Financial Information

Total Assets: $613,902

Total Giving: $900,316

Area of Service:

British Columbia

Areas of Interest:

Not Available




The following grants were reported in 2008:
$100,000 to British Columbia Lions Society For Children With Disabilities, Vancouver, BC. For Health, payable over 1year.
$30,000 to Habitat For Humanity Society Of Greater Vancouver. For Community Development, payable over 1 year.
$29,841 to British Columbia’s Children’s Hospital Foundation, 4480 Oak St Vancouver. For Social & Human Services, payable over 1 year.
$17,513 to British Columbia Cancer Foundation. For Health, payable over 1 year.
$17,100 to Covenant House Vancouver. For Social & Human Services, payable over 1 year.
$15,268 to Heart And Stroke Foundation Of British Columbia And YGBon, BC. For Health, payable over 1 year.
$14,080 to Alzheimer Society Of British Columbia. For Health, payable over 1 year.
$12,110 to Canadian Diabetes Association-Association Canadienne Du Diabete, 1400-522 University Ave Toron. For Health, payable over 1 year.
$12,020 to Catholic Independent Schools Diocese Of Victoria. For Religion, payable over 1 year.


Applications accepted.


The foundation supports Health, Social Service.


Type of Grant maker: Public foundation
Established in January, 1967 in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Quick Facts Sheet


Located in:

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada,

British Columbia


Contact Information / Process

Phone: (604) 623-3534

Email: [email protected]

15th Floor-333 Dunsmuir St.
Vancouver, British Columbia V6R5R3

Guidelines must be obtained prior to submitting a request. Application forms for both the Community Growth Fund and the Special Projects Fund are available on the fund’s website. There is no application process for the Relationship Fund as recipients are pre-selected by the HYDRECS Committee.

Applications must be sent in by mail as only hardcopy submissions are accepted. Provincial requests should be sent to the Vancouver office while regional applications must be sent to the nearest regional office, contact information for these offices are available from the fund’s website.
Please note the following funding restrictions:
Programs that receive Special Project funding must be based in British Columbia. They must also be accessible to all residents in the province or the specific region in question.
Agencies may apply for the provincial project and a regional project in the same year. Please submit separate applications for each initiative.
A charity that has received Special Project funding from HYDRECS must wait five years before applying again in the Special Project category.
An agency that has received Community Growth funding from HYDRECS must wait two years before applying again for funds from this category.
The Special Project Fund deadline is March 15th of every year.
The Community Growth Fund deadline is May 15th of each year.

Donors & Leadership

Not Available