and Leadership and Gender Diverse Street-Based Sex Worker Projects, $40,000
The WISH Drop-In Center Society strengthens the engagement and leadership of women with disabilities and gender-diverse street-based sex workers in advocacy efforts within and outside WISH, thereby increasing the engagement and leadership of women with disabilities and gender-diverse street-based sex workers within and outside of WISH, thereby increasing organizational and multi-stakeholder engagement. Increase accessibility and deepen equity for persons with disabilities in initiatives.
Yarrow Intergenerational Society for Justice (Vancouver)
Intergenerational Chinatown Disability Advocacy Through Art Projects, $33,200
The Yarrow Intergenerational Society for Justice will host a series of advocacy and arts workshops by intergenerational Chinese disabled people.