For more than 20 years, The JIBC Foundation has inspired giving for important needs that enhance education, student learning, training and applied research at JIBC. And we have a great deal to be proud of. Our donors support us in so many ways, and have helped JIBC build its national and international reputation for quality justice and public safety education and training.
Giving has a profound impact at JIBC, as it plays a pivotal role in building a brighter future for our students and the communities we serve. With donor support, our students make a difference each and every day throughout BC, across Canada, and around the world. Donors are a vital part of our JIBC community, and their support means the world to our students.
- alleviate the financial stresses for more than 300 students a year
- enhance student learning through new technology, equipment, and programs
- build endowments for sustainable growth and development
Thank you for committing to "Be the one" giving to student success!
For The JIBC Foundation, it is rewarding to experience the effect of our work, and to see how it impacts others – those who receive the gifts, and those who make a difference through their generous spirit. To hear stories of students, alumni, and donors whose lives have benefited from our work together, please read and watch some of the testimonials below. We hope this experience leaves you inspired – and ready to help provide the tools for tomorrow’s heroes.
JIBC Law Enforcement Studies
Recipient of the Minerva Foundation for
BC Women Award
and Bob Hull Memorial Award
“By receiving financial help and support from donors allowed me to focus on my studies and to be able to perform to the best of by abilities. It would have been impossible for me to be where I am today without the donors believing in me. For donors to give so much inspiration, opportunity and hope to someone they had never even met is something I never dreamed of.”
Watch appreciation speech
JIBC Fire Fighting Technologies
Recipient of the Jocelyn Roberts
“For me, Jocelyn paved the way for all female fire fighters. Not only was she made Captain at a young age, but she was a young female Captain in the mid-90s when women in the Fire Services Industry where still a rarity. Today, her family generously gives perpetually to women who are aspiring Fire Fighters, continuing to pave the path that Jocelyn began.'' Watch appreciation speech
JIBC Primary Care Paramedic student
Recipient of the Canadian Western Bank Award
“Your generosity has been an uplifting reminder of the importance of community, and helping each other. I am writing with an overwhelmed heart of gratitude to thank you for helping me get one step closer to my goal of becoming a Primary Care Paramedic.” View more
JIBC Law Enforcement Studies Diploma student
Recipient of the JIBC General Bursary
"The JIBC General Bursary was crucial to my success. The campaign to raise money for general bursaries is significantly important to students, like me, as we strive for excellence in our programs." View more...
Last updated June 27, 2018