Cranbrook and District Community Foundation and the Community Fund for Canada’s 150th
Grants ranging from $100 to $15,000 to Cranbrook area, British Columbia nonprofits and agencies for programs in the areas of education, the environment, arts, culture and heritage, physical activity and sports, programs for seniors, and social and health services. The programs will be connected to Canada’s sesquicentennial and responsive to local needs. The Foundation serves Cranbrook and the surrounding area, including Fort Steele, Wasa, Wardner, Jaffray, Moyie, and Yahk.
Eligible projects must be based in Canada, must be connected to Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation, and must work towards the Fund’s objectives, to:
- Encourage participation in community activities and events to mark Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation;
- Inspire a deeper understanding about the people, places, and events that shape the country and its communities; or
- Build vibrant and healthy communities with the broadest possible engagement of all Canadians, including indigenous peoples; groups that reflect its cultural diversity; youth; and official language minorities.
Examples of eligible expenditures include:
- Equipment rental;
- Promotional products and publicity expenditures;
- Reasonable salaries and benefits or professional fees related specifically to project activities, for example: project coordination and implementation, event management, production, translation, Web design and project-related research.
GrantWatch ID#: 135933
Grants from the Fund may range from $100 to $15,000, but exact amounts will be determined at the local level by participating community foundations.
Eligible projects must commit to performing funded activities and expenditures between the date that the grant is approved and before January 31, 2018.
Canada: British Columbia: Cranbrook and the surrounding area, including Fort Steele, Wasa, Wardner, Jaffray, Moyie, and Yahk;
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