Now accepting applications for 2019/2020 LISA HUUS BURSARY
To assist persons with physical disabilities to begin or continue post-secondary education in British Columbia.
The Lisa Huus Memorial Fund was created in memory of Lisa Pauline Huus in 1988 by her family and has been supported by personal donations and fundraising activities for 30 years.
Each year the Huus Family, in partnership with Children’s Health Foundation of Vancouver Island (formerly Queen Alexandra Foundation for Children) and generous donors, award bursaries to support the education of students with disabilities.
The purpose of the fund is to provide bursaries, in the range of $500 – $5000 annually per recipient, to assist persons with disabilities to undertake or continue their post-secondary education at an accredited post-secondary institution in British Columbia. Bursaries may be used for items such as tuition fees, textbooks, equipment, transportation, residence and support worker costs.
The bursary was established in 1988 by the family of Lisa Pauline Huus, a sociology student at the University of Victoria. “Lisa fought for her rights to go to university and be treated just like any other student,” says her mother Annie Huus. “We established this fund so that students with physical challenges like Lisa can access much needed financial support to pursue their educational dreams.”
If you or someone you know is an individual with a disability, please visit https://islandkidsfirst.com/lisa-huus-bursary/. For more information on the story behind the Lisa Huus Bursary, eligibility requirements and the application process. Additionally, you can email email@example.com or call 250-940-4950 to speak to one of our staff about this opportunity.
General information is HERE.
Application form is HERE.
The deadline for applications is May 31, 2019.