Grant Information


The Pryde Family Travel Grant aids students enrolled in medical or graduate programs in Canada.

This grant was established in honour of the Pryde family and friends, and the friends and family of Sean Delaney, who have hosted The Sean Delaney Golf Memorial Classic since 2007, the year that Sean passed away from a severe allergic reaction. Since this time, more than $5.2 million has been raised for Food Allergy Canada, in support of food allergy research and education programs.
Number of travel grants awarded
Up to two travel grants will be awarded, with a maximum value of $500 each.

Recipient selection
Eligible applicants will be entered into a lottery, from which two recipients will be drawn.

To be eligible, you must be one of the following:
  • Post-secondary student who is enrolled in a medical or graduate studies program in Canada
  • Allied healthcare professional working with allergists in Canada
  • Resident or fellow undergoing residency training in a program certified by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
In addition, you must be attending an academic program/event related to food allergies within the next 12 months, such as a conference, workshop, semester abroad, or clinical placement program (i.e. this is not for tuition). This travel grant must be used to offset the costs of attending that program/event and funds must be used within 12 months of issue.

Applicants need to outline their reasons for choosing the program/event and the anticipated benefits of their participation in relation to their educational goals. This travel grant may only be received once. Children of Food Allergy Canada staff, board members, or consultants are not eligible.

The successful recipients will be expected to submit a short summary report describing how they benefited from the event/program. This will be shared with the Pryde family.

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* 1. Application process and deadline date
Please submit ALL of the following by the deadline date of March 22, 2019.