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Community Grants

​​​VGH ACTION Mini-Grants  ​

Vancouver General Hospital (VGH) Trauma Services and VCH Community Investments are excited to announce the 2023-2024​ ACTION Mini-Grants – a funding opportunity for innovative community-driven projects, partnerships and initiatives that promote the prevention of injuries in the Vancouver Coastal Health region. ACTION Mini-Grants range from $500 to $2,500 in value.

ACTION Mini-Grants are available to non-for-profit organizations, local governments and Indigenous communities for projects, partnerships and initiatives that serve residents in all or parts of the Vancouver Coastal Health region (Vancouver, Richmond, North Shore, Sunshine Coast, Powell R​iver, Sea-to-Sky, Bella Coola Valley and/or Central Coast). Priority is g​​iven to initiatives that address at least one of the following BC Injury Prevention Committee priority areas:

  • Transportation-related Injuries (young drivers, pedestrians, cyclists, motor vehicle occupants)​ 
  • Seniors Falls
  • Youth Suicide and Self Harm

​Application deadline is October 31, 2023 at 5:00 p.m. 

Please submit all applications by e-mail to

​​​​​​​​British Columbia Vision Zero in Road Safety Grant Program 

The British Columbia Vision Zero in Road Safety for Vulnerable Road Users Program (Vision​ Zero in Road Safety Program) provides grant funding to support local governments, Indigenous community governments and non-government organizations to advance evidence-informed road safety improvements that will result in a reduction in the number and severity vulnerable road user injuries.

This program aims to generate immediate and long-term injury reduction benefits for vulnerable road users in underserved communities, Indigenous communities, and small and remote communities. It also helps to advance the implementation of innovative, technology-driven, proven and low-cost countermeasures. 

Stay tuned for updates regarding the 2023-2024 Vision Zero in Road Safety Grant Program, opening Fall 2023.