Community grants program
Our community grants program helps make a difference in the lives of British Columbians by supporting the road safety and injury recovery initiatives of community organizations.
We consider initiatives that:
- Make B.C.’s drivers and roads safer for all road users
- Help improve the safety of vulnerable road users including children, pedestrians and cyclists
- Help young people in B.C. become responsible drivers, or
- Provide resources to seniors to support them in moving to the next phase of their driving experience/career.
Injury recovery / disability support
We consider initiatives that will help our injured customers — and other British Columbians recovering from an injury or living with a disability — to live healthy, active and productive lives.
Applying for a community grant
To be eligible for grant funding, your initiative must:
- focus on (or enable ICBC’s promotion of) road safety or injury recovery / disability support
- target one or more B.C. communities
- be planned and delivered from an office in B.C.
- benefit a significant number of B.C. residents
(initiatives focused on a single school are not eligible).
The following are
not eligible for funding:
Submitting an application
The 2023 call for proposals has closed.
Details and a new application form will be posted in January each year and applicants will have approximately one month to submit a proposal.
firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about the Community Grants Program or would like to inquire about the availability of local road safety grants for a specific community.