Thanks to your support, together we continue to improve the lives of people with disabilities by raising awareness of the importance of accessibility and inclusion and removing physical barriers. Here are some highlights of what we accomplished together in 2018/19.
RHF partnered with the Angus Reid Institute to conduct public opinion research amongst 1,800 Canadians. Key findings include:
Accessibility in Motion
Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility Certification (RHFAC) gained momentum last year, and continues to provide ratings for organizations looking to understand and improve their building’s physical accessibility.
Awareness in Motion
To create real change, it is vital to communicate the importance of improved access and inclusion and rally the support of Canadians.
Youth in Motion
Educating youth through the Rick Hansen Foundation School Program (RHFSP) helps inspire the next generation of accessibility champions.
SCI Research in Motion
Through RHF, you help support the innovative efforts of the Rick Hansen Institute (RHI), which is dedicated to advancing Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) research, cure, and care. Over the years, RHI has contributed to: