WHITE ROCK, B.C. – Peace Arch Hospital Foundation (PAHF) has launched The Rapid Response Grant (RRG) Program to respond to the ever-changing needs of the White Rock and South Surrey community during times of uncertainty or crisis, providing quick financial assistance to those working diligently to aid our community.  

This grant is available to support local non-profit organizations, employees of Peace Arch Hospital, and Fraser Health staff working in the White Rock and South Surrey area. The Rapid Response Grant will provide urgently needed funding to support programs, services, and activities to assist in alleviating effects of events causing large-scale community impact, natural disasters, and pandemics such as COVID-19.  

“We are grateful that our Board was able to act very quickly to establish the Rapid Response Grant program,” said Stephanie Beck, Peace Arch Hospital Foundation’s Executive Director. “These critically-needed funds will make a huge difference for local organizations and their members who are in need at this very challenging time.” 

Applications are now being accepted and reviewed as received on an on-going basis. Funding is not available to supplement payroll, operating costs, or confirmed government emergency funding or for individuals. 

Please visit the Foundation’s website at pahfoundation.ca/rapidresponse for more information, guidelines and the online application.  


Looking to help us make a direct impact? You can make a donation towards our AREA OF GREATEST NEED for COVID-19 to assist Peace Arch Hospital during this time. If you have any questions or would like to speak to a member of our team, please send an email to info@pahfoundation.ca