How to Apply for a Child
You can apply on behalf of a child with a disability (under the age of 18) if:
- The child is a BC resident
- The child has not previously benefited from a $150 grant from Endowment 150
- You hold an RDSP
- The child with a disability must be listed as the RDSP’s beneficiary
- Find out how to get an RDSP if you don’t already have one
- You receive the federal Disability Tax Credit (DTC) on behalf of the child
- The DTC is available to persons with a disability to help reduce income taxes. To be eligible for the DTC you (or your dependent) must have a severe and prolonged impairment. The DTC is a requirement when opening an RDSP
- Find out more information about the DTC.
- Review the Canada Revenue Agency requirements for receiving the DTC and download the DTC application forms
Here’s what you’ll need to include with your application to Endowment 150:
- A copy of a recent RDSP statement, transaction record, or confirmation from the bank where your RDSP is deposited
- Make sure this includes: the RDSP beneficiary (the child with a disability that the RDSP is intended to support), the RDSP holder (often a parent or guardian), and the RDSP account number
- “Recent” means dated less than 6 months ago
- If you do not have a copy of a recent RDSP statement or transaction record, this form is to be filled out and stamped by your financial institution.
Application Form Options:
- You can now fill out the form online! Just click the button below and enter in your information.
- Mail or fax in your application form to Plan Institute (see address below). Click on the option below to download and print the PDF.
Suite 260 – 3665 Kingsway
Vancouver, BC V5R 5W2
Click the buttons below to download the PDF or fill out the application online.
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