COVID-19 and Healthy Communities


 VANCOUVER – Like you, we are deeply concerned and want to do what we can to keep our communities healthy given the rapidly evolving COVID-19 global situation. 
To that end, BC Achievement will be postponing the 17th annual Community Award April 29th presentation ceremony and a new date will be planned when appropriate. We look forward to announcing the 2020 BC Achievement Community Awardees in the coming weeks and celebrating their achievements online. All staff are working remotely and reachable through email at  
The next suite of 2020 programs: Indigenous Business, Fulmer Award in First Nations Art and Carter Wosk Award in Applied Art + Design are currently being developed along with their respective calls for nominations. We look forward to engaging with our stakeholders and anticipate online nominations for these programs opening on or before June 1st, 2020. 

BC Achievement’s goal to nurture and elevate excellence within BC’s communities is more important now than ever. On our social media channels, we will continue to share your stories of success and highlight opportunities to inspire achievement and support communities. 
At this difficult and unprecedented time, we will continue to hold each other up and celebrate those who lead the way.

Elevate Excellence. Share Success. Inspire Change. 


Cathryn Wilson , Executive Director 
BC Achievement Foundation  


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