City of Richmond
10/28/20 5:00 PM Receipt
Grants to British Columbia nonprofit societies for programs that enhance the lives of residents in eligible locations. Funding is intended to support projects and services in the areas of safety, social development, health, community events, recreation, and parks. Funds must serve the residents of Richmond.
The City of Richmond provides the annual City Grant Program to help support the work of community service organizations. The goal of these Programs is to increase community capacity to benefit Richmond residents by assisting non-profit community organizations to deliver programs and services.
Grant program goals:
Health, Social and Safety Grants and Parks, Recreation and Community Events Grants may be used for the following purposes:
Items eligible for funding are those required to directly deliver the project, including regular operating expenses or program/project specific expenses, including:
GrantWatch ID#: 138359
There are two streams of grant requests, (1) $5,000 or less and (2) over $5,000.
Applicants receiving City Grants for a minimum of the five most recent consecutive years for the same purpose are eligible to apply for a maximum three-year funding cycle for ongoing operations, services or events. Multi-year requests must be for the same purpose for each of the three years.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Application portal: https://www.richmond.ca/services/communitysocialdev/socialplanning/citygrant/applyonline/
For Health, Social and Safety Grants, contact:
Lesley Sherlock, Social Planner
For Parks, Recreation and Community Events Grants, contact:
Beayue Louie, Park Planner
Community Services Department
City of Richmond
6911 No. 3 Road
Richmond British Columbia V6Y 2C1
City of Richmond
Canada: British Columbia;
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Grant of $9,000 to a USA, Canada, or International early-career psychologist for child psychology research projects. The purpose of the program is for research and demonstration projects that foster an understanding of the relationship between self-identity and scholast
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Grants to British Columbia schools to provide basic necessities for needy school children. Funding is intended to support the cost of items such as clothing, food, and educational resources for students. Requests will be accepted from school boards and schools throughou
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