Funding Opportunities for Communities

FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR COMMUNITIES

NameLinkPurposeAmountDeadline
McCreary Centre Society
Click HereBC youth (ages 12–19) from school districts that participated in the 2018 BC Adolescent Health Survey can deliver a project to improve youth health in their school or community.
Ongoing
TD Friends of the Environment Foundation
Click HereThe Foundation supports a wide range of environmental initiatives, with a primary focus on environmental education and green space programs.
Needs- based, generally$2000- $8000
Summer submission: July 15, 2020
(Know by October.)
BC Rehab Project Grant
Click HereFunds are available to non-profit organizations or community groups based in British Columbia. Be consistent with BC Rehab’s mission of supporting efforts to create inclusive communities in BC and expand opportunities for people living with disabilities.
$2000- $5000
May 22, 2020 (June notification)
August 22, 2020 (September notification)
HCTF GO GrantsClick HereFocus on outdoors, hands-on experiences and field trips.
$600- 3500September 1, 2020 (Field trips Sept-March)
Shell in the CommunityClick HereFunding for community projects and initiatives that are located near our Shell facilities and exploration interests throughout Canada.$500+Ongoing
April 15, 2020
June 15, 2020
Artists in the Classroom Click HereBring Artists to your classroom! Up to $3500 May 19, 2020
Grant(small-scale)
Up to $10,000 (large-scale)
Breakfast Club of CanadaClick HereEstablishing and or strengthening breakfast programs for schools. ??Ongoing
Computers for Schools BC
Click HereIncreasing access to technology by offering low cost and free computers to schools and school boards
N/AOngoing
Honda Canada FoundationClick HereFunding can be granted to charitable groups with CRA status such as educational institutions. ??Ongoing
KidSport BC ProgramClick HereIndividual funding for students looking to participate in sports. Up to $400Ongoing
RBC Children’s Mental Health Project FundClick HerePrograms that address youth and family’s immediate need to access mental health services. Especially focused on navigation problems, technology-based solutions and programs that increase access to care.
??Ongoing
Safeway Donations and Sponsorship
Click HereFocus on building healthy communities by supporting human health and nutrition, hunger prevention, people with disabilities and community-based activities
<$100-See store
>$100- Online
Ongoing
Suncor Community Investment
Click HereFunding priorities reflect our commitment to foster mutual benefit by combining community and Suncor strengths to co-create social, economic and environmental solutions
Up to $50,000
Farm to Cafeteria
Click HereThe goal is to enhance a farm to school activity with a Salad Bar service model.
Up to $10,000
March 27, 2020
Imperial
Click HereFocus on innovation and sustainability, indigenous leadership and capacity building, strong operating communities
Applications re-open Feb. 17, 2020