BC Accessibility Grants Program
Organizations that have been rated through the Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility CertificationTM (RHFAC) program can
apply for funding of up to $20,000 to complete an accessibility improvement project through the BC Accessibilty Grants Program until
December of 2018.
Thanks to support from the Province of British Columbia, any non-profit or for-profit commercial, institutional, or multi-family
residential building within BC that has completed an RHFAC rating can apply for funding.
Check out our BC Accessibility Grants Program page for more details.
Access4All Barrier Buster Grants
Through the Rick Hansen Foundation Access4All Canada150 Signature Project, RHF granted $1.7 million dollars
to schools and community groups to help Canadians complete infrastructure improvement projects and awareness building events in their
communities for Canada’s 150th birthday. These Barrier Buster projects are helping remove physical barriers in schools and communities
spaces and create awareness about accessibility all across Canada.
See the full list of Barrier Buster Projects.
Quality of Life Grants
Since 2003, the Rick Hansen Foundation has provided accessibility solutions for people with disabilities in the form of Quality of
Life grants. Over 1,200 grants have supported accessible playgrounds, home modifications, adaptive devices, recreation programs,
exercise equipment, and therapy projects among others, which have provided greater independence and inclusion for thousands of people
living with disabilities.
Please note that the Quality of Life grant program is currently on hiatus. Updates on the status of the Quality of Life program will
be provided here as they become available.