Beans Justice Memorial
Scholarship In Architecture
This award is available for students in the Master of Architecture or Master of Advanced Studies in Architecture Programs within the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.Beans’ legacy is a simple one: observe life with a perceptive eye, appreciate the spirit of place, seek beauty and delight in all things natural, let humor prevail. The award is made on the recommendation of the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.
DA Architects +
The Downs-Archambault Architects Bursary was established to assist students with financial needs pursue higher education. To be eligible, students must be enrolled full-time in the term of the award, be in good academic standing and demonstrate financial need as assessed by SFU.
DA Architects + Planners
The architectural firm of DA Architects + Planners is pleased to present an annual award to a student enrolled in at least 80% of a full course load (minimum 12 credits). Criteria: achievement in area of study; clearly defined career goals; financial need.
DA Architects Interior
Recipient will need to be enrolled full time in the fourth term of the Design Formation program and demonstrate outstanding academic success with the highest CGPA across the interior design stream.
"Collaboration is very important to us. It’s part of our learning process, and a great way to deliver value to our clients and the community."
The Union Gospel Mission is a charitable organization located in the Metro Vancouver area and the City of Mission. They provide meals, education, shelter, safe and affordable housing, drug and alcohol recovery programs, and support services to those struggling with homelessness and addiction.
CLICK - Contributing to Lives of Inner City Kids
CLICK (Contributing to Lives of Inner City Kids) is a volunteer-run, community-based charity that raises fund for programs that support inner city children and youth in Vancouver. CLICK’s objective is to raise awareness of the needs of children living in poverty and to fund programs that provide food, safe out-of-school care and access to activities such as sports, camps and the arts. Without support, these children simply would not have access to skills and activities other children take for granted.
Greater Vancouver Food Bank
The Greater Vancouver Food Bank was set up as a temporary relief to the hunger crisis in 1983 and has grown significantly in the three decades since then. Today the GVFB provides assistance to around 8,500 individuals and families monthly across Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster, and the North Shore.
Aga Khan Foundation
Aga Khan Foundation Canada tackles the root causes of poverty through a holistic and interconnected set of programs. These initiatives address people’s most pressing needs and enable them to unlock their full potential, with a particular focus on marginalized groups like women and girls.The foundations programs aim to ensure access to high quality education and health care, ensure food security, improve economic well-being, and develop resilient communities and societies.