Enhanced Patient Care (EPC) grants, funded by donations to St. Paul’s Foundation annual Lights of Hope, are small grants for initiatives, programs, items and equipment that will directly enhance patient and resident care at sites operated by Providence Health Care.
The Enhanced Patient Care (EPC) grant program is now open to all Providence Health Care staff.
EPC Grants are small grants (up to a maximum of $3,000) for initiatives, programs, items and equipment that will directly enhance patient and residential care at sites operated by Providence Health Care.
New this year, the Broad Impact EPC Grant will provide up to a maximum of $40,000 for coordinated initiatives, programs, items and equipment that will directly enhance patient and resident care across multiple areas at sites operated by Providence Health Care.
You can find the application here. Please note we will no longer be accepting paper application forms or applications by email.
St. Paul’s Foundation must receive completed applications by 5:00 pm on Wednesday, June 30, 2021.
Questions? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions document. If you still can’t find an answer, please contact us.
St Paul’s Foundation will reimburse your PHC cost centre once you have spent the money on the project outlined in your application. In order to be reimbursed, please keep a copy of your invoices and receipts and complete the SPF Disbursement Request Form – EPC by June 30, 2022.
If you spend more than the amount approved in your EPC approval letter, it is the responsibility of you and your Department to find other sources of funding to cover these extra expenses.
If you have additional questions regarding Finance or the reimbursement of a previously awarded EPC grant, please contact Cindy Paddon.
In the meantime, if you have any questions regarding the EPC grant program, please send your questions to the EPC Grant Committee.