Foundation / Corporation
Quesnel Community Foundation
03/17/21 5:00 PM
Grants to British Columbia registered charities for projects that benefit local residents in eligible regions. Applicants must submit an LOI prior to applying. The two focus areas for the current cycle are arts and culture and forest stewardship and safety, recreation, and conservation. Eligible projects are those that benefit the residents of Quesnel and the North Cariboo region.
Grants from Quesnel Community Foundation are intended to support projects that benefit local area residents, provide a service to the community or take a new or innovative approach to needs and concerns within the North Cariboo region. The Quesnel Foundation issues grants annually to the community. The amount is based on a percentage of the Endowment Fund total. There are currently two Field of Interest grants established by donors in the community.
Preference will be given to new initiatives that:
The Quesnel Community Foundation funds projects in the areas of Arts, Education, Environment, Recreation and Social Programs.
GrantWatch ID#: 165738
Projects must be completed by October 31 of the calendar year. Projects that cannot be completed must apply for an extension.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
E-mail LOI and completed application to:
Quesnel Community Foundation
P.O.Box 4158, Quesnel,
British Columbia, V2J 3J2
Adrian Monych or Doug Service
Grants Committee Chair
Canada: British Columbia: Quesnel;
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