Community Grants + Bursaries

Healthy communities don’t just happen, they are built by caring people who want to make a difference. Join us in creating the healthiest community possible in White Rock and South Surrey. Peace Arch Hospital Foundation is committed to creating the healthiest community possible and offers granting programs to members of the White Rock and South Surrey area, employees of Peace Arch Hospital and Fraser Health, as well as a bursary for second year medical residents looking to complete their locum here in our community.


Open to the community of White Rock and South Surrey

The Healthy Community Grants program (formerly known as “Because People Matter Grants”) founded in 1999, was created to support Peace Arch Hospital Foundation's (PAHF) mission to raise awareness and enhance the health and wellness of our community. Since inception, more than 175 grants have been awarded, granting $2.8 million dollars. Applications are accepted twice a year and are reviewed and assessed by a committee comprised of representatives from Peach Arch Hospital Foundation, its Board of Directors and community members representing the City of White Rock and City of Surrey. This granting program assists the Foundation in creating the healthiest community possible by offering financial support to viable projects, programs, and initiatives that enhance the health and wellness for those living in the White Rock/South Surrey area.

 

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Peace Arch Hospital Campus and Community Staff Grants

Open to Peace Arch Hospital and Fraser Health Employees in the South Surrey/White Rock region

Peace Arch Hospital/ Fraser Health Community Grant (formerly Special Project Grant)

The Peace Arch Hospital and Fraser Health (PAH/FH) Community Grant (formerly the “Special Project” grant) aims to support employees of Peace Arch Hospital and Fraser Health located in the White Rock/South Surrey area to enhance patient care, or assist in funding equipment or renovations not normally funded by Fraser Health. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis, with those more than $5,000 being reviewed twice annually on pre-determined dates. Please review the intake periods closely.

PAH/FH Community Grant Application Form 2018PAH/FH Community Grant Application Form 2018 (277 KB)

11-Dec-2018

Staff Education Grant

PAHF Staff Education Grant aims to provide education development and innovative learning opportunities to Peace Arch Hospital or Fraser Health Community employees located in the White Rock/South Surrey area. Funding is available for professional development opportunities including conferences, seminars, and workshops. University courses including diplomas or degrees, and continuing education programs, are not eligible.

Staff Education Application GuidelinesStaff Education Application Guidelines (118 KB)

04-Jan-2019

Staff Education Grant Application FormStaff Education Grant Application Form (94 KB)

17-Sep-2015

Frank & Yvonne McCracken Foundation Endowment Fund

Open to Peace Arch Hospital Employees Only

This fund supports the continuing education (geriatric-related) of medical and clinical staff (ex. nurses taking a geriatric certification exam) and/or the development or improvement of innovative programs for the elderly. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. Find out more about the application guidelines and how to apply, or sign in to retrieve a partially completed application. 

Apply for McCracken Foundation Grant

Dr. Al Hogg Family Practice Legacy Fund

Open to second-year Family Practice residents attending a Canadian medical school

The Dr. Al Hogg Family Practice Legacy Fund provides an annual bursary to a second-year Family Practice resident attending a Canadian medical school. This bursary supports introduction of new physicians to our community. Applications for this bursary are accepted on an ongoing basis throughout the calendar year. Learn more about the application guidelines and how to apply, or sign in to retrieve a partially completed application.

Apply for Hogg Family Practice Fund Grant

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For more information on grant programs available, please contact Ashley McGuire at 604.535.4520 or PAH local 757871.

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