Municipal District of Bighorn
08/21/20 - Deadline for Community Grants; Applications for Council Discretionary Grants and Community Enhancement Grants are accepted on an ongoing basis.
Grants to Alberta nonprofit community organizations for a broad range of activities to benefit the local community. Some applicants are required to contact the Funding Source prior to submission of a full proposal. Funding is intended to support projects in the areas of culture, recreation (parks and sports), facilities, special activities, and family and community support services. Requests will be accepted for capital projects, operating support, and maintenance costs. Activities must benefit residents of the Municipal District of Bighorn.
The Municipal District of Bighorn provides grants to eligible recipients for various purposes:
Community Grants Program Grant Types:
GrantWatch ID#: 143980
- Community Grant: For use January – December 2021
- Council Discretionary Fund Grants: For use during the current year
- Community Enhancement Grant Projects: must be completed within one year
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Completed applications, with all required documents, can be submitted to:
M.D. of Bighorn
Box 310, 2 Heart Mountain Drive
Exshaw, Alberta, T0L 2C0
E-mail Community Enhancement Applications to:
Email other grant applications to:
Community Services Coordinator
Phone: 403-673-3611, ext. 223
Direct Questions to Deb Grady.
Municipal District of Bighorn No. 8
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