The header graphic shows 6 pictures. From left to right: A mother pushes her baby in a stroller. A lady in a wheelchair takes a book off a library shelf. A lady pulls her luggage up a ramp. A blind man uses a cane down a hallway. A nice stone ramp leading into a public building. And a man walks with a seeing eye dog.

MUTN Partners and Funders

Partners:

 

 

 

North Central Local Government Association (NCLGA)

 

 

Website: http://www.nclga.ca 

Bio:

The NCLGA is an association of local governments whose mission is to address issues,
and to move forward initiatives for the benefit of its members.

 

 

 

BC Paraplegic Association (BCPA) - now known as Spinal Cord Injury BC

 

 

Website: http://sci-bc.ca/ 

Bio:

BCPA assists people with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities to achieve independence, self-reliance and full community participation.

 

 

 

Supporting Partners:

 

 

 

 

Province of British Columbia

 

Website: http://www.gov.bc.ca/

 

Bio:

The Province of BC provides programs and services to the residence of British Columbia.

 

 

Age-friendly Communities Initiative

Website: http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/sh-sa/ifa-fiv/2008/initiative-eng.php

Bio:

The Age-Friendly Communities project seeks to engage older Canadians and their communities in making their communities better, healthier and safer places for seniors to live and thrive.

 

BC Ministry of Healthy Living & Sport
Bio:
The Ministry of Healthy Living and Sports administers various programs that promote healthy, active lifestyles for BC residents.

 

Northern Health
Bio:
Northern Health is responsible for the delivery of health care across Northern British Columbia, including acute care, mental health, public health, addictions, and home and community care services.

 

 

2010 Legacies Now

 

Website: http://www.2010legaciesnow.com/

 

Bio:

Measuring Up helps BC communities assess and improve how accessible and inclusive they are for persons with disabilities and for the whole community. 2010 Legacies Now has a vision of British Columbia as a place where people can easily live, work, play and visit. With support from the Province of BC and other partners, 2010 Legacies Now is guiding communities in becoming more accessible and inclusive for everyone.

 

 

 

BC Healthy Communities Initiative

 

Website: http://www.bchealthycommunities.ca/content/home.asp

 

Bio:
BC Healthy Communities Initiative promotes the Healthy Communities Approach, offering a shared platform for dialogue, collaboration, learning and Action.

 

Funders:

 

Real Estate Foundation of BC 

 

Website: http://www.realestatefoundation.com/

 

Bio:

The Real Estate Foundation provides both project funding and endowment grants to non-profit organizations. Endowment grants are available only to organizations with charitable status (federal tax number). Project funding is granted to help an organization attain particular goals in a specified time period.

 


Nechako Kitamaat Development Fund Society 

 

Website: http://www.nkdf.org/

 

Bio:

The Nechako-Kitamaat Development Fund Society is a grant-making agency that assists the people of North West British Columbia, and in particular the Nechako region and Kitamaat Village, by sponsoring sustainable economic and social projects in the area most affected by the Kemano project and the creation of the Nechako Reservoir.

 

 

United Way Northern BC

 

Website: http://pguw.bc.ca/

 

Bio:

United Way Prince George improves lives and builds community by engaging individuals and mobilizing collective action.

 

 

 

North Central Local Government Association (NCLGA)

 

Website: http://ncma.enorthernbc.com/

 

Bio:

The NCLGA is an association of local governments whose mission is to address issues,
and to move forward initiatives for the benefit of its members.

 

The Vancouver Foundation

Bio:
Vancouver Foundation helps people give back to the communities they care about, in a way that is simple, convenient and lasting.

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