By Michael Gartland | March 14, 2019 09:25:02The B.S. government is setting aside $1 billion to support B.c. charities, with a $1 million contribution from a new $1-billion fund that will be administered by the Ministry of Health.
The money, which is a fraction of the $3.6 billion spent on social assistance in B.com reported this month, will support the B.ca Child and Family Services, BC Children’s Aid Society, BC Human Services, Children and Youth Services and Children and Families B.CN.
The money will go toward supporting services for children and families, including food assistance and social services, with the aim of helping people in crisis, according to a news release from Health Minister Shirley Bond.
The $1,847,965 will be spent in 2017-18 and will be divided among the following charities:Child and FamilyServices, BC Child and Foster Care Society, Children’said Society, Family Services B.co, Family Support B.
Co, Family Justice Society, B.A.C., B.CA’s First Nations and Inuit Peoples, BC Families First, Children First, the BC Association of Children’s Services and the BCA’s Social Services.
In total, the $1bn will support programs to help families in need, including children, adults and seniors.
The funds will also support the BC Human Service Commission to make grants to other B.
The province is investing in the province’s social and economic fabric in a bid to help people in the region.
In 2017, the BCHS made $4.9 billion in grants to help vulnerable populations and create jobs.
In 2018, the province announced a $7.3 billion strategic fund to support the provincial economy, with an additional $3 billion for job creation.
The provincial government is also funding the BC Youth Jobs Fund, which provides $1 in every $1 of student loan debt for youth in BC.
The fund will be managed by the province, which has a direct interest of 10 per cent on the loans issued to students and the BC Government, with BCHC managing all financial management.
The provincial government has said that it will spend the money in 2017 and 2018 on programs that are specifically designed to assist the vulnerable in BC, including the following:The province has also announced an additional round of $1 for every $2 of income tax payable on a tax-free basis, to be collected from the proceeds of the sale of real estate.