In this FREE one-hour webinar for landlords, our poverty law advocate Erik Nelson will provide useful information on how to be a great landlord. Not knowing the law can cost you more money and time! If you thinking of becoming a landlord, or are you already a landlord, and want to know more? This presentation might be for you. This presentation will provide a broad overview of the act and regulation, for all landlords in British Columbia. Erik Nelson will go over new and existing regulations in the Residential Tenancy Act (RTA) to help landlords learn about their tenant’s rights covered in the act (RTA).
Landlords, jot your questions down, as there will be a question period at the end of the session.
Wednesday, January 20, 2021 11am – 12pm
Register for the webinar today:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
2020 Women’s Educational Bursary
Kamloops Elizabeth Fry Women’s Educational Bursary Application
Kamloops and District Elizabeth Fry Society is a community based non-profit agency that offers programs and services in the areas of housing and community justice to people in the Kamloops area, with a focus on women and youth.
This bursary has been established to offer financial assistance to women, as the Society seeks to support applicants both practically and emotionally, and to foster personal growth and empowerment.
The purpose of the Kamloops Elizabeth Fry Women’s Educational Bursary is to offer financial assistance to women, 18 years and older, who are moving to enhance their economic independence and self-sufficiency. The bursary will be awarded to a Canadian citizen or permanent resident who will be attending a recognized Canadian College, trades school, or university. Any program will be considered, with the ultimate goal of obtaining a certificate, diploma and/or a degree. Current or past clients of Elizabeth Fry are encouraged to apply.
Applicants are requested to fill out the attached application form and provide all the information required. Please ensure that all necessary documentation is completed, signed and that all supporting material is enclosed (copies are acceptable as applications will not be returned).
Applications will be accepted from February 15, 2020 to April 01, 2020.
Late, unsigned or incomplete applications will not be accepted.
Should you have questions or need assistance filling out your application, please do not
hesitate to contact the Society.
Please note the following:
- Candidates cannot be employees, family of employees, or Board members of KDEFS.
- KDEFS staff is unable to provide letters of reference for applicants.
- The bursary is awarded upon proof of registration from the institution’s registrar, and will be dispersed directly to the educational institution.
- Should you withdraw from the educational institution, please contact KDEFS to discuss your options.
Lizzy’s Closet – currently closed
Lizzy’s Closet is currently closed, due to COVID-19. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Due to the COVID-19 virus, as a precaution, Kamloops & District Elizabeth Fry Society will not be holding our regular Lizzy’s Closet dates or be taking any donations until further notice. Thank you for your understanding.
We’ve been in the news! We are so excited to be opening doors to Kamloops Rent Bank this February. Rent banks provide emergency loans at a low interest rate for people who are going to be evicted from their housing or cut-off from their utilities. Rent banks are for low-income wage earners. People who qualify will have stable income and will have been in stable housing for over a year, those who don’t qualify will be connected with other supports.
These emergency funds keep people with nowhere else to turn from becoming homeless and entering the cycle of poverty. The Kamloops and District Elizabeth Fry Society administrates this program, which is overseen by a community board.
Want to see what others are saying?
Kamloops Daily News: Kamloops Rent Bank Opens Doors In February
Kamloops This Week: Kamloops Rent Bank Opens in February
Kamloops Daily News: Gilchrist: Rent Bank Benefits Outweigh Any Costs
United Way Thompson Nicola Cariboo blog: Kamloops Rent Bank Starting in February 2013
Recap: Taxes and Finances
Did you miss our January group session on new tax law and managing personal finances? In case you did, here’s the resources we discussed:
New mandatory legislation comes into effect Spring 2013- learn about it here: www.cra-arc.gc.ca