BC Centre for Ability
The BC Centre for Ability ‘Opportunities Fund’ is a proud partner of WISE Employment. Semiahmoo House Society is thankful for their continued support to the enhancement of employment skills of people with disabilities.
Government of Canada
Semiahmoo House Society wants to thank the Government of Canada for funding the Ease Into Employment project. To give youth the opportunity to develop the skills and gain experience to successfully transition into the labor market.
Government of Canada
Semiahmoo House Society (SHS) is thankful for the funding provided by Employment and Social Development Canada, New Horizons for Seniors Programs, towards both the Lunch & Connect project
SHS is grateful to receive funding for the Surrey Intercultural Seniors Social Inclusion Partnership (SISSIP) project from the Employment and Social Development Canada, New Horizons for Seniors Programs.
Government of Canada and Province of British Columbia
Semiahmoo House Society, wants to thank the Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia for the funding provided by the ‘Community and Employer Partnership’ of the ‘Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction’ to run the Technical Training Certificate Program for youth and adults with diverse abilities.
Province of BC
Semiahmoo House Society is thankful for the investment from the Province of British Columbia, in generously providing our Rec & Leisure and Self-Advocates programs funding through the BC Gaming Grant.
Government of BC
Semiahmoo House Society (SHS) is elated to receive funding from the Government of British Columbia for the IMPACT Research project.
The Music Therapy program at Semiahmoo House Society is honoured to receive funding from the Music Heals Charitable Foundation.
Peace Arch Hospital Foundation
The Guidance Counselor Services During and Post Covid-19 Pandemic project is generously funded by a Peace Arch Hospital Foundation Healthy Community Grant.
Second Harvest – Food Rescue
Semiahmoo House Society (SHS) is delighted to receive funding from Second Harvest – Food Rescue through the FoodRescue.ca Emergency Fund.
The Community Inclusion and Belonging for Youth with Developmental Disabilities project is graciously funded by the Vancouver Foundation Develop Grant.
The Community Living Services at UNITI are thankful for the funding provided by Community Living British Columbia (CLBC).
The Acquired Brain Injury Services (ABIS) Day Program and Drop-In Programs are grateful for the funding provided by Fraser Health – Acquired Brain Injury Concussion Services.