Benevolent Fund

The Engineers and Geoscientists BC Benevolent Fund Society is a registered charity assisting members in financial distress to overcome short-term cash-flow difficulties. Assistance is administered on a case by case basis by a Board of Directors and operates at arms-length from Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia.

Applications for Assistance

Applications for assistance can be made by forwarding a completed Benevolent Fund Application Form, a brief one-page cover letter detailing your circumstances, and a copy of your most recent resume to [email protected]. The confidentiality of all applications is strictly maintained. Please ensure “Benevolent Fund Application” appears in the subject line of your email. You may also mail your application to:

Engineers and Geoscientists BC
Benevolent Fund Society
Attention: Member Services
200 – 4010 Regent Street
Burnaby, BC, V5C 6N2

Please note: This application form is a fillable pdf. It is recommended that you save it to your desktop and open using Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Donations to the Benevolent Fund

Donations are welcome and can be made in the following ways:

Online: By mail: Annual fee renewal:
Log into your member or guest profile. Engineers and Geoscientists BC
Benevolent Fund Society
200-4010 Regent Street
Burnaby, BC, V5C 6N2
Please make cheque payable to: "Engineers and Geoscientists BC Benevolent Fund Society"
Indicate the amount on your Annual Fee Renewal.
Note: Donations to the fund are tax deductible under CRA regulations.
For more information about the Benevolent Fund, please contact Member Services Coordinator.
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