Program Objectives To encourage and support students with spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus to achieve independence in future education. To assist students in pursuing higher education at university or other post-secondary studies.
No one embodied the spirit and vision of Ontario March of Dimes more than WWII flying veteran, Wade Hampton. At age 31, on the same day the polio vaccine was announced, Hampton was diagnosed with the disease and taken to
The Program: The general purpose of the program is to assist kidney patients and their family members to further their education and/or training. Amount: $500 Number Available: 4 Deadline: TBD Criteria The bursaries will be awarded according to the criteria
This scholarship was created to honour the memory of Michael Kamin Hart, who was a vibrant, intelligent and compassionate young man who was completing his Masters degree in Biochemistry at the Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Infectious Disease Research at
Are you a student with Epilepsy who is enrolled or is about to be enrolled in a post-secondary education program this September? Then congratulations, you are already well on your way to beating the odds. Only one in three people
The Luciana Spring Mascarin Bursary Program was established in April 1993 in memory of this young girl who truly loved to learn.
The Lisa Huus Memorial Fund was established in 1988 in memory of Lisa Pauline Huus, who was a third-year sociology student at the University of Victoria. A native of Victoria, Lisa graduated from Claremont Senior Secondary School in 1985 and
Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy has established several annual awards to acknowledge persons with cerebral palsy, their families, professionals and community members for their significant contributions in improving lives of people with cerebral palsy in Ontario.
Named in honour of Dr. E. Bruce Hendrick as a tribute to his dedication, on-going support and outstanding service to our members. The Dr. E. Bruce Hendrick Scholarship Program was established to encourage and support students with spina bifida and/or
In an effort to bring young volunteers into the CHS, and in recognition that a sound education is of utmost importance (particularly for those who might not be able to succeed in a vocation requiring strenuous physical labour), the CHS