The North Shore COVID-19 Response Grant was for local charitable organizations serving those disproportionately affected on the North Shore by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Grant Program is now closed.
This program issued 37 grants for $145k. In addition to urgent and emergency programs, the grant program also covered recovery, rebuilding and program modification, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Please note that this grant was funded by the North Shore COVID-19 Response Fund .
GRANT RECIPIENTS :
West Vancouver Senior’s Activity Centre – Multiple food security programs for seniors
Harvest Project – Food security/grocery program
BC Crisis Centre – COVID Emergency Response program
Enhance West Van – Food security/grocery programs for families
BC SPCA – COVID Emergency Response program
Silver Harbour Seniors’ Activity Centre – Food security program for seniors
North Shore Community Resources – Responsive Better at Home Program
Hollyburn Family Services – Women Fleeing Violence Program
North Shore Women’s Centre – COVID response for low income/homeless women/families
CNIB – Phone Mate Program for almost 600 North Shore vision impaired residents
JDRF – Increased outreach to those with Type 1 diabetes, during the pandemic
House of Omeed. Food basket program for newcomers and refugees
North Shore Restorative Justice Society – Virtual & Restart Restorative Justice for Youth and Families program
Avalon Women’s Centre – Re-Opening COVID-19 Safety program.
North Shore Community Resources – Farsi Assistance with Food Security and Better at Home Services
Lionsview Seniors Planning Society – Seniors Organizational Emergency Response to the COVID-19 crisis: Seniors Working Group
Sharing Abundance Association – Re-opening meal ‘to go’ program
Canadian Mental Health Association North & West Vancouver – Homeless Outreach during COVID-19
North Shore Stroke Recovery Centre – Exercise Equipment & Winter Blues Care Packages, due to COVID-19
North Shore Women’s Centre – COVID-19 Tech Support Response