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—— BRITISH COLUMBIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

— THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS 2019/20 Annual Report

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Who are we? We are the focused. The driven. Those who need to understand. We are the ambitious. The entrepreneurial. Those who never stop innovating. We are the initiators. The uncompromising. Those who know it can be done sustainably. We are the relentless. The inspired. Those who have conquered the complexity.

— THE BRITISH COLUMBIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. EDUCATION FOR A COMPLEX WORLD.


THE POWER TO INSPIRE We look back with profound gratitude on 2019/20 as a year of significant progress at BCIT—progress that was made possible through the extraordinary generosity of our valued partners, donors, and alumni. Together, we received over $9 million and raised a total of $16.7 million (cash and pledged gifts) for BCIT’s INSPIRE Campaign, the largest amount ever raised in a single year in the history of BCIT. Thanks to the efforts of our visionary donors, together with the contributions of the wider BCIT community, we are now closer than ever— $55.1 million to date—to raising the $125 million we need to create $450 million in campus redevelopment and education renewal. You have given us much to celebrate. To INSPIRE Campaign Chair Dr. David Podmore: we thank you for your exceptional leadership. To the members of the INSPIRE Campaign Cabinet and Patrons: we are grateful for your tireless efforts to raise BCIT’s profile, and the success of our students, within the greater community and mobilize support for INSPIRE. To the BCIT Advancement division: we appreciate your commitment to not only engaging donors and alumni globally, but also creating a lasting, positive impact on BCIT and our students. Never has the bond between BCIT and our community been more evident than this spring with the heartwarming response we received for students impacted by the pandemic. Together, in a matter of weeks, we raised more than $160,000 for BCIT’s COVID-19 Emergency Student Response Fund. On behalf of students, staff, and faculty at BCIT, we thank you for your unwavering support.

Tony Barke Chair BCIT Foundation Board

Cover: MSc Ecological Restoration students at Guichon Creek on the Burnaby Campus.

Paul McCullough Vice President BCIT Advancement

Jackie Jacob Executive Director BCIT Foundation

The British Columbia Institute of Technology is grateful to be located on the unceded traditional territory of the Coast Salish People. 3


ACCESS AND INCLUSION EDUCATION THAT KNOWS NO BOUNDARIES Together with our donors, we are making an investment in our students, which in turn becomes an investment in businesses, communities, and economies. Never was this commitment to our students more evident than with the COVID-19 Emergency Student Response Fund, which was launched this spring to provide financial aid to learners impacted by the pandemic. BCIT Foundation’s commitment to our pillar of Access and Inclusion means that, through the INSPIRE Campaign, we will remove more barriers to entry, ensure students can continue their education, and celebrate their success through student scholarships, awards, and bursaries; help students in remote areas access education; and provide holistic support to Indigenous learners. Read more: bcit.ca/inspire/priorities/access-inclusion

BCIT BY THE NUMBERS

50,000 $800 m  students each year

 economic contribution

96%  apprentice completers employed 98%  degree graduates employed within 2 years 93%   diploma and certificate graduates employed Source: BCIT Institutional Research Office 2019

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COVID-19 EMERGENCY STUDENT RESPONSE FUND BY THE NUMBERS

$160,000 raised 480 students helped 90 donors


Hannah Bayley, BCIT Ironworker Apprentice, in her father’s workshop.

A student award helps Ironworker Apprentice Hannah Bayley take her first steps towards her dream career Growing up, Hannah Bayley traveled with her parents to car races, including the Molson Indy, where they raced cars and she experienced what ‘hands-on’ means. Those early experiences would end up shaping her career choices later in life. “I became interested in BCIT’s Trades Discovery program,” she says. “I didn’t know which trade I wanted to go into but I knew I wanted to go into a career that was hands-on.” The BCIT Trades Discovery program, which introduces students to different trades, gave Hannah the opportunity to explore several areas until, ultimately, she found her passion: ironworking. Just before she was accepted into BCIT’s Ironworking program, she received good news at the right time. “I received a grant from Concert Properties,” she recalls. “It allowed me to get all the tools and books I needed for my program. It really set me up for my future. I want to thank everyone at Concert and the Trades Discovery program.”

Now an Ironworker Apprentice, Hannah is looking forward to refining her trade and launching the kind of hands-on career she grew up around. Only she’s trading speed on the ground for iron in the sky. “Working at heights is such an exhilarating feeling,” Hannah says. “You have adrenaline pumping through you and you’re looking down at the ground and you’re half-nervous. It’s just the most incredible feeling. But there’s also nothing that gives you more pride than driving past something you built and being able to point it out, knowing you built it from scratch.” Donors like Concert Properties help students find their career paths, become highly skilled for in-demand jobs, and make a difference in the community. Watch Hannah’s video: bcit.ca/foundation

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LEARNING AND TEACHING INNOVATION THE EVOLUTION OF THE CLASSROOM Over this past year, our students have demonstrated that a technology-driven, immersive applied education from BCIT not only creates positive impact but also achieves top results. They competed against top post-secondary institutions to podium finishes and developed innovative solutions to real-world problems. We couldn’t be prouder. BCIT Foundation’s focus on our pillar of Learning and Teaching Innovation means that—with the support of the community through the INSPIRE Campaign—we can continue to provide our students with new technologies and simulated real-world environments and situations to prepare them with the job-ready skills they need to change the world. These new learning tools include:

∆ Immersive simulations ∆ Makerspaces ∆ Virtual and augmented reality ∆ Cooperative education

Read more: bcit.ca/inspire

BCIT students are harnessing the power of the sun to address food waste One group of BCIT students is working on a project to help address food waste by leveraging the power of the sun. Named Ra Solutions after Ra, the Egyptian god of the sun, the project focuses on developing solar dehydrators to provide an efficient, safe, and cost-effective way to dry fruits and vegetables in regions with warm climates and little access to other forms of food storage. Over the next year, the group is looking forward to improving on the design of their prototype and building partnerships with non-profit organizations to help distribute the solar dehydrators once optimized. THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS | 2019/20 BCIT FOUNDATION ANNUAL REPORT


BCIT Computer Systems Technology students at the TechCrunch Disrupt hackathon.

Student-developed medical data app triumphs at Silicon Valley hackathon

Marketing students rank in the top 10

After pitching their idea Antibiogram: Powering the fight against superbugs with real-time data on stage, BCIT Computer Systems Technology students (pictured above) placed second at the TechCrunch Disrupt hackathon in San Francisco. Their creation connects doctors to the latest data, making it easier for healthcare providers to prescribe appropriate antibiotics and to avoid the dangers of over-prescription.

This past year, BCIT was the only Canadian school to earn a finalist position to advance to the North American Marketing Association Intercollegiate Conference competition in New Orleans. BCIT Marketing Association students competed against respected North American post-secondary institutions to finish in the top 10 in several categories: first for Overall Exhibit, second for SABRE Marketing and Strategy Simulation, fourth for AMA USCA Sales Student of the Year, and sixth in the Outbound Sales Competition.

Civil Engineering team finds alternative uses for hemp waste as cement replacement Waste not, want not. BCIT Civil Engineering students (now alumni) Spencer Behn and Kumayl Rashid and BCIT Civil Engineering faculty member Dr. Sudip Talukdar uncover alternatives for hemp waste as cement replacement with their groundbreaking research. Their findings showed that hemp ash has the potential to be added to concrete as a filler, which would reduce environmental impact and costs by replacing five percent of cement.

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(L-R): Carleen Thomas, Tsleil Waututh Nation; Deanna Lewis, Squamish Nation; Lisa Chu, Dean, BCIT School of Health Sciences; Melanie Mark, Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Training; Sam Bienias, BCIT Diagnostic Medical Sonography student; Kathy Kinloch, President, BCIT; Dr. David Podmore, INSPIRE Campaign Chair and Co-founder & Chair, Concert Properties; Doug Eveneshen, Chair, BCIT Board of Governors and BCIT alumnus; and Mike Hurley, Mayor, City of Burnaby.

New Health Sciences Centre breaks ground at BCIT Healthcare students at BCIT are one step closer to simulating real-life healthcare situations in an innovative and flexible space with the official groundbreaking of a new Health Sciences Centre, which took place in December 2019. It marks the beginning of a significant step towards campus redevelopment at the Burnaby Campus. The centre will provide the simulated healthcare environments that are a critical component of health-sciences education. “This new state-of-the-art building is going to be a game changer for healthcare students at BCIT,” said Melanie Mark, Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Training. “It will be more than just a building. It will be the training grounds for the next generation of highly trained health specialists. It was designed with students and the environment in mind and fits squarely within our government’s CleanBC plan.” The new Health Sciences Centre will replace existing simulation space and will replicate the work environments for a variety of hospitals and laboratories. This centre will enable students to learn in an innovative, cohesive space THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS | 2019/20 BCIT FOUNDATION ANNUAL REPORT

that improves their quality of education. “Healthcare professionals do a fantastic job every day at saving lives and helping people be healthier,” said Adrian Dix, Minister of Health. “The innovative Health Sciences Centre at BCIT will have more realistic work scenarios that will give students the skills and experience they need to deliver quality care to their patients once they graduate.” The new centre will be a four-storey, 9,909 squaremetre (106,660 square-feet), net-zero carbon emission building—supporting government’s CleanBC objectives of reducing commercial carbon footprints. The centre will accommodate and provide learning spaces to approximately 7,000 students, including part- and full-time students. The Province is providing $66.6 million of the $78.3 million required to build the centre. Through the INSPIRE Campaign, the BCIT Foundation will raise $11.7 million from its partners in the private sector. Construction will help create 270 direct and 175 indirect jobs. Completion is expected by the end of 2021.


CAMPUS REDEVELOPMENT NEXT-GENERATION LEARNING SPACES This year marked a significant milestone in our pillar of Campus Redevelopment. With our supporters, including our valued INSPIRE Campaign Cabinet and Patrons, and the Government of British Columbia, BCIT celebrated the Health Sciences Centre ground-breaking in December 2019, and is looking forward to taking steps toward further revitalization of the Burnaby Campus. In addition to the Health Sciences Centre, this includes four other new state-of-the-art spaces that will enhance and expand the educational experience of our students:

∆ Trades & Technology Complex ∆ Centre for Ecological Restoration & Climate Adaptation ∆ Centre for Education, Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Research ∆ Student Hub

The campus will come alive with new greenways and bike lanes and renewed public spaces—and the urban ecological restoration of Guichon Creek will bring a weaving waterway to life across campus. Read more: bcit.ca/inspire

Health Sciences Centre Quick Facts The new facility will house 26 health-related programs, including cardiology, sonography, nursing, pediatric, and nuclear medicine. Healthcare students will be able to train for clinical roles through technology-based experiences and sophisticated simulation environments that utilize augmented and virtual reality systems and 3D learning to mimic real-world settings. The new centre will be a net-zero carbon emission building, with 60 underground parking stalls—all of which will be wired for electric-vehicle charging stations. The building is targeting WELL Gold certification. WELL is a complementary rating system, and portions of the WELL Standard align with LEED requirements. Learn more: bcit.ca/inspire 9


Thank you to our donors BCIT Foundation gratefully acknowledges the generosity of the following supporters who made gifts of $500 or more during the fiscal year April 1, 2019 to March 31, 2020 (includes cash donations and gifts-in-kind).

$1,000,000+

$10,000 – $24,999

Anonymous

Ampco Grafix

Vancouver International Airport

ASTTBC

Water Tower Productions Inc.

Estate of J.C. Bastien

Wawanesa Insurance

BC Hydro and Power Authority

Westbank Holdings Ltd.

BC Land Surveyors Foundation

Westerra Equipment

BCIT Faculty & Staff Association

$5,000 - $9,999

$100,000 – $999,999 Anonymous BCIT Alumni Association Beedie BMO Financial

Universities Canada

Concert Properties Ltd.

Bursary Endowment in Honour of Jennifer Orum and Elinor Hudon

The Diamond Foundation

Heinz Bold

Anonymous

M.H. Hunter Ltd.

Bridge Electric Corp.

Architectural Institute of BC

North Growth Foundation

Canfor

BC Council for International Education

RBC Royal Bank

Colliers Project Leaders

BCIT Forest Society

Scotiabank

Estate of Linda M. Cope

Spartan Controls Ltd.

Cummins Western Canada

BCIT Professional Sales Student Silent Auction

TD Bank Group

Economical Insurance

$25,000 – $99,999 AuTec Innovative Extractive Solutions Ltd. BC Land Surveyors Vancouver Island Group

Electra Meccanica Vehicles Corp Lisa Ethans Robert J. Gayton Graham Management Services LP Douglas M. Grant

Alpro Aluminum Products Ltd.

BFL Canada Insurance Services Inc. Bridgewater Tile Ltd. Dwight Brissette Canadian Council of Independent Laboratories Hiway Refrigeration CRS Construction

BCIT Student Association

Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation

Binning Consulting Ltd.

Highbury Foundation

Envirotech Drive Systems Inc

Homebuilders Association Vancouver

Florence Bernard/Alta Miller Scholarship Trust Fund

Geoff Stevens

Y. P. Heung Foundation

Fresenius Medical Care Canada

Jessoma Foundation

Kaiser Foundation for Higher Education

Genus Capital Management

Cy and Emerald Keyes Charitable Foundation

Kitimat Valley Institute

Geopacific Consultants Ltd.

Christine MacDonald

Gene Haas Foundation

GML Mechanical

Mackenzie Investments

Ledcor Group of Companies

Hsu & Hsieh Foundation

Jefferson Mooney

NAPA Auto Parts

HUB International Insurance Brokers

New Car Dealers Foundation of BC

Ocean Park Foundation

iA Financial Group

Newway Concrete Forming Ltd.

PCL Constructors Westcoast Inc.

Ideon Packaging

Nightingale Electrical Ltd.

Estate of Andrew R. Peck

Oak Maritime (Canada) Inc.

Ironworkers, Local 97, in recognition of Costec Chomenko

Princess Auto Foundation

Port of Vancouver

ITC Management Inc.

Rapid Truck Repair

Richard Rudderham and Diane Kennedy

IUGO Mobile Entertainment, Inc.

SAG Conference Award Foundation

Scholarship America

Kingswood Capital Corporation

Estate of John Salisbury

TB Vets Charitable Foundation

Lehigh Hanson Materials Ltd.

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Engineers and Geoscientists BC


Lohn Foundation

BP Dale Holdings Ltd.

Masons of BC & Yukon

Neekoo Philanthropic Society

British Columbia Association of Broadcasters

Greater Vancouver Board of Trade

British Columbia Corvette Club

Helping Families in Need Society

Ryan Neely Jennifer Ottens The Pacific Investment Corporation Ltd. Peter Kiewit Sons ULC Raymond James Canada Foundation RGF Integrated Wealth Management Rush Contracting Ltd. Southwest Contracting Ltd. Stantec Consulting Supermetal TD Insurance Meloche Monnex Technical Safety BC Tidball Projects Ltd.

CAMS Software Corporation Canadian – Iranian Foundation Canadian Institute of Quantity Surveyors BC

Inland Glass & Aluminum Ltd.

Canadian Printing Industries Scholarship Trust Fund

International Alliance of Theatrical

Canem Systems Ltd.

Jack Webster Foundation

Centerprise Information Solutions Inc. Francis K. Chan

The Co-operators

Transport Desgagnès Inc.

Dr. Cam Coady Foundation

Truck Loggers Association

Coast Capital Savings Credit Union

Wesgroup Equipment

The Construction Foundation of BC

Derek Williams

Dean Corbin

$2,000 – $4,999

Suzann Corona

ACM Advisors Ltd. Amazon Anshu and Romia Arora Engineers, BC Chapter

Patricia Horstead

Canadian National Railway Company

Touwslager Engineering Ltd.

ABC Recycling Ltd.

Holwill Management Ltd. Immigrant Services Society of British Columbia

Toro Aluminum

Abbotsford Community Foundation

Hemlock

Canadian Mineral Analysts

Chartered Professionals in Human Resources

3M Canada

Harris Rebar

Credit Union Foundation of BC Creo Stone Inc. Dr. Leelah Dawson Deloitte & Touche Foundation Canada DIRTT Environmental Solutions E.B. Horsman & Son Ltd. Edelman Vancouver EDI Environmental Dynamics Inc.

Stage Employees IATSE Local 891 Jacob Bros. Construction Ltd. Kathy Kinloch Lantic Inc. Leavitt Machinery Lower Mainland BC Land Surveyors Group Manulife Financial McElhanney Consulting Services Ltd. Mercer Human Resource Consulting Metro Testing & Engineering Ltd. Microserve Midwest Surveys Inc. Mott Electric GP Robert Nason Lorcan O’Melinn Omicron Canada Inc. Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey Association

Elastic Path Software Inc.

Pacific Coast Fishermen’s Mutual Marine Insurance Co.

Emcon Services Inc.

Pacific Flying Club

Enactus Canada

Parkland Refining (BC) Ltd.

Enterprise Holdings Foundation

PCI Developments LP

BC Federation of Drift Fishers

Federation of Community Social Services of B.C.

Pinchin Ltd.

BC Ferry & Marine Workers’ Union

FinishMaster Canada Inc.

BC Food Processors Association

First West Credit Union

Porsche Club of America, Canada West Region

BC Food Technologists, Jack Phillips and Jerry Heddinger Leadership Endowment

Fluor Canada Ltd.

PrismTech Graphics Ltd.

BC Marine Terminal Operators Association

Flynn Canada Ltd. Forge Properties

Premier Strategic Consulting International

AWC Process Solutions Ltd. Baker Tilly WM LLP Alex and Bonnie Barnetson BC Association of Medical Radiation Technologists Foundation

BCIT Women in Trades and Technology Beedie Luminaries Foundation Bird Construction Boeing

Fortinet Technologies (Canada) Inc. Gore Mutual Insurance Company Graham Construction Grand Lodge of Ancient Free & Accepted

PoCo Community Foundation

Prospera Credit Union Provincial Health Services Authority RDH Building Science Inc. Rennie Marketing Systems

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Ricoh Canada Inc.

Doris A. Bell

George and Joan Garrett

The W.A.U. Nicoll Robertson Charitable

Belle Construction Ltd.

Joseph M. Genest

Foundation Trust

Bennett Land Surveying Ltd.

Glance Technologies Inc.

Michael J. Sage

Manjit S. and Gurbakash K. Benning

Green Pacific Development Ltd.

Deanna Scott

Blackcomb Helicopters

Grosvenor Canada Ltd.

Shawn Robinson Consulting Ltd.

BlueShore Financial

GTI Graph Tech Innovations Ltd.

Solaris Management Consultants Inc.

Bodh S. Bowal

Colleen Hagen

Sophos Canada

Pamela J. Borman

Hichul and Myung-Sook Han

TEK Systems

Bosch Rexroth Canada

Hansen Industries Ltd.

Terasen Gas Inc.

Bowen Island Community Foundation

Kimberly Harmsen

Deborah Thompson

Ted Bowers

Total Graphics Inc. University of British Columbia

British Columbia Environment Industry Association

Mike Ansley, Dan Ansley, Rich Ansley & Bevin Heath Ansley

University Women’s Club of Vancouver, Loch Centennial Award Endowment

Brooke Radiology

Horatio Alger Association of Canada

Andrew Buckley

Brian Hosier

Urban Spirit Foundation

The Calgary Foundation

Murat Imren

VanCity Community Foundation

Canadian Cyber Defence Challenge

Catherine Insley

Vancouver Island Health Authority

Canadian Material Handling & Distribution Society

Intact Insurance

Canadian Mental Health Association

Interior Designers Institute of BC

Ventana Construction Corporation Estate of Doris Walkden Wheaton Precious Metals Corp. Whitewater Concrete Ltd.

Cansure Cao Foundation

Highwalker Earthworks Ltd.

Interface International Society of Automation

WSP Group

CFI Education Inc.

Information Systems Audit & Control Association, Vancouver Chapter

$500 – $1,999

CH Robinson Worldwide

IT/IQ Tech Recruiters

CI Investments

Clarke H. Jackson

7Geese

Cinesite Vancouver Inc.

Scott and Jackie Jacob

Adelaide Archer Construction Ltd.

CKNW

Janox Fluid Power Ltd.

Aerotek

Columbia Plastics Limited

Kerry Johnson

AES Engineering

Coquitlam Foundation

JRG Building Engineering

Air Canada Pilots Association

Leslie Courchesne

Kindred Construction Ltd.

Aircraft Electronics Association

Covertite Eastern Ltd.

Buu Lam

Educational Foundation

CUPE Local 379

Wing Lee and Family

Alberta Union of Provincial Employees

CUPE Local 389

Anne Linnewedel

Aligned Floor Coverings Inc.

CUPE Local 4627 – VCCEU

Lions Club of Mayne Island

Altec Integrated Solutions Ltd.

CUPE Local 801

Loblaw Scholarship Fund

AME Group

D&H Group

The Mac’s Tournament

American Society for Quality, Vancouver Section 408

Jonathan Detbrenner

James Macadam

American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, & Air-Conditioning

Michael and Jill Drever

Maple Ridge Fire and Rescue

Alf Dumont

Carolyn Mar

Eagleson Properties Ltd.

Mark It Developments, Inc.

EllisDon Corporation

Matson, Peck and Topliss

Doug Eveneshen

Anne McCannel

Excel Insurance Brokers (Metro Vancouver) Inc.

Paul and Sarah McCullough

FortisBC (Surrey)

Dr. David I. McLean and Dr. Siu Li Yong

Ames Tile & Stone Ltd. Maria Angerilli Appnovation Technologies Claire & Murray MacKenzie Foundation BA Blacktop Ltd. BC Land Surveyors Northern Group BCIT Biotechnology Advisory Committee Marilyn Beckett

Freshtap Logistics Inc. Freshwater Fisheries Society of B.C.

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McGregor & Thompson Hardware Ltd. Erin McNeill


Mechanical Contractors Association of BC

Royal Canadian Legion Trail Branch #11

Metaoptima Technology Inc. Metropolitan Fine Printers Inc.

Royal Canadian Legion Vancouver TVS Branch 44

Mining Suppliers Association of BC

School District 46 Sunshine Coast

Christopher J. Moore

Scott Construction Group

Keith Morrison

Skills For Hope Foundation

Murray Latta Progressive Machine Inc.

Carl and Wendy Slavin

Salim Nathu

South Asian Broadcasting Corporation

Navis Marine Insurance Brokers Ltd.

Susan Stanley

Nemetz (S/A) & Associates

Still Creek Press Ltd.

New Gold Inc.

Strategybox Growth Partners Inc.

Nicola Wealth Management

Swiss Water Decaffeinated Coffee Co. Inc.

NorLand Ltd. Northwest Plastics Ltd. Odlum Brown Ltd. Olympic Industries Inc. Pacific Blue Cross Pacific Gateway Hotel

– Poppy

Sysmex Canada, Inc. Syspro Software Ltd. Don V. Ta Talee Lumber Co. Ltd. Jordan Thompson

TRIBUTES AND MEMORIAL ENDOWMENTS BCIT Foundation gratefully acknowledges the giving of family, friends, individuals, and industry in honour of the following people. Lesli Balagno Cameron Barnetson Jerry Bastien Brian Beckett Olive Bell Kulvern Bowal Ozmer Catt Lisa Collins Brian Devereaux Luke Fahrmann Jordan Gaisford Rick Gaisford Philip Gardner Ken Garrett

Paladin Security & Investigations

Jeanette Timoffee

Parksville Qualicum Community Foundation

TLC Trades Labour Corporation Tri-City Cutting & Coring Ltd.

Payworks

Trimstyle Consulting Inc.

L. Catherine Jackson

Pazmac Enterprises Ltd.

Union Bay Credit Union

Linnewedel Eddy

Pena Family Foundation

Van Gogh Designs

Hong Mar

Anthony Polini

Vancouver Area Council CITT

Heather Mathieson

Primex Manufacturing Ltd

Vancouver Canucks Limited Partnership

Angela Mazzocato

Print Forward

Vancouver Maritime Arbitrators’ Association

Jordan McIldoon

Vancouver Municipal, Education & Community Workers’ Society

Terry Mulligan

Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada Qualicum Beach Chamber of Commerce Qualicum Beach Flying Club

Visier Solutions Inc.

Robert Hagen Linda Herman Elinor Hudon

Duncan McPhee Karen Neely Robert Nixon

Real Estate Council of BC

Catherine Watters

Recreational Aircraft Association (Chapter 85)

Wesbild Holdings Ltd. Westcana Electric Inc.

Tom Reed

Retail Council of Canada

Westcoast Boys Club Network Foundation

Trevor Rockliffe

Rimex Supply Ltd. Colleen Rockliffe

Westland Insurance

Jennifer Orum Robert Peck

Peter Rolston Margaret Sage

Karsha Rolston

Donna Wilson

Royal Arch Masons of BC and Yukon Territory

Brad J. Wise Woodrose Woodworking Inc.

Peter Thomson

Royal Canadian Legion 178,

Mark Worrall

Glenna Urbshadt

Shalom Branch

Brian Yang

James Wall

Royal Canadian Legion 83

Glenn Young

Nickolas Watters-Hatzisavva

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 140

Chunzia Zhao

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 27

Allen and Linda Zysblat

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 52

Keith Scott Ann Marie Sweeney

We greatly appreciate each gift in support of the BCIT Foundation, and we have made every effort to ensure the accuracy of this listing. Please notify us of any inaccuracies or omissions by contacting 604.432.8803. 13


Financials: Year at a Glance (fiscal year ending March 31, 2020)

Student Awards Granted 2019/20

Total Revenue: $9,038,000 $1 ,860,000 Investment income

$5 45,000 Gifts-in-kind

# of Recipients

Total Awarded

Entrance Awards

133

$296,532

Scholarships and In Term Awards

351

$479,740

Grad and Grad Achievement Awards

317

$274,185

Bursaries

1,162

$2,300,789

TOTAL

1,963

$3,351,246

Growth of Endowed Funds (in millions)

TOTAL $9,038,000

$31.0* 2020 $33.0 2019 $6,633,000 Cash gifts

$30.1 2018 $29.1 2017 $26.4 2016

0 *

5

10

15

20

25

30

35

Decline in market value at fiscal year-end due to initial market response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

THE INSPIRE CAMPAIGN BY THE NUMBERS

$ 450 m

worth of campus redevelopment and education renewal

$ 55.1 m

$ 125 m

to be raised through the Campaign

$ 20.4 m

$ 18.4 m

$ 16.3m

total funds raised to date

for campus redevelopment

for Access & Inclusion

for Teaching & Learning

April 1, 2014 –March 31, 2020

Health Sciences + Trades & Technology

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Innovation


Acknowledging our leaders We are immensely grateful for the efforts of our hard-working volunteer Board of Directors, Campaign Cabinet, and Patrons. Your vision and commitment to seeing BCIT students succeed as tomorrow’s leaders and innovators are what drives our continued success.

BCIT FOUNDATION BOARD Anthony Barke Chair, BCIT Foundation Principal, Anthony Barke Inc.

Malcolm Hunter Director, BCIT Foundation President, Deeley Group of Companies

Wayne Berg Secretary/Treasurer, BCIT Foundation Chief Commercial Officer, Coast Capital Savings

Richard Rudderham Director, BCIT Foundation Chief Human Resources Officer, BMO Financial Group

Guy Elliott Director, BCIT Foundation Director of Corporate Accounting, Teck Resources Ltd.

Donna Wilson Director, BCIT Foundation Executive Vice President, People, Diagnostic & Treatment Services, PHSA

Cathy Young Director, BCIT Foundation Principal, Young Strategies Ltd.

INSPIRE CAMPAIGN CABINET David Podmore, O.B.C.** Chair, INSPIRE Campaign Co-founder & Chair, Concert Properties Sarah Bell* Chief Operating Officer, BC Children’s Hospital and Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children, and Interim Chief Nursing Officer & Head of Professional Practice, PHSA Wayne Berg Chief Commercial Officer, Coast Capital Savings Credit Union Peter Blake* Former CEO, Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Sunny Ghataurah* President, AES Engineering Judi Hess CEO, Copperleaf Technologies Inc. Peter Hrdlitschka* President, Ledcor Construction Ltd.

Malcolm Hunter President, Deeley Group of Companies Bob Rennie, O.B.C. Executive Director & Founder, Rennie

Jake Kerr, O.C., O.B.C. Principal Owner & Managing Partner, Vancouver Canadians Baseball and Lancaster JetHawks

Terry Salman** President & CEO, Salman Capital Inc.

Carol Lee President & CEO, Linacare Cosmetherapy Inc.

Asifa Samji* Senior Vice President, Stantec Consulting Ltd.

Randy Smallwood* President & CEO, Wheaton Precious Metals Corp.

Donna Wilson Executive Vice President, People and Diagnostic & Treatment Services, PHSA

The Honourable Carole Taylor, O.C.** Canada Chair, Trilateral Commission

CAMPAIGN PATRONS

David Tuccaro** President, CEO & Founder, Tuccaro Group

Lisa Ethans Financial Consultant and Professional Corporate Board Member Don Kayne* CEO, Canfor

Alumni Honorary Doctorate

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— THE BRITISH COLUMBIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. EDUCATION FOR A COMPLEX WORLD.

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