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 through the process of giving up their driver’s licence.
We consider initiatives that support and promote
injury recovery and rehabilitation so that our customers who have been involved
in a motor vehicle crash have access to the information and programs that will
help them 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
- target one or more B.C. communities (activities outside the province are not eligible)
- 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 entities are
not eligible for funding:
Submitting an application
Details of the annual call for proposals, and a new application form, will be posted to this page in January of each year.
The January 2021 call for proposals has closed, for grants to be disbursed from April 2021 through March 2022.
Please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about the application process or would like to inquire about the availability of local road safety grants for a specific community.