UNITI is grateful for the funding to provide community services. On this page, you will find our current grants and program funders.

Time-Sensitive Funding:

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 BC

Semiahmoo House Society is thankful for the investment from the Province of British Columbia, in generously providing our Rec & Leisure program, Self Advocacy programs, and Mental Health and Wellness Services 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.

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Government of Canada

The SHS Culinary Arts Program, in partnership with PICS and Western Community College, is grateful for the funding provided by the Government of Canada to support he ‘Food Service Assistant Certificate Project For Persons with Disabilities’ project.

Music Heals

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.

Sage Foundation

The Sage Foundation, “supports tens of thousands of people in our local communities through more than 1,000 charities”. The Sage Foundation “takes action to increase opportunities for fulfilment among young people, women, and military veterans to drive innovation, enhancing access to education, workforce development and exposure to entrepreneurship.”

Ongoing Funding:

CLBC

The Community Living Services at UNITI are thankful for the funding provided by Community Living British Columbia (CLBC).

Fraser Health

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.