VANCOUVER – Like all British Columbians, BC Achievement is looking to the future as together we move into phase 2 of the COVID-19 pandemic response. The collective support of everyone in our province has made a definitive impact on flattening the curve and we stand side-by-side continuing to support that effort. We raise our hands to all the essential workers who have been on the front lines, keeping us safe and well. Thank you!
BC Achievement programs are active and poised to launch their respective calls for nominations throughout the month of June. The online process is housed on the foundation’s website with staff available to assist with any questions. Consultations with program partners during the past weeks have revealed a consistent theme that now, more than ever, these programs matter. It’s a critical time to shine a light on excellence in BC. We look forward to receiving all submissions and encourage you to Nominate Now!
In keeping with our commitment to healthy communities, BC Achievement will not hold its usual program presentation ceremonies this fall and is exploring the opportunity to honour and celebrate awardees in new and powerful ways. The Indigenous Business Award Gala along with BC Achievement’s art ceremonies for both the Fulmer and Carter Wosk Award exhibitions will take on new formats as we reimagine the space where our communities gather. Awardee recognition will be celebrated through a series of visual campaigns which share stories of excellence and inspire achievement.
To that end on Monday, May 11th, please join @BCAchievement for the launch of the #shinethelightbc campaign celebrating the 25 awardees of the 2020 Community Award. Together we will continue to hold each other up and celebrate those who lead the way.
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