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The Justice Institute of British Columbia Foundation

The Justice Institute of British Columbia Foundation (The JIBC Foundation) proudly supports Canada's leading public safety educator – JIBC – by raising funds for students, applied research, equipment, technology and other tools for learning. The JIBC Foundation receives and manages charitable gifts and builds meaningful relationships to help JIBC provide education and training to support safer communities and a more just society.

2018 marks JIBC's 40th Anniversary. In its first four decades, nearly 295,000 individuals have enrolled in JIBC courses, of which more than 40,000 have graduated from programs. Every day, JIBC graduates are there in times of need. Whether saving lives, responding to emergencies or helping individuals and communities recover, they are trained to make the right decisions in critical situations.

As part of celebrating JIBC’s milestone year, The JIBC Foundation is recognizing the many ways donors have contributed to justice and public safety education over the years, launching the JIBC Future 40 Campaign, and hosting the Be the One Gala, featuring the Justice & Public Safety Awards on November 15, 2018.

For more information on how you can “Be the one” supporting student success visit JIBC Future 40 Campaign or contact us at The JIBC Foundation or 604.528.5750.


Foundation News

November 2, 2018
On November 15, Wendy Lisogar-Cocchia, OBC, LLD and Sergio Cocchia, OBC, LLD will receive the 2018 Community Leadership Award from The Justice Institute of British Columbia Foundation (The JIBC Foundation)

 


October 23, 2018
On November 15, the BC First Responders Mental Health Committee will receive the Dr. Joseph H. Cohen Award for public safety

 


October 9, 2018
Marvin R.V. Storrow, QC, LLD to be awarded the Anthony P. Pantages, QC Award at The JIBC Foundation Gala

 


August 9, 2018
Grant funds new equipment at JIBC’s New Westminster campus

 


July 18, 2018
Funding enhances simulation training at JIBC’s Chilliwack Campus

 


Last updated October 31, 2018