The Military Police Fund for Blind Children

Application Procedures

In order for an application to be considered and to avoid unnecessary delays, applicants must adhere to the following directives:

  1. Complete in full the MPFBC Submission Form (Annex A).
  2. A letter or other correspondence from a competent authority (doctor, social worker, educational therapist, etc) describing the medical condition of the person and severity of visual impairment.
  3. It is encouraged to submit an introduction letter in which the parent or sponsor describes how and why the specific item(s) and/or service(s) would assist the beneficiary.
  4. In very rare circumstances where it can be clearly and undeniably shown that only one resource is possible, singles quotes will be considered.  In such circumstances, the Unit Representative must be made aware of this fact well in advance of the submission deadline.
  5. There are three types of items and/or services that the MPFBC may provide funding for:
    a. funding for item(s) such as computer equipment which requires a minimum of three official quotes.
    b. funding for general services (i.e. horseback riding, music lessons, therapy, therapeutic horseback riding) which requires two official quotes; and
    c. funding for unique services (i.e. Camp Hornby, Space Camp) only one official quote is required.  

Applicants from Southern Alberta should send their applications to:

Nicholas Gervais
Caporal | Corporal
Patrouilleur | Patrolman
1re unité de la PM | 1 MP Unit
Peloton Suffield | Suffield Platoon
Police Militaire | Military Police
Défense nationale | National Defence
Téléphone | Telephone 403-544-4301
Télécopieur | Facsimile 403-544-4863
CSN 86-520-4301
Téléimprimeur (Défense nationale) | Teletypewriter (National Defence) 1-800-467-9877
Gouvernement du Canada | Government of Canada