Free Supports & Services
The following supports and services are provided by the Access RDSP partnership which includes BCANDS, DABC, and Plan Institute, with support from the Vancouver Foundation.
Help with the RDSP
For information regarding the RDSP or disability planning, call Plan Institute’s information helpline at 1-844-311-7526. Interested in how you can receive a $150 gift to start growing your RDSP? Click here, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the Plan Institute office at 604-439-9566.
RDSP Information Sessions:
Learn all you need to know about becoming eligible, opening and maximizing the benefits from an RDSP. We offer ongoing free workshops throughout the year in-person and via tele-seminar.
If you’re a BC resident and are eligible for the RDSP, you can receive a $150 gift towards your RDSP account!
If you're a BC resident you could receive a $150 gift towards your RDSP!
If you would like to share any of this information, you can view our Media Kit here.
On September 1st, Plan Institute, Disability Alliance of BC (DABC), and the British Columbia Aboriginal Network on Disability Society (BCANDS) launched a new 4-year project partnership called Access RDSP, with the support of the Vancouver Foundation.
The project’s mandate is to increase the number of British Columbians who have a Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) through various supports and services. DABC will provide assistance with Disability Tax Credit (DTC) applications and information and workshops about the RDSP. Plan Institute operates an RDSP and disability planning information helpline (1-844-311-7526), hosts RDSP workshops, and helps individuals and families with low-incomes save for their future through the Endowment 150 fund, which provides a one-time $150 gift to help their RDSP grow. BCANDS will also provide RDSP and DTC assistance to indigenous British Columbians.
For more information on the Endowment 150 fund or to apply, please click here.
Scroll down to view RDSP services and support from our partners.
These initiatives are made possible with generous support from the