Camp Subsidy Information

We know that our families face many additional financial costs for children with invisible disabilities and that this can make it very difficult to send a child to Eureka Outdoor Camp. Every year, we raise funds that are applied directly to camper fees so that campers who would otherwise not be able to participate are able to do so.

The Eureka Camp subsidy fund is made possible because of our generous and caring sponsors and donors. Please complete our subsidy application and send it to the office.

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Our Camper Subsidy Sponsors

We are dedicated to promoting the health and welfare of physically, mentally challenged and disadvantaged children in BC communities. Throughout the years the fund has granted over 30 million dollars to over 200,000 special needs and vulnerable children, their families and the organizations working on their behalf. For over 65 years we have been able to assist children to gain independence and confidence through your generosity.

Raymond James and its employees share a desire to give back to the communities in which we work and live. We believe that being active in our communities helps us continue to grow a successful business and build strong personal relationships.

At the corporate level, we support a vast number of charitable organizations in the communities in which we live and work. Our areas of focus are the arts, children and disadvantaged youths, disaster relief and health-related programs that have a national impact.

Across the firm, our people volunteer their time and talents to make a difference in the lives of others. We support and applaud their efforts, as we share in their vision to make a positive impact on our communities:

Together, raising funds and distributing grants throughout British Columbia to inspire hope, enrich lives, and build a better future for children who have special needs.

The help we provide is the foundation of our organization. Each year we support children who have special needs and organizations who provide services to children in every corner of our province.

If you would like to join our sponsors to help support Eureka Camp and children with invisible disabilities by donating to our camp fund you can do so by clicking our donate now button. Your contribution will help families who most need help and will encourage teachers, psychologists and doctors to refer families to our program who are experiencing difficulty and need financial support to participate.

The Association first started in 1909 and was incorporated in 1931. The Association is one of the oldest charities in the province of BC and founded the CKNW Orphans’ Fund, a significant and high-profile charity in BC. The Association is a NPO charitable organization that gives out grants to other charitable organizations.