BCSTH Bursary Fund (BBF) Evaluation Project

BCSTH is pleased to launch the final report from the BCSTH Bursary Fund (BBF) Evaluation Project.

This report evaluated the BC Society of Transition Houses (BCSTH) Bursary Fund (BBF), a flexible financial assistance program that provides survivors who have accessed BCSTH member programs with bursaries of up to $3,000 for education and employment opportunities to support themselves to become financially independent.

Online surveys, focus groups and interviews were conducted between June – November, 2023 with women who have received a bursary and the anti-violence workers who have supported them, to understand more about the impacts this program has had since it was launched five years ago.

You can find the report, along with supporting handouts on the BBF webpage.

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