The generosity of our funding partners allows us to carry out our initiatives and achieve our goals. We are very appreciative of their support.
Vancouver Foundation generously supports our Access RDSP project partnership including the Endowment 150 grant. Through this project we are able to provide supports and services around the RDSP and the DTC and spread awareness of this important savings tool.
BMO has been Plan Institute’s Exclusive Financial Services Sponsor since 2014, supporting our RDSP outreach work. We are very excited to be working with such a reputable Canadian financial institution and look forward to all that we will accomplish together in the near future.
For many years, the May and Stanley Smith Charitable Trust has generously supported several of our educational initiatives including our helpline, workshops, support for our affiliate partners, and more. We are grateful for their ongoing support.
Through our community partnerships we collaborate on projects and initiatives with the common goal of improving the lives of people with disabilities.
Disability Alliance BC (DABC) is an important partner within the Access RDSP partnership, providing the public with support around the Disability Tax Credit as well as doing RDSP outreach throughout BC. We are thrilled to be working with them.
Through the Access RDSP partnership, BC Aboriginal Network on Disability Society (BCANDS) is providing the essential component of doing outreach and providing RDSP support to Indigenous communities. Furthermore, we are working with BCANDS to adapt Safe and Secure: Seven Steps to a Good Life for People with Disabilities for the Indigenous community. We are very excited to be partnering with them on these initiatives.
Together with Prosper Canada we developed the RDSP Calculator which provides people with an easy way to try out various RDSP scenarios. We also created an online Future Planning Tool to help those living with disabilities and their families plan for the future! These initiatives would not have been possible without the support of Prosper Canada.
We work with Ability Tax and Trust Advisors on various initiatives around supporting RDSP uptake as well as supporting families to access the RDSP and Disability Tax Credit (DTC).