Foundation / Corporation
Kitimat Community Foundation (KCF)
Grants to British Columbia registered charities for community building and development in eligible regions. Funding will be provided to organizations providing services in the following areas: education, health, local environment, sports and recreation, social services, and arts and culture. Funds will go towards local registered charities for a specific project or program, equipment and/or resources that are shown to benefit the communities of Kitimat and/or Kitamaat Village.
Preference will be given to those projects that:
The Board seeks initiatives which will:
GrantWatch ID#: 145770
The funds to be distributed in 2021 will be determined based on assessing grant applications and needs in the community as well as the amount of money the Foundation has raised in the previous year.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Completed applications must be submitted to:
or by hard copy to:
Kitimat Community Foundation
Canada: British Columbia: Kitimat and/or Kitamaat Village;
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