In early 2019, the BCCFP awarded eight one-time grants of $5,000 to enable members to create or modify tools/resources that could help BC family physicians to address the social determinants of health (SDH).
Since then, the recipients have been working on their proposed projects. Once reviewed, we will post links to each of them to help members access the newly developed resources and information.
You can read about the project completed by Dr. Ilona Hale for the Kimberly Food Recovery Program in our 2018/19 annual report and download the Food Recovery Infographic here. This two-page visual guide outlines how to start a food recovery program in your community, and the reasons why this type of program can be valuable to address food insecurity and reduce food waste.