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CIRPD Funding Management

2007-2012

Government Project Funding

  • BC Direct Access – Health Education  (Gaming) - $300,000
  • Canadian Institutes for Health Research - Conference Dissemination Activities - $13,500
  • Canadian Institutes for Health Research - Community Outreach - $10,000
Corporate Philanthropy
  • The Woodbridge Group (Research Funding) - $100,000
  • Conference Corporate/Organizational Sponsorship  - $68,000
  • WorkSafe BC - HWP Knowledge to Action Project - $50,000
  • HWP Corporate/Organizational Sponsorship - $15,000

2006

Government Project Funding
  • BC Direct Access – Health Education  (Gaming) - $50,000
  • Labour Management Partnership Program  (Federal Government) – Disability Prevention & Management Project  - $50,000
  • Canadian Institutes for Health Research - $40,000
Corporate Philanthropy
  • The Woodbridge Group (Research Funding) - $100,000
  • Conference Corporate/Organizational Sponsorship  - $68,000
  • Fees for Professional Education Services – Health Education Programming - $50,000
Conference Net Revenue
  • $35,000

2000

  • The Woodbridge Grants and Award Program; pledge of $100,000 on a matching grant basis for special competition on back pain and disability management.
  • The Woodbridge Grants and Award Program; invited research proposal investigating changes in foam properties in seatbacks and bumpers to mitigate whiplash. $90,000 required $50,000 secured

1999

  • The Woodbridge Grants and Award Program; co-sponsored by The Woodbridge Group, State Farm Insurance, Insurance Corporation of British Columbia. $300,000
  • 1999 Insurance Corporation of British Columbia; To support the BC Whiplash Initiative. $185,000
  • B.C. Gaming Commission Bingo Net Revenue; To support charitable activities including Chronic Pain Support Group. $45,000
  • 1998 Insurance Corporation of British Columbia; To support the BC Whiplash Initiative. $210,000

1998

  • The Woodbridge Grants and Award Program; To support clinically relevant research projects. $25,000 Chronic Pain Endowment
  • B.C. Gaming Commission Bingo Net Revenue; To support charitable activities including Chronic Pain Support Group. $45,000
  • 1997 Insurance Corporation of British Columbia; To support the BC Whiplash Initiative. $316,000

1997

  • The Woodbridge Group Grants and Award Program; To support clinically relevant research projects. $85,000
  • B.C. Gaming Commission Bingo Net Revenue; To support charitable activities including Chronic Pain Support Group. $45,000
  • 1996 Insurance Corporation of British Columbia; To support the BC Whiplash Initiative. $129,900

1996

  • B.C. Gaming Commission Bingo Net Revenue; To support charitable activities including Chronic Pain Support Group. $71,800
  • The Woodbridge Group Grants and Award Program; To support clinically relevant research projects. $118,000

1995

  • B.C. Gaming Commission Bingo Net Revenue; To support charitable activities including Chronic Pain Support Group. $78,800

1994

  • B.C. Gaming Commission Bingo Net Revenue; To support charitable activities including Chronic Pain Support Group. $111,900

1993

  • B.C. Gaming Commission Bingo Net Revenue; To support charitable activities including Chronic Pain Support Group. $102,000

1992

  • B.C. Gaming Commission Bingo Net Revenue; To support charitable activities including Chronic Pain Support Group. $88,800
  • Canadian Employment and Immigration Commission (CEIC) Job Creation Project #K40812-8; To market continuing education activities. $80,750

1991

  • Canadian Employment and Immigration Commission (CEIC) Job Creation Project #5389-HV3; To develop membership program. $53,600
  • B.C. Gaming Commission Bingo Net Revenue; To support charitable activities. $87,900
  • Telephone Employees Community Fund; To update computer information services. $4,300

1990

  • Canadian Employment and Immigration Commission (CEIC) Job Development Project #K-2053-5; To expand continuing medical education programs. $31,800
  • 1990 B.C. Gaming Commission Bingo Net Revenue; To support charitable activities. $96,800
  • Telephone Employees Community Fund; To update computer information services. $3,800

1989

  • Canadian Employment and Immigration Commission (CEIC) Job Creation Project #5126-HV9; To prepare promotional materials and a public relations program $70,900
  • B.C. Lotteries Grant LF89-1372; To create apublic education videotape about CIRPD, $39,667

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