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This Fund is to commemorate the memory of Shelagh Fulton (nee Hogg), a long time Coquitlam resident and community volunteer. Shelagh lived with the challenges of rheumatoid arthritis her entire adult life. In 1989 she co-founded the Hang Tough Arthritis Support Group and was actively involved with the Group until shortly before her death on December 27, 2001. She was a compassionate and caring person who inspired many.
The purpose of this fund is to increase the awareness of arthritis in the cities of Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody and to relieve the suffering of persons affected by arthritis in the Tri-Cities area through the provision of financial assistance to:
- Community groups whose principal purpose is related to acting in the interests of people affected by arthritis;
- Individuals who require assistance for the purchase of braces, splints and other aids;
- Further arthritis research; and
- Promote any other arthritis-related purpose.
- Three individuals administer this fund: a director of the Coquitlam Foundation, a representative of the Fulton/Hogg families and a representative of the Hang Tough Arthritis Support Group. If the Group ceases to exist, a representative is to be appointed by the Arthritis Society, BC and Yukon Division.
Available to organizations:
- Who are on the Canada Revenue Agency’s List of Charities
- You need to demonstrate how your project helps meet the purpose above, which helps individuals with arthritis.
This fund is open for applications during our Application Window.
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