Community grants program
Our community grants program helps make a difference in the lives of British Columbians by supporting the road safety and injury recovery initiatives of community organizations.
We consider initiatives that:
Make B.C.’s drivers and roads safer for all road users
Help improve the safety of vulnerable road users including children, pedestrians and cyclists
Help young people in B.C. become responsible drivers, or
Provide resources to seniors to support them in moving to the next phase of their driving experience/career.
Injury recovery / disability support
We consider initiatives that will help our injured customers — and other British Columbians recovering from an injury or living with a disability — to live healthy, active and productive lives.
Applying for a community grant
To be eligible for grant funding, your initiative must:
focus on (or enable ICBC’s promotion of) road safety or injury recovery / disability support
target one or more B.C. communities
be planned and delivered from an office in B.C.
benefit a significant number of B.C. residents (initiatives focused on a single school are not eligible).
The following are not eligible for funding:
Initiatives outside of B.C.
Dry grads - We encourage you to contact firstname.lastname@example.org to access road safety resources or to talk to an ICBC Road Safety & Community Coordinator.
In-vehicle driver training for individual drivers
Religious or political organizations
Lobbyists or special interest groups
Submitting an application
The 2023 call for proposals has closed.
Details and a new application form will be posted in January each year and applicants will have approximately one month to submit a proposal.
Please contact email@example.com if you have questions about the Community Grants Program or would like to inquire about the availability of local road safety grants for a specific community.