Summer Bursary Application

Applications for the 2020 Summer Bursary Program are now closed.


Please note that we are proceeding with allocating bursaries for this year with the hope that by July the Covid 19 pandemic will be over and camps/activities will be available for children to attend. If needed, we will extend the option to use the bursary into winter 2020.


Confirmation of grant allocations will be made via email in June. If you have any questions please contact Kathleen Jessop, 604-904-4090.

All information regarding your child/youth is confidential. This information is used to assist the NSDRC in providing the best possible support.


Funding allocations are made in conjunction with representatives of Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD) and other service providers on the North Shore. Submission of your application confirms your consent to share information as required with these service providers.


Visit our Frequently Asked Questions for more information about this program. Then please review and complete the following sections.


Required fields are marked with an *. Once all applicable fields are complete, click the Submit button at the bottom of this form.

summer bursary application form

Contact Information

Child / Youth Address *
Child / Youth Address
Postal Code
Primary Contact Address *
If other address, please specify. *
If other address, please specify.
Postal Code

Demographic Information


Support Information

Do you currently receive services from the Ministry of Children and Family Services? *

Application for Bursary

I am applying for a bursary to: *
Do you have a worker you can hire?

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