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December 2023 to May 2024

Alberta Grants:

Alberta grants refer to financial assistance programs and funding opportunities provided by the government of Alberta, a province in Canada. These grants are designed to support various individuals, organizations, businesses, and communities in Alberta to achieve specific goals or address specific needs. They can cover a wide range of areas, including education, agriculture, healthcare, environmental conservation, arts and culture, research and innovation, small business development, and more.

Grants List

  • Community Event Grant Program

    Strathcona County

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, December 15, 2023 - Friday, March 15, 2024

    The CREST (Community Recreational Event and Sport Tourism) Investment program aims to boost sport hosting in Strathcona County and as a result increase sport tourism and tourism revenues in Strathcona County. The Community Large Scale Event Investment program is available for not-for-profit organizations hosting large scale, sustainable festivals or events that enhance the quality of life of residents and supports new or existing events that attract visitors.

  • Community League Ice Rink Grant

    EPCOR

    Funding Amount:

    $800

    Deadline:

    Friday, December 15, 2023

    We want Edmontonians to embrace winter and be able to participate in some of our most beloved outdoor winter activities like skating and hockey. That's why each year, we provide community league grants to help cover the costs of setting up an ice rink where community members can play and skate safely.

  • Every Kid Every Community (EKEC) Grant

    Hockey Alberta Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Friday, December 15, 2023 - Friday, March 15, 2024

    The goal is to provide every child in Alberta the opportunity to play hockey, have fun and, in many cases, experience the sport for the first time. Funding through Every Kid Every Community is available to assist amateur sports organizations, minor hockey organizations, youth groups, recreation groups, or any community group with an idea, project or program that helps establish an event or program to get local children active in hockey.

  • Rotary Club of Grande Prairie

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, December 15, 2023 - Friday, March 15, 2024

    The Rotary Club's principles and values: promote family values and healthy communities; provide opportunities primarily to assist youth, seniors and those in need from the greater Grande Prairie/Peace River area.

  • Co-op Community Investment Fund

    Federated Co-operatives Limited

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Sunday, December 31, 2023 - Sunday, March 31, 2024

    FCL's Community Investment Fund supports community programs and organizations that matter to our employees. This fund is administered by employee-led committees in Calgary, Edmonton, Regina, Saskatoon and Winnipeg.

  • EQUS Operation Round Up

    EQUS

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Sunday, December 31, 2023 - Sunday, March 31, 2024

    In being dedicated to the communities we serve, EQUS provides funds through Operation Round Up to organizations and initiatives that support and benefit seniors, youth or children in the rural communities that EQUS serves.

  • Recreation Grant – Community Hall and Outdoor Amenity Capital Assistance Grant

    Yellowhead County

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Sunday, December 31, 2023 - Sunday, March 31, 2024

    Grants of up to $10,000 to Alberta non-profit community groups and societies in eligible locations to provide capital funding for outdoor and community facilities. Applicants must contact program staff prior to applying. Eligible uses of funding include furniture and equipment purchases, repairs, renovations, new facilities, and new outdoor amenities. Applicants must have their facility located within Yellowhead County boundaries.

  • Arts Development Festival Funding

    City of Grande Prairie

    Funding Amount:

    $14,000

    Deadline:

    Tuesday, January 2, 2024

    Grants of up to $14,000 to Alberta non-profit organizations in eligible locations to support arts and cultural festivals benefitting the local community. Funding may be requested for both new and existing festivals that are open to the public. Festivals will be evaluated on the basis of entertainment value, artistic and cultural benefit to the community, and ability to attract visitors to the area. Applicants must be located within Grande Prairie.

  • Foundation Grant

    Alberta Law Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Tuesday, January 2, 2024 - Monday, January 29, 2024

    The Alberta Law Foundation supports projects that fit with the Foundation's policies, objectives and priorities. Groups must be non-profit incorporated organizations or one with a board of directors or equivalent supervisory body.

  • Community Facility Enhancement Program (CFEP)

    Small Grant Stream Government of Alberta

    Funding Amount:

    $125,000

    Deadline:

    Monday, January 15, 2024

    Community Facility Enhancement Program (CFEP) funding provides financial assistance to acquire, build, purchase, repair, renovate, upgrade or expand sports, recreational, cultural or other related public-use community facilities.

  • Community Initiatives Program (CIP)

    Project-Based Grant Government of Alberta - Alberta Culture and Status of Women

    Funding Amount:

    $75,000

    Deadline:

    Monday, January 15, 2024

    CIP Project-Based funding is approved on a matching basis. The applicant must contribute towards the expenses of the project an equal or greater amount than the CIP Project-Based grant request. The matching funding may be in the form of cash or donated labor, equipment or materials, all of which must be directly related to the project.

  • Sponsorship and Grant Funding

    Leduc County

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Monday, January 15, 2024 - Friday, March 15, 2024

    Leduc County recognizes the importance of supporting residents and organizational events or functions that provide services to county residents.

  • Community League Infrastructure Program (CLIP)

    City of Edmonton

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Wednesday, January 17, 2024

    The Community League Infrastructure Program (CLIP) provides funding assistance to community leagues for capital costs to preserve and enhance existing facilities or for construction of new facilities that provide an overall benefit to the community and value to the citizens of Edmonton. School would need to be collaborating with local community league on the application.

  • Environmental Impact Grant

    Alberta Ecotrust

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, January 19, 2024

    Secure funding for projects across Alberta that deliver nature-based solutions, further climate resilient communities, or advance a circular economy.

  • Community Grant Program

    Calgary Flames Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Friday, January 26, 2024

    The Calgary Flames Foundation supports charitable organizations in southern Alberta working to bring positive change to the lives of southern Albertans. We are proud to partner and support over 75 different charities in our community through impactful and unique programming on an annual basis.

  • Community Grants

    Banff Canmore Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, January 26, 2024

    The farthest-reaching grant program in the Bow Valley, these grants channel local residents’ support to projects with the greatest potential to address our most pressing challenges and to drive positive change.

  • Community Initiatives Program (CIP)

    Operating grant Government of Alberta

    Funding Amount:

    $75,000

    Deadline:

    Tuesday, January 30, 2024

    The Community Initiatives Program (CIP) Operating grant supports eligible non-profit organizations in their ability to operate and deliver services to the vulnerable and disadvantaged.

  • Helping Hand Grants

    Vision Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Tuesday, January 30, 2024

    From barn raisings to harvest time, rural Albertans have a long tradition of lending a hand when it's needed. That's why Vision Credit Union is proud to offer Helping Hand Grants to qualifying organizations for capital projects that benefit our communities.

  • Community Capital Grants

    Cochrane Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Wednesday, January 31, 2024

    Community Capital Grants help local non-profit organizations in Cochrane and Area with capital projects that aim to improve the quality of life in our community.

  • Community Enhancement Fund: Operating Grants

    Wheatland County

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Wednesday, January 31, 2024

    Grants to Alberta non-profit organizations in eligible regions for operational expenses. Focus areas include beautification, community enhancement, entertainment, recreation, and other projects that benefit the community. The program is intended to invest taxpayer dollars annually to support recreational, cultural, and other community activities, facilities, and resources that are utilized by Wheatland County residents.

  • Building Communities Grant

    Calgary Parks Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $30,000

    Deadline:

    Thursday, February 1, 2024

    The Building Communities Grant can be used for the development of new or improved community-led park or playground projects.

  • Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation

    Edmonton Oilers Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Thursday, February 1, 2024

    The Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation offers support for registered charitable organizations in Northern and Central Alberta. The EOCF is focused on objectives and funding decisions that are aligned with the following target groups and areas: Programs aimed at those most vulnerable in our community, especially Edmonton's downtown and youth hockey programming with a goal to increase participation of under-represented groups in our community.

  • Heritage Awareness Grants

    Alberta Heritage Funding

    Funding Amount:

    $25,000

    Deadline:

    Thursday, February 1, 2024Ongoing

    The Heritage Preservation Partnership Program provides matching grants and scholarship funds to support initiatives that preserve and interpret Alberta’s heritage.

  • Heritage Publication Grants

    Alberta Heritage Funding

    Funding Amount:

    $25,000

    Deadline:

    Thursday, February 1, 2024

    The Heritage Preservation Partnership Program provides matching grants and scholarship funds to support initiatives that preserve and interpret Alberta’s heritage

  • Heritage Research Grants

    Alberta Heritage Funding

    Funding Amount:

    $25,000

    Deadline:

    Thursday, February 1, 2024

    Apply for a grant to support research projects that preserve, interpret and promote appreciation of Alberta’s history.

  • Sponsorship of Environmental Initiatives

    City of Edmonton

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Thursday, February 1, 2024

    The sponsorship program is aimed at supporting initiatives that specifically address the goals of Edmonton's Community Energy Transition Strategy & Action Plan and/or the suggested areas covered by the Climate Change Adaptation & Resiliency Strategy. Qualified initiatives must also enhance the reputation and visibility of the City of Edmonton.

  • Community Grants

    Calgary Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Wednesday, February 14, 2024

    The Community Grants program aims to strengthen the charitable sector and engage citizens. We have made some adaptations to the program that reflect the ongoing effects of the pandemic, our commitment to Reconciliation, and advancing equity and systemic change.

  • Flagship

    Edmonton Realtors' Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $60,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, February 16, 2024

    Our Flagship Funding offers a three-year pledge to three new charities annually in the total amount of $60,000. The hope of this funding is to benefit charities and their community by providing more reliable funding for long-term goals to enhance the sustainability of programs

  • Community Grants

    Edmonton Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, March 1, 2024

    Our Community Grants Program provides financial support to charities in the greater Edmonton area. Through this program, you can get support for a wide range of operational needs. We provide funding for programs, equipment, renovations, and more.

  • Community Support Organizations Operating Funding

    Alberta Foundation for the Arts (AFA)

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Friday, March 1, 2024

    Grants to Alberta community-based arts non-profit organizations to support general operating costs. First-time candidates must contact program staff well in advance of the deadline and request an online registration prior to applying. Funding is intended to support activities and programs for communities, including those with limited arts opportunities.

  • Airdrie and District Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, March 15, 2024

    The Airdrie & District Community Foundation is a community catalyst committed to being a vehicle for individuals, businesses and organizations to participate in the creation of an enduring legacy.

  • Community Grant

    CFSEA Community Foundation of Southeastern Alberta

    Funding Amount:

    $100,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, March 15, 2024

    Community Grants support communities across Southeastern Alberta by enhancing belonging of all citizens and strengthening the non-profit and voluntary sectors. Donors choose this fund as a way to allocate their contributions to support the community’s greatest needs.

  • Edmonton Realtors’ Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Funding categories include: Hunger, Shelter, Accessibility.

  • Young Edmonton Grants

    Edmonton Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $3,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, March 15, 2024

    Edmonton Community Foundation strengthens the community by connecting donors to charities and causes that are important to them. Young Edmonton Grants provides funding for projects initiated, led and organized by young Edmonton and are residents between ages 13 and 25.

  • Drayton Valley Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $31,500

    Deadline:

    Sunday, March 31, 2024

    Grants are like gifts, only they have the ability to give back to entire communities! If you’ve been working hard on a project to help enhance Drayton Valley, let us shoulder some of that responsibility. We are the source to connect you to donor funds: if you’re a “do-er,” we’re here to help you find a giver. Let’s make your idea reality. Because that’s what community is all about!

  • Rocky Mountain House Community Grant

    Town of Rocky Mountain House

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Sunday, March 31, 2024

    The Town of Rocky Mountain House has established a Community Grant Program to provide financial assistance towards projects or events that are community-driven, to enhance and enrich the Town of Rocky Mountain House. Locally-based, registered non-profit organizations are encouraged to apply.

  • Community Grant Funding Program

    The City of Beaumont Council

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Monday, April 1, 2024

    Community Grant Program funding opportunities are available to community organizations to fund: one-time projects and initiatives of community organizations that enhance community safety; operating (core) expenses of organizations in their development stage; or events that are primarily designated and delivered to the general population that attract visitors, significantly contribute to the local economy, promote volunteerism and value-added to Beaumont.

  • Community Initiatives Program (CIP)

    Major Cultural & Sport Events Government of Alberta

    Funding Amount:

    $250,000

    Deadline:

    Monday, April 1, 2024

    The Community Initiatives Program (CIP) provides funding for organizations that create opportunities for Albertans to engage with and help develop their communities. CIP outcomes are to strengthen leadership and organizational capacity of community organizations and to support community-driven goals that have a public benefit.

  • Smart and Caring Communities Grant Program

    Red Deer and District Community Foundation (RDDCF)

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Monday, April 1, 2024

    Smart and Caring Grants help make communities across Central Alberta a great place to live for everyone by enhancing a sense of belonging for all citizens and strengthening the non-profit and voluntary sectors.

  • Women In Motion

    InMotion Network

    Funding Amount:

    $2,500

    Deadline:

    Monday, April 1, 2024

    In Motion Network long term goal is to facilitate high quality programs that encourage girls, teens and women to get active.

  • Major Arts Presenters Operating Funding

    Alberta Foundation for the Arts

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Tuesday, April 1, 2025

    This grant provides funding in three-year cycles to eligible professional organizations that produce large-scale public presentations of arts disciplines.

  • Community Impact Project Grant

    Edmonton Heritage Council Grants

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    To be announced (TBA)

    Community Impact Project Grants are designed to provide assistance for individuals or non-profit organizations to undertake projects that preserve, research, document, interpret, celebrate, and raise awareness of the history and heritage of Edmonton.

  • Alberta Local Province Grants

    Alberta CA Announces Local Province Grants

    Funding Amount:

    $42,000,000

    Deadline:

    1/19/2024

  • Supply And Install Of Two Playgrounds – Bid GovSpend

    Supply And Install Of Two Playgrounds - Bid GovSpend

    Funding Amount:

    $200,000

    Deadline:

    Tuesday, January 23rd, 2024

    The County is seeking proposals from qualified proponents for the supply and installation of playground equipment for the following playgrounds: 1. Colchester Community Hall Playground 2. Sherwood Heights Sports Park Playground

  • Lloydminster AB Playground Bid GovSpend

    Lloydminster AB Playground Bid GovSpend

    Funding Amount:

    $95,000

    Deadline:

    1/19/2024

  • Lac La Biche AB Playground Bid GovSpend

    Lac La Biche AB Playground Bid GovSpend

    Funding Amount:

    $250,000

    Deadline:

    04/08/2024

    Lac La Biche County invites proponents to submit proposals to design, supply and install twoplayground structures for children ages 2 to 12 years old with swing sets either incorporated or asseparate structures,

  • Cochrane AB Multiple Playground Bid GovSpend

    Cochrane AB Multiple Playground Bid GovSpend

    Funding Amount:

    $600,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    RFP for as many as 6 playgrounds

  • Innisfail AB School Play Bid GovSpend

    Innisfail AB School Play Bid GovSpend

    Funding Amount:

    $100,000

    Deadline:

    03/28/2024

    Chinook’s Edge School Division (CESD) is soliciting Proposals from qualifi ed playground vendors(Vendor) to design, provide and install playground equipment on the site of the new PenholdWaskasoo Middle School as detailed in this Request

  • Okotoks AB Receives State Grant For Playground

    Okotoks AB Receives State Grant For Playground

    Funding Amount:

    $100,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    City has received a $100,000 grant from the federal Enabling Accessibility Fund towards adding aninclusive and accessible playground for Howard Park.

  • Calgary AB Park Looks At Master Plan GovSpend

    Calgary AB Park Looks At Master Plan GovSpend

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    04/02/2024

    City will evaluate park master plan at Big Marlborough Park

  • Calgary AB Outlines Parks Plans And Spending

    Calgary AB Outlines Parks Plans And Spending

    Funding Amount:

    $18,000,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Calgary outlines future parks spending

  • Edmonton Catholic School AB Play Bid GovSpend

    Edmonton Catholic School AB Play Bid GovSpend

    Funding Amount:

    $100,000

    Deadline:

    04/02/2024

    Bid for various playgrounds in district

  • Lacombe AB Play Bid GovSpend

    Lacombe AB Play Bid GovSpend

    Funding Amount:

    $297,000

    Deadline:

    3/28/2024

    Bid for two playgrounds, $297 K budget. The City of Lacombe invites qualified playground construction company to submit a proposal to design new playgrounds, remove the existing structures (except for the swing sets), and supply and install new structures and amenities for a safe and enjoyable play area for children and families for many years to come.

  • AB-2024-03391: Request for Proposals for Willow Park Inclusive Playground Equipment

    AB-2024-03391: Request for Proposals for Willow Park Inclusive Playground Equipment

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    City of Leduc, Alberta - This opportunity is open. Details: AB-2024-03391: Request for Proposals for Willow Park Inclusive Playground Equipment City of Leduc Opportunity Notice Request for Proposals for Willow Park Inclusive Playground Equipment Opportunity Information Organization: City of Leduc Organization Address: Reference Number: AB-2024-03391 Solicitation Number: RFP-2024-IP-031 Solicitation Type: Request for Pr...

  • Kinetic GPO Cooperative Purchasing

    Kinetic GPO Cooperative Purchasing

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    RFx General Information Opportunity TypeNotice TypeOpportunity DescriptionKinetic GPO Cooperative PurchasingOpportunity IDStatusSource System General information for Kinetic GPO Cooperative Purchasing - Lot : 1 / Amendment : 0 Issued by Township of Langley General information for Kinetic GPO Cooperative Purchasing - Lot : 1 / Amendment : 0 Main Commodity Artificial turf General information for Kinetic GPO Cooperative Purchasing - Lot : 1 / Amendment : 0 Other Commodities Office supply Cleaning and janitorial supplies Warehousing equipment and supplies Electric vehicle charging systems Traffic control Playground equipment Office furniture Pest control Electric vehicle charging station Multi function printers Cleaning or janitorial cart accessories Playground system Elevator maintenance services Construction equipment rental or leasing service Roofing service Information technology consultation services Uniform rental Site office BC GSIN CommoditiesLot #Lot refers to a stage in an RFx.1Amendment #0 Amendment History Issue Date2024-02-01 10:45:00 AM Closing Date and Time2024-12-12 11:45:00 PM Delivery of Submissions Submissions must be submitted using one of the following delivery methods: Email address General information for Kinetic GPO Cooperative Purchasing - Lot : 1 / Amendment : 0 Contact AddressDelivery of Submissions Submissions must be submitted using one of the following delivery methods: BC Bid Electronic Submission: Submit an electronic Submission using BC Bid. Only pre-authorized electronic bidders registered on the BC Bid system can make an electronic Submission using the BC Bid system. or <p>inquiries please email: bidsinfo@tol.ca</p> Closing LocationOpening Date and Time (yyyy-MM-dd)View Unverified BidsOpening LocationSummary Details1. This Notice is being sent to all suppliers registered under BC Bid however this information may not apply to all Suppliers.2. The Corporation of Township of Langley intends to participate in one or more procurements conducted by Kinetic GPO from February 1, 2024 and December 12, 2024.3. Kinetic GPO is a cooperative purchasing organization established for Broader Public Sector and MASH entities across Canada, with the specific purpose of reducing procurement cost by leveraging the purchasing power of group buying and saving our members time by simplifying steps to procure.For further information about the Kinetic GPO and the contracting process, please visit https://www.kineticgpo.ca/4. All enquiries specific to this NOI can be directed to bidsinfo@tol.ca5. The Kinetic GPO cooperative contracts categories include but are not limited to the following: Warehousing, Material Handling and Production Support Solutions HVAC Equipment, Installation, Services and Related Products and Services Staffing Services and Related Services and Solutions Automotive and Fleet: Parts, Accessories, Related Products, and Services Grounds Keeping Equipment Rental, Lease or Purchase of Uniforms, Mats, Mops, Towels and ‚ÄãOther Pest Control and Related Services Elevator Consulting Services Information Technology Solutions Energy Conservation Solutions & Related Services Energy Consulting & Related Services Project Management and Services Online Business Marketplace for Goods and Services Equipment and Tools Rental Electrical Vehicle Charging Stations and Services Traffic Control Products and Related Products and Solutions Paper and print products Office Supplies Furniture,... The preceding was a partial description of the bid opportunity of British Columbia - Unspecified Agency, Bid Number: 24-133 TOL as published on BC Bid. To view the complete official bid and to submit a bid, please proceed to the BC Bid website by clicking here.Official Contact Information Enquiries related to this RFx may only be directed in writing to the Official Contact using the "enquiries" interface if available, or the email address identified on the "opportunity details" tab. Information obtained from any other source is not official and should not be relied upon. Other information and rules regarding enquiries are set out in the "process rules" tab or within the attached RFx documents. Official Contact Official Contact ContactFirst NameContactLast Name ChrisEirikson About BC Bid BC Bid is an online bid opportunities marketplace operated by the Procurement Services Branch of the British Columbia (Canada) provincial government. The site allows the posting of bid solicitations, RFPs and other contract opportunities by various government agencies and public sector organizations such as municipalities, health authorities, school districts, Crown corporations and various departments of the BC government. Vendors can browse the opportunities on their site free of charge and without needing to register. Additional features such as opportunity notification and e-bidding services are available through a BC Bid subscription. BC Bid Help Desk services are available 8:30am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday by calling: 250-387-7301 (in Victoria, BC) 1-800-663-7867 (elsewhere in BC) 604-660-2421 (outside BC - ask to be transferred to the BC Bid Help Desk) Or you can email them at: bcbid@gov.bc.ca you can submit your bid online at BC Bid. Click here to view guides relating to e-bidding. (click on Downloadable guides)

  • AB-2024-03148: 2024 Parks & Open Spaces Master Plan

    AB-2024-03148: 2024 Parks & Open Spaces Master Plan

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Stettler, Alberta - This opportunity is open.Details:AB-2024-03148: 2024 Parks & Open Spaces Master PlanStettler Opportunity Notice2024 Parks & Open Spaces Master PlanOpportunity InformationOrganization:StettlerOrganization Address:Reference Number:AB-2024-03148Solicitation Number:2024-10Solicitation Type:Request for ProposalPosting(MM/dd/yyyy):04/23/202404:03:25 PM Alberta TimeClosing(MM/dd/yyyy):06/07/202402:00:00 PM Alberta TimeLast Update(MM/dd/yyyy):04/23/202404:03:25 PM Alberta TimeAgreement Type:NWPTA/TILMA & CFTARegion of Opportunity:OpenRegion of Delivery:AlbertaOpportunity Type:Open & CompetitiveCommodity Codes:C211E: Landscape Architecture ServicesB219A: Other Engineering StudiesR019F: Consulting ServicesB208B: Environmental Planning and ControlB208A: Area Resource Development (Regional Planning)AH115032: Environmental Assessment (R&D)Response Submission:See on the attached RFP.Response Contact:Robbins, BradRecreation and Culture Manager5031 50 StreetBox 280Stettler, Alberta T0C 2L0Tel: 403-742-4411Email:brobbins@stettler.netResponse Specifics:See on the attached RFP.Opportunity Description:The Town of Stettler is soliciting proposals from Planning Consultants interested in providing a Master Plan for the parks and open spaces of the Town of Stettler. The firm will establish the plan with input from Town Council, Administration Staff and Public at large. The firm shall provide input to Playgrounds, Sports Fields, Campgrounds, Trails and Open spaces as they relate to local neighbourhoods, Town and County demographics, needs and wants, future expansion and aesthetics.

  • AB-2023-06015: Notice of Intent to Participate

    AB-2023-06015: Notice of Intent to Participate

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    This opportunity is open.Details:AB-2023-06015: Notice of Intent to ParticipateThe City of Red DeerOpportunity NoticeNotice of Intent to ParticipateOpportunity InformationOrganization:The City of Red DeerOrganization Address:Reference Number:AB-2023-06015Solicitation Number:NOISolicitation Type:Notice of IntentPosting(MM/dd/yyyy):10/04/202310:21:03 AM Alberta TimeClosing(MM/dd/yyyy):09/30/202411:59:59 PM Alberta TimeLast Update(MM/dd/yyyy):10/04/202310:21:03 AM Alberta TimeAgreement Type:NWPTA/TILMA & CFTA & CETA & TCARegion of Opportunity:OpenRegion of Delivery:AlbertaOpportunity Type:Open & CompetitiveCommodity Codes:N5820DD: Accessories, CCTVN5340: Hardware, CommercialN2590: Vehicular Components, MiscellaneousN7830C: PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENTN2310: Passenger Motor VehiclesN2320: Trucks and Truck Tractors, WheeledN2420: Tractors, WheeledN2330: TrailersN4210: Fire Fighting EquipmentN3990: Materials Handling Equipment, MiscellaneousN5820DF: Television Systems, CCTVResponse Submission:Response Contact:Langman, LornaProcurement & Contract Specialist4914 48 AvenueBox 5008Red Deer, Alberta T4N 3T4Tel: 403.342.8273Email:purchasing@reddeer.caResponse Specifics:Opportunity Description:The City of Red Deer intends to participate in one or more procurements conducted by Canoe Procurement Group of Canada (Canoe) between October 2023 until September 2024. For further information and access to Canoe's tender notices, please review the Alberta Purchasing Connection (APC) website at www.purchasingconnection.ca and the MERX website at www.merx.com.For General Information on the Canoe Procurement Group of Canada;https://canoeprocurement.ca/

  • Notice of Intent to Participate – Canoe

    Notice of Intent to Participate - Canoe

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    City of Red Deer, Alberta - Bid Classification: Goods Bid Type: Notice of Intent Bid Number: NOI Bid Name: Notice of Intent to Participate - Canoe Bid Status: Open Bid Closing Date: Mon Sep 30, 2024 11:59:59 PM (MDT) Lead Agency: CanoeDuration in months: 12 Negotiation Type: N/A Condition for Participation: N/A Electronic Auctions: Not Applicable Language for Bid Submissions: English unless specified in the bid document Submission Type: Hard Copy Submissions Only Submission Address: This is a notice only. Submissions are not required. Public Opening: No Description: This annual Notice of Participation is to advise potential suppliers that the The City of Red Deer intends to participate in one or more procurements conducted by the Canoe Procurement Group of Canada between October 2023 and September 2024. For further information and access to the Canoe Procurement Group of Canada’s tender notices, please review the Alberta Purchasing Connection (APC) website at www.purchasingconnection.ca and the MERX website at www.merx.comFor General Information on the Canoe Procurement Group of Canada;https://canoeprocurement.ca/ Bid Document Access: Bid Opportunity notices and awards and a free preview of the bid documents is available on this site free of charge without registration. Please note, some documents may be secured and you will be required to register for the bid to download and view the documents. There is no cost to obtain an unsecured version of the document and /or to participate in this solicitation. Trade Agreements: Show Trade Agreements [+] Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA) Categories: Show Categories [+] Automotive LubricantsWatercraftGradersLoadersHeavy Trucks TrailersRental/Leasing ServicesTractor ImplementsEmergency VehiclesOff Road EquipmentServicesSupplies & EquipmentExcavatorsLight Vehicles Lawn and Farm EquipmentFire Trucks Building Operation Supplies and Equipment - ONLY Electrical Information Technology ServicesGISComputer HardwareComputer SoftwareServers/Racks/Data Centre/StorageGPS Products Equipment Heavy EquipmentOtherVehiclesParks & Landscaping Recreation/Education Playground Equipment Building Services Fencing Chemicals & Fuel Fuel/ Propane/Diesel/Gas/ Lubricants

  • Notice of Intent to Participate – Sourcewell

    Notice of Intent to Participate - Sourcewell

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Bid Classification: Goods Bid Type: Notice of Intent Bid Number: NOI Bid Name: Notice of Intent to Participate - Sourcewell Bid Status: Open Bid Closing Date: Sat Aug 31, 2024 11:59:59 PM (MDT) Duration in months: 12 Negotiation Type: N/A Condition for Participation: N/A Electronic Auctions: Not Applicable Language for Bid Submissions: English unless specified in the bid document Submission Type: Hard Copy Submissions Only Submission Address: Notice of participation in a buying group. This posting is NOT a Tender/RFP opportunity. Public Opening: No Description: This annual Notice of Participation is to advise potential suppliers that the City of Red Deer intends to participate in one or more procurements conducted by Sourcewell between September 2023 and August 2024For further information and access current solicitation notices, please review the website at https://proportal.sourcewell-mn.gov/Module/Tenders/enFor General Information on Sourcewell;https://www.sourcewell-mn.gov/ Bid Document Access: Bid Opportunity notices and awards and a free preview of the bid documents is available on this site free of charge without registration. Please note, some documents may be secured and you will be required to register for the bid to download and view the documents. There is no cost to obtain an unsecured version of the document and /or to participate in this solicitation. Trade Agreements: Show Trade Agreements [+] Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA) Categories: Show Categories [+] Automotive LubricantsWatercraftGradersLoadersHeavy Trucks TrailersRental/Leasing ServicesTractor ImplementsOff Road EquipmentServicesSupplies & EquipmentExcavatorsLight Vehicles Lawn and Farm Equipment Recreation/Education Paint (Field marking, ice paint, etc.)Arena & Stadium SuppliesPool SuppliesPlayground EquipmentCourt Surface SpecialistsBleachers/StandsPark DevelopmentFitness EquipmentWelding Equipment & SuppliesIce ResurfacerRecreation Flooring / Restoration (Gym Floor, Rubberized, etc.) Equipment Industrial/ManufacturingHeavy EquipmentOtherVehiclesGambling EquipmentParks & Landscaping Information Technology ServicesGISComputer HardwareComputer SoftwareServers/Racks/Data Centre/StorageGPS Products Building Services Fencing

  • Capstone – South Riverwalk Natural Play Amenity

    Capstone - South Riverwalk Natural Play Amenity

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Bid Classification: Services Related To Goods Bid Type: Request for Proposal Bid Number: 2024-57 Bid Name: Capstone - South Riverwalk Natural Play Amenity Bid Status: Open Bid Closing Date: Wed Jun 5, 2024 4:00:59 PM (MDT) Question Deadline: Wed May 29, 2024 4:00:00 PM (MDT) Duration in months: 11 Negotiation Type: Refer to project document Condition for Participation: Refer to project document Electronic Auctions: Not Applicable Language for Bid Submissions: English unless specified in the bid document Submission Type: Online Submissions Only Submission Address: Online Submissions Only Public Opening: No Description: This Request for Proposals (the “RFP”) is an invitation by the City to submit non-binding proposals for supply and installation of equipment for the Capstone - South Riverwalk Natural Play Amenity, as set out in this section of the RFP. The selected Proponent will be requested to enter into negotiations for an agreement with the City for the provision of the Deliverables. During or following completion of the project, additional related work, unforeseen at this time, may come into existence. The City reserves the right to either utilize the services of the successful Proponent for additional related work, subject to the successful Proponent’s performance and successful negotiation, or return to the market with a new Request for Proposal document when in the City’s best interest. Bid Document Access: Bid Opportunity notices and awards and a free preview of the bid documents is available on this site free of charge without registration. Please note, some documents may be secured and you will be required to register for the bid to download and view the documents. There is no cost to obtain an unsecured version of the document and /or to participate in this solicitation. Trade Agreements: Show Trade Agreements [+] Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA) Please refer to Tender Description or Tender Documents Canada-UK Trade Continuity Agreement (Canada-UK TCA) Categories: Show Categories [+] Recreation/Education Paint (Field marking, ice paint, etc.)Musical Instruments - SuppliesArena & Stadium SuppliesPool SuppliesShop Tech Equipment & SuppliesInstructorsScience Equipment & SuppliesPlayground EquipmentCourt Surface SpecialistsMusical Instruments - RepairsArena & Stadium ServicesBleachers/StandsSporting GoodsSports Field LightingOutdoor ShadesPark DevelopmentFitness EquipmentWelding Equipment & SuppliesIce ResurfacerBlade SharpeningPool ServicesRecreation Flooring / Restoration (Gym Floor, Rubberized, etc.)

  • AB-2024-03267: Commemoration Park Enhancement Project

    AB-2024-03267: Commemoration Park Enhancement Project

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    This opportunity is open.Details:AB-2024-03267: Commemoration Park Enhancement ProjectJasperOpportunity NoticeCommemoration Park Enhancement ProjectOpportunity InformationOrganization:JasperOrganization Address:Reference Number:AB-2024-03267Solicitation Number:MOJ CD 2Solicitation Type:Request for ProposalPosting(MM/dd/yyyy):04/28/202411:42:28 AM Alberta TimeClosing(MM/dd/yyyy):05/22/202402:00:00 PM Alberta TimeLast Update(MM/dd/yyyy):04/28/202411:42:31 AM Alberta TimeAgreement Type:NWPTA/TILMARegion of Opportunity:OpenRegion of Delivery:AlbertaOpportunity Type:Open & CompetitiveCommodity Codes:C211E: Landscape Architecture ServicesN7230B: AwningsN7830C: PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENTResponse Submission:Municipality of Jasper303 Pyramid Lake RoadBox 520Jasper, AB T0E 1E0Response Contact:Read, ChristopherDirector of Community Development303 Pyramid Lake RoadBox 520Jasper, Alberta T0E 1E0Tel: 780-931-2747Email:cread@jasper-alberta.caResponse Specifics:Opportunity Description:The Municipality of Jasper has received grant funding through the Healthy Communities Initiative for new landscaping features and park elements to enhance use of Commemoration Park for residents to socially connect. The Municipality is seeking a qualified team to design, supply, and install the park elements. The aim of this process is to achieve the best value for money for Jasper residents and visitors. Rather than providing an explicit list of features and elements to be supplied and installed, the Municipality has outlined a menu of different elements and indicated their priority to ensure that the available budget is used on the highest priority features and to give prospective suppliers some flexibility to creatively meet the Municipality’s request.There are three different types and scales of new park elements, as follows:- Larger structural elements including a gazebo and multiple shade pergolas,- Natural play features for children, and- Site furniture including picnic tables and benches.These park elements are intended to be situated on the periphery of Commemoration Park to enhance the existing uses of the Park, which include children’s soccer and sports games, outdoor concerts and major events like the Jasper Folk Festival and Dark Sky Festival. The remainder of the peripheral park space is available for the new elements in this scope of work.The scope of work includes planning, site analysis, design support through to installation of the new park elements, including the preparation of development and building permit applications, as applicable, for Parks Canada.

  • AB-2024-00303: NOPP-2024-1075 Notice of Cooperative Purchasing with Sourcewell and Canoe Procurement Group of Canada

    AB-2024-00303: NOPP-2024-1075 Notice of Cooperative Purchasing with Sourcewell and Canoe Procurement Group of Canada

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Bid Classification: Goods Bid Type: NOI Bid Number: NOI24-01 Bid Name: Notice of Intent Canoe Procurement Group of Canada Cooperative Purchasing Bid Status: Open Bid Closing Date: Tue Dec 31, 2024 2:00 PM (PST) Electronic Auctions: Not Applicable Language for Bid Submissions: English unless specified in the bid document Submission Type: Hard Copy Submissions Only Submission Address: Notice of intent only - email purchasing@portmoody.ca for any questions. Public Opening: No Description: Notice is hereby given, the City of Port Moody (the City) is a member of the Canoe Procurement Group of Canada and are eligible to procure through the cooperative contracts that are administered by Canoe.Canoe’s cooperative contract purchasing leverage the national purchasing power of more than 50,000 member agencies while also streamlining the required purchasing process. As a national municipal contracting agency, Canoe establish and provide nationally leveraged and competitively solicited purchasing contracts under the guidance of the Uniform Municipal Contracting Law. Joint Powers laws enable members to legally purchase through the awarded contracts.The Canoe cooperative contracts categories include but are not limited to the following:Agricultural Tractors with Related Equipment and AccessoriesAthletic and Physical Education Equipment and Supplies with Related AccessoriesAthletic Surfaces/Surfacing with Related Materials, Supplies, Installation and ServicesAutomotive and Truck Replacement Parts and Tires with Related Equipment, Accessories, and ServicesElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment and Related ServicesElectrical Energy Power Generation with Related Parts, Supplies, and ServicesEvent Seating and Related AccessoriesExercise, Fitness, & Rehabilitation Equipment with Related Accessories, Services, Installation & SuppliesFirefighting Apparatus, with Related Equipment, Accessories, and SuppliesFlooring Materials, with Related Supplies and ServicesForklifts, Lift Trucks, and Related Material Handling Equipment, Attachments, Accessories & ServicesGrounds Maintenance Equipment, Attachments, Accessories, and Related ServicesHealth & Safety, Medical, Surgical, and First Aid Related Equipment, Supplies, Accessories & ServiceHeavy Construction Equipment with Related Accessories, Attachments, and SuppliesMedium Duty and Compact Construction and Maintenance Equipment with Related Attachments, AccessoriesPortable Construction and Maintenance Equipment and Trailers with Related Accessories, AttachmentsPublic Utility Equipment with Related Accessories and SuppliesRecreation and Playground Equipment, Accessories, and SuppliesRoadway Maintenance Equipment with Related Accessories, Attachments, Materials, and SuppliesSewer Vacuum, Hydro-Excavation and/or Street Sweeper Equipment with Related Accessories and SuppliesSnow and Ice Handling Equipment with Related Accessories, Services and SuppliesStorage Products or Systems with Related AccessoriesThose who are interested in becoming a vendor must follow the respective registration or competitive solicitation processes.More information regarding Canoe can be found HERE.All inquiries specific to this NOI can be directed to purchasing@portmoody.ca Bid Document Access: Bid Opportunity notices and awards and a free preview of the bid documents is available on this site free of charge without registration. Please note, some documents may be secured and you will be required to register for the bid to download and view the documents. There is no cost to obtain an unsecured version of the document and /or to participate in this solicitation. Categories: Show Categories [+] Office/School Equipment, Accessories and Supplies Office Supplies/School SuppliesServicesMachines and Supplies Machinery and Tools Powered & Non-Powered, Supplies & AccessoriesServices Heavy Construction - Earth Handling Equipment (Industrial) ServicesSupplies and Equipment Automotive GradersLoadersTrailersTractor ImplementsOff Road EquipmentSupplies & EquipmentExcavatorsLawn and Farm Equipment Non-Medical Equipment, Furniture, Supplies, Stationary or Services Recreation/Education Paint (Field marking, ice paint, etc.)Court Surface SpecialistsBleachers/StandsPark DevelopmentFitness EquipmentRecreation Flooring / Restoration (Gym Floor, Rubberized, etc.) Landscaping & Forestry Supplies & Services Construction Parks, Trails & LandscapeHeavy Duty Equipment Equipment Heavy EquipmentParks & Landscaping Fire Services Fire Protection Equipment (Nozzles, Fire extinguisher, props, etc.) Trade Services Carpet/ Flooring Building Services Generator Equipment Parks Equipment & Supplies Health & Safety Facilities, Redevelopment, Trades, Machinery, Construction, Architectural or Engineering

  • Participant of Canoe Procurement Group of Canada Purchasing Program

    Participant of Canoe Procurement Group of Canada Purchasing Program

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Bid Classification: Goods Bid Type: NOI Bid Number: NOI24-01 Bid Name: Notice of Intent Canoe Procurement Group of Canada Cooperative Purchasing Bid Status: Open Bid Closing Date: Tue Dec 31, 2024 2:00 PM (PST) Electronic Auctions: Not Applicable Language for Bid Submissions: English unless specified in the bid document Submission Type: Hard Copy Submissions Only Submission Address: Notice of intent only - email purchasing@portmoody.ca for any questions. Public Opening: No Description: Notice is hereby given, the City of Port Moody (the City) is a member of the Canoe Procurement Group of Canada and are eligible to procure through the cooperative contracts that are administered by Canoe.Canoe’s cooperative contract purchasing leverage the national purchasing power of more than 50,000 member agencies while also streamlining the required purchasing process. As a national municipal contracting agency, Canoe establish and provide nationally leveraged and competitively solicited purchasing contracts under the guidance of the Uniform Municipal Contracting Law. Joint Powers laws enable members to legally purchase through the awarded contracts.The Canoe cooperative contracts categories include but are not limited to the following:Agricultural Tractors with Related Equipment and AccessoriesAthletic and Physical Education Equipment and Supplies with Related AccessoriesAthletic Surfaces/Surfacing with Related Materials, Supplies, Installation and ServicesAutomotive and Truck Replacement Parts and Tires with Related Equipment, Accessories, and ServicesElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment and Related ServicesElectrical Energy Power Generation with Related Parts, Supplies, and ServicesEvent Seating and Related AccessoriesExercise, Fitness, & Rehabilitation Equipment with Related Accessories, Services, Installation & SuppliesFirefighting Apparatus, with Related Equipment, Accessories, and SuppliesFlooring Materials, with Related Supplies and ServicesForklifts, Lift Trucks, and Related Material Handling Equipment, Attachments, Accessories & ServicesGrounds Maintenance Equipment, Attachments, Accessories, and Related ServicesHealth & Safety, Medical, Surgical, and First Aid Related Equipment, Supplies, Accessories & ServiceHeavy Construction Equipment with Related Accessories, Attachments, and SuppliesMedium Duty and Compact Construction and Maintenance Equipment with Related Attachments, AccessoriesPortable Construction and Maintenance Equipment and Trailers with Related Accessories, AttachmentsPublic Utility Equipment with Related Accessories and SuppliesRecreation and Playground Equipment, Accessories, and SuppliesRoadway Maintenance Equipment with Related Accessories, Attachments, Materials, and SuppliesSewer Vacuum, Hydro-Excavation and/or Street Sweeper Equipment with Related Accessories and SuppliesSnow and Ice Handling Equipment with Related Accessories, Services and SuppliesStorage Products or Systems with Related AccessoriesThose who are interested in becoming a vendor must follow the respective registration or competitive solicitation processes.More information regarding Canoe can be found HERE.All inquiries specific to this NOI can be directed to purchasing@portmoody.ca Bid Document Access: Bid Opportunity notices and awards and a free preview of the bid documents is available on this site free of charge without registration. Please note, some documents may be secured and you will be required to register for the bid to download and view the documents. There is no cost to obtain an unsecured version of the document and /or to participate in this solicitation. Categories: Show Categories [+] Office/School Equipment, Accessories and Supplies Office Supplies/School SuppliesServicesMachines and Supplies Machinery and Tools Powered & Non-Powered, Supplies & AccessoriesServices Heavy Construction - Earth Handling Equipment (Industrial) ServicesSupplies and Equipment Automotive GradersLoadersTrailersTractor ImplementsOff Road EquipmentSupplies & EquipmentExcavatorsLawn and Farm Equipment Non-Medical Equipment, Furniture, Supplies, Stationary or Services Recreation/Education Paint (Field marking, ice paint, etc.)Court Surface SpecialistsBleachers/StandsPark DevelopmentFitness EquipmentRecreation Flooring / Restoration (Gym Floor, Rubberized, etc.) Landscaping & Forestry Supplies & Services Construction Parks, Trails & LandscapeHeavy Duty Equipment Equipment Heavy EquipmentParks & Landscaping Fire Services Fire Protection Equipment (Nozzles, Fire extinguisher, props, etc.) Trade Services Carpet/ Flooring Building Services Generator Equipment Parks Equipment & Supplies Health & Safety Facilities, Redevelopment, Trades, Machinery, Construction, Architectural or Engineering

  • AB-2024-03000: Notice of Intent

    AB-2024-03000: Notice of Intent

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Bid Classification: Goods Bid Type: NOI Bid Number: NOI24-01 Bid Name: Notice of Intent Canoe Procurement Group of Canada Cooperative Purchasing Bid Status: Open Bid Closing Date: Tue Dec 31, 2024 2:00 PM (PST) Electronic Auctions: Not Applicable Language for Bid Submissions: English unless specified in the bid document Submission Type: Hard Copy Submissions Only Submission Address: Notice of intent only - email purchasing@portmoody.ca for any questions. Public Opening: No Description: Notice is hereby given, the City of Port Moody (the City) is a member of the Canoe Procurement Group of Canada and are eligible to procure through the cooperative contracts that are administered by Canoe.Canoe’s cooperative contract purchasing leverage the national purchasing power of more than 50,000 member agencies while also streamlining the required purchasing process. As a national municipal contracting agency, Canoe establish and provide nationally leveraged and competitively solicited purchasing contracts under the guidance of the Uniform Municipal Contracting Law. Joint Powers laws enable members to legally purchase through the awarded contracts.The Canoe cooperative contracts categories include but are not limited to the following:Agricultural Tractors with Related Equipment and AccessoriesAthletic and Physical Education Equipment and Supplies with Related AccessoriesAthletic Surfaces/Surfacing with Related Materials, Supplies, Installation and ServicesAutomotive and Truck Replacement Parts and Tires with Related Equipment, Accessories, and ServicesElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment and Related ServicesElectrical Energy Power Generation with Related Parts, Supplies, and ServicesEvent Seating and Related AccessoriesExercise, Fitness, & Rehabilitation Equipment with Related Accessories, Services, Installation & SuppliesFirefighting Apparatus, with Related Equipment, Accessories, and SuppliesFlooring Materials, with Related Supplies and ServicesForklifts, Lift Trucks, and Related Material Handling Equipment, Attachments, Accessories & ServicesGrounds Maintenance Equipment, Attachments, Accessories, and Related ServicesHealth & Safety, Medical, Surgical, and First Aid Related Equipment, Supplies, Accessories & ServiceHeavy Construction Equipment with Related Accessories, Attachments, and SuppliesMedium Duty and Compact Construction and Maintenance Equipment with Related Attachments, AccessoriesPortable Construction and Maintenance Equipment and Trailers with Related Accessories, AttachmentsPublic Utility Equipment with Related Accessories and SuppliesRecreation and Playground Equipment, Accessories, and SuppliesRoadway Maintenance Equipment with Related Accessories, Attachments, Materials, and SuppliesSewer Vacuum, Hydro-Excavation and/or Street Sweeper Equipment with Related Accessories and SuppliesSnow and Ice Handling Equipment with Related Accessories, Services and SuppliesStorage Products or Systems with Related AccessoriesThose who are interested in becoming a vendor must follow the respective registration or competitive solicitation processes.More information regarding Canoe can be found HERE.All inquiries specific to this NOI can be directed to purchasing@portmoody.ca Bid Document Access: Bid Opportunity notices and awards and a free preview of the bid documents is available on this site free of charge without registration. Please note, some documents may be secured and you will be required to register for the bid to download and view the documents. There is no cost to obtain an unsecured version of the document and /or to participate in this solicitation. Categories: Show Categories [+] Office/School Equipment, Accessories and Supplies Office Supplies/School SuppliesServicesMachines and Supplies Machinery and Tools Powered & Non-Powered, Supplies & AccessoriesServices Heavy Construction - Earth Handling Equipment (Industrial) ServicesSupplies and Equipment Automotive GradersLoadersTrailersTractor ImplementsOff Road EquipmentSupplies & EquipmentExcavatorsLawn and Farm Equipment Non-Medical Equipment, Furniture, Supplies, Stationary or Services Recreation/Education Paint (Field marking, ice paint, etc.)Court Surface SpecialistsBleachers/StandsPark DevelopmentFitness EquipmentRecreation Flooring / Restoration (Gym Floor, Rubberized, etc.) Landscaping & Forestry Supplies & Services Construction Parks, Trails & LandscapeHeavy Duty Equipment Equipment Heavy EquipmentParks & Landscaping Fire Services Fire Protection Equipment (Nozzles, Fire extinguisher, props, etc.) Trade Services Carpet/ Flooring Building Services Generator Equipment Parks Equipment & Supplies Health & Safety Facilities, Redevelopment, Trades, Machinery, Construction, Architectural or Engineering

  • AB-2024-00198: Notice of Participation in a Buying Group for RMA/Canoe Procurement

    AB-2024-00198: Notice of Participation in a Buying Group for RMA/Canoe Procurement

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Bid Classification: Goods Bid Type: NOI Bid Number: NOI24-01 Bid Name: Notice of Intent Canoe Procurement Group of Canada Cooperative Purchasing Bid Status: Open Bid Closing Date: Tue Dec 31, 2024 2:00 PM (PST) Electronic Auctions: Not Applicable Language for Bid Submissions: English unless specified in the bid document Submission Type: Hard Copy Submissions Only Submission Address: Notice of intent only - email purchasing@portmoody.ca for any questions. Public Opening: No Description: Notice is hereby given, the City of Port Moody (the City) is a member of the Canoe Procurement Group of Canada and are eligible to procure through the cooperative contracts that are administered by Canoe.Canoe’s cooperative contract purchasing leverage the national purchasing power of more than 50,000 member agencies while also streamlining the required purchasing process. As a national municipal contracting agency, Canoe establish and provide nationally leveraged and competitively solicited purchasing contracts under the guidance of the Uniform Municipal Contracting Law. Joint Powers laws enable members to legally purchase through the awarded contracts.The Canoe cooperative contracts categories include but are not limited to the following:Agricultural Tractors with Related Equipment and AccessoriesAthletic and Physical Education Equipment and Supplies with Related AccessoriesAthletic Surfaces/Surfacing with Related Materials, Supplies, Installation and ServicesAutomotive and Truck Replacement Parts and Tires with Related Equipment, Accessories, and ServicesElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment and Related ServicesElectrical Energy Power Generation with Related Parts, Supplies, and ServicesEvent Seating and Related AccessoriesExercise, Fitness, & Rehabilitation Equipment with Related Accessories, Services, Installation & SuppliesFirefighting Apparatus, with Related Equipment, Accessories, and SuppliesFlooring Materials, with Related Supplies and ServicesForklifts, Lift Trucks, and Related Material Handling Equipment, Attachments, Accessories & ServicesGrounds Maintenance Equipment, Attachments, Accessories, and Related ServicesHealth & Safety, Medical, Surgical, and First Aid Related Equipment, Supplies, Accessories & ServiceHeavy Construction Equipment with Related Accessories, Attachments, and SuppliesMedium Duty and Compact Construction and Maintenance Equipment with Related Attachments, AccessoriesPortable Construction and Maintenance Equipment and Trailers with Related Accessories, AttachmentsPublic Utility Equipment with Related Accessories and SuppliesRecreation and Playground Equipment, Accessories, and SuppliesRoadway Maintenance Equipment with Related Accessories, Attachments, Materials, and SuppliesSewer Vacuum, Hydro-Excavation and/or Street Sweeper Equipment with Related Accessories and SuppliesSnow and Ice Handling Equipment with Related Accessories, Services and SuppliesStorage Products or Systems with Related AccessoriesThose who are interested in becoming a vendor must follow the respective registration or competitive solicitation processes.More information regarding Canoe can be found HERE.All inquiries specific to this NOI can be directed to purchasing@portmoody.ca Bid Document Access: Bid Opportunity notices and awards and a free preview of the bid documents is available on this site free of charge without registration. Please note, some documents may be secured and you will be required to register for the bid to download and view the documents. There is no cost to obtain an unsecured version of the document and /or to participate in this solicitation. Categories: Show Categories [+] Office/School Equipment, Accessories and Supplies Office Supplies/School SuppliesServicesMachines and Supplies Machinery and Tools Powered & Non-Powered, Supplies & AccessoriesServices Heavy Construction - Earth Handling Equipment (Industrial) ServicesSupplies and Equipment Automotive GradersLoadersTrailersTractor ImplementsOff Road EquipmentSupplies & EquipmentExcavatorsLawn and Farm Equipment Non-Medical Equipment, Furniture, Supplies, Stationary or Services Recreation/Education Paint (Field marking, ice paint, etc.)Court Surface SpecialistsBleachers/StandsPark DevelopmentFitness EquipmentRecreation Flooring / Restoration (Gym Floor, Rubberized, etc.) Landscaping & Forestry Supplies & Services Construction Parks, Trails & LandscapeHeavy Duty Equipment Equipment Heavy EquipmentParks & Landscaping Fire Services Fire Protection Equipment (Nozzles, Fire extinguisher, props, etc.) Trade Services Carpet/ Flooring Building Services Generator Equipment Parks Equipment & Supplies Health & Safety Facilities, Redevelopment, Trades, Machinery, Construction, Architectural or Engineering

  • AB-2024-00219: Notice of Participation in Kinetic GPO Procurement

    AB-2024-00219: Notice of Participation in Kinetic GPO Procurement

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Bid Classification: Goods Bid Type: NOI Bid Number: NOI24-01 Bid Name: Notice of Intent Canoe Procurement Group of Canada Cooperative Purchasing Bid Status: Open Bid Closing Date: Tue Dec 31, 2024 2:00 PM (PST) Electronic Auctions: Not Applicable Language for Bid Submissions: English unless specified in the bid document Submission Type: Hard Copy Submissions Only Submission Address: Notice of intent only - email purchasing@portmoody.ca for any questions. Public Opening: No Description: Notice is hereby given, the City of Port Moody (the City) is a member of the Canoe Procurement Group of Canada and are eligible to procure through the cooperative contracts that are administered by Canoe.Canoe’s cooperative contract purchasing leverage the national purchasing power of more than 50,000 member agencies while also streamlining the required purchasing process. As a national municipal contracting agency, Canoe establish and provide nationally leveraged and competitively solicited purchasing contracts under the guidance of the Uniform Municipal Contracting Law. Joint Powers laws enable members to legally purchase through the awarded contracts.The Canoe cooperative contracts categories include but are not limited to the following:Agricultural Tractors with Related Equipment and AccessoriesAthletic and Physical Education Equipment and Supplies with Related AccessoriesAthletic Surfaces/Surfacing with Related Materials, Supplies, Installation and ServicesAutomotive and Truck Replacement Parts and Tires with Related Equipment, Accessories, and ServicesElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment and Related ServicesElectrical Energy Power Generation with Related Parts, Supplies, and ServicesEvent Seating and Related AccessoriesExercise, Fitness, & Rehabilitation Equipment with Related Accessories, Services, Installation & SuppliesFirefighting Apparatus, with Related Equipment, Accessories, and SuppliesFlooring Materials, with Related Supplies and ServicesForklifts, Lift Trucks, and Related Material Handling Equipment, Attachments, Accessories & ServicesGrounds Maintenance Equipment, Attachments, Accessories, and Related ServicesHealth & Safety, Medical, Surgical, and First Aid Related Equipment, Supplies, Accessories & ServiceHeavy Construction Equipment with Related Accessories, Attachments, and SuppliesMedium Duty and Compact Construction and Maintenance Equipment with Related Attachments, AccessoriesPortable Construction and Maintenance Equipment and Trailers with Related Accessories, AttachmentsPublic Utility Equipment with Related Accessories and SuppliesRecreation and Playground Equipment, Accessories, and SuppliesRoadway Maintenance Equipment with Related Accessories, Attachments, Materials, and SuppliesSewer Vacuum, Hydro-Excavation and/or Street Sweeper Equipment with Related Accessories and SuppliesSnow and Ice Handling Equipment with Related Accessories, Services and SuppliesStorage Products or Systems with Related AccessoriesThose who are interested in becoming a vendor must follow the respective registration or competitive solicitation processes.More information regarding Canoe can be found HERE.All inquiries specific to this NOI can be directed to purchasing@portmoody.ca Bid Document Access: Bid Opportunity notices and awards and a free preview of the bid documents is available on this site free of charge without registration. Please note, some documents may be secured and you will be required to register for the bid to download and view the documents. There is no cost to obtain an unsecured version of the document and /or to participate in this solicitation. Categories: Show Categories [+] Office/School Equipment, Accessories and Supplies Office Supplies/School SuppliesServicesMachines and Supplies Machinery and Tools Powered & Non-Powered, Supplies & AccessoriesServices Heavy Construction - Earth Handling Equipment (Industrial) ServicesSupplies and Equipment Automotive GradersLoadersTrailersTractor ImplementsOff Road EquipmentSupplies & EquipmentExcavatorsLawn and Farm Equipment Non-Medical Equipment, Furniture, Supplies, Stationary or Services Recreation/Education Paint (Field marking, ice paint, etc.)Court Surface SpecialistsBleachers/StandsPark DevelopmentFitness EquipmentRecreation Flooring / Restoration (Gym Floor, Rubberized, etc.) Landscaping & Forestry Supplies & Services Construction Parks, Trails & LandscapeHeavy Duty Equipment Equipment Heavy EquipmentParks & Landscaping Fire Services Fire Protection Equipment (Nozzles, Fire extinguisher, props, etc.) Trade Services Carpet/ Flooring Building Services Generator Equipment Parks Equipment & Supplies Health & Safety Facilities, Redevelopment, Trades, Machinery, Construction, Architectural or Engineering

December 2023 to May 2024

Alberta Grants:

Alberta grants refer to financial assistance programs and funding opportunities provided by the government of Alberta, a province in Canada. These grants are designed to support various individuals, organizations, businesses, and communities in Alberta to achieve specific goals or address specific needs. They can cover a wide range of areas, including education, agriculture, healthcare, environmental conservation, arts and culture, research and innovation, small business development, and more.

Grants List

  • Alberta NWT Charitable Foundation

    Knights of Columbus Knights of Columbus

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The primary focus of our donations is education, children and youth charities, women's needs and senior's charities.

  • Arctic Winter Games Legacy Fund

    The City of Grande Prairie

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The 2010 Arctic Winter Games Legacy Fund offers up to $5,000 in funding to bring new and exciting recreation, sporting and/or cultural events for youth to Grande Prairie and region. Our goal is to provide athletes and coaches with a home field advantage – with more sporting events, tournaments, and games in the Grande Prairie region.

  • Calgary Co-op Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $18,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    We support and fund organizations or programs operating in Calgary, Airdrie, Cochrane, High River, Okotoks and Strathmore that improve food security.

  • Canada-Alberta Job Grant (CAJG)

    Government of Alberta

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Canada-Alberta Job Grant is a training program where an employer applies on behalf of their employee(s) for eligible training costs to increase their knowledge and skills to meet the needs of Alberta's changing economy.

  • Canadian Natural Community Investment

    Canadian Natural

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Canadian Natural is committed to investing in the communities where we live and work. Our teams work together with local stakeholders to understand priorities and support projects that directly impact their quality of life. We invest in local grassroots efforts that get to the heart of what communities care about, promoting long-term local economic growth and prosperity.

  • Charitable Donations

    Suncor

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Suncor Energy Foundation proudly contribute to registered charitable organizations that align with SEF’s funding priorities: Indigenous, community and energy.

  • Chinook Rotary Club Society

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Funding categories include community development, education, health, social and human services, sports and recreation. They have a special interest in education.

  • Community Development Micro Grant

    Town of Edson Community & Protective Services

    Funding Amount:

    $2,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Town of Edson Community Development Micro Grant program provides funding for registered non-profits or special interest groups that are providing programs or events for the residents of Edson. All programs and events must be developed in the spirit of inclusion and diversity and open to the public for participation.

  • Community Engagement Fund

    Inter Pipeline

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Inter Pipeline Community Engagement Fund supports programs and initiatives whose goals include building a self-sustaining legacy in the community. This fund aims to primarily target charitable organizations that support the basic societal needs of food, shelter, and wellness for the vulnerable or underserved in our Canadian operating areas.

  • Community Grant

    Chevron In Canada

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Chevron Canada's areas of focus for community investment are people, prosperity and environment. Organizations must be a registered charitable organization or a registered non-profit society. We consider requests that fall within our primary focus areas and are in geographic areas where we have a significant employee and business presence.

  • Community Initiative

    Kin Canada - Edmonton Kinsmen Club

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Kinsmen Club of Edmonton supports the community through ongoing seed and project funding of human service programs and capital projects.

  • Community Initiatives

    Town of Stony Plain

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    We offer funding opportunities to groups that provide a benefit to Stony Plain residents and encourage: arts and culture; sports and recreation; community support and development.

  • Community Investment

    Grassroots Program UFA

    Funding Amount:

    $3,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    UFA was created by farmers, for farmers and built on the principle that we accomplish more when we work together. The same holds true today. Our decisions reflect the goals and values of our membership. Guided by our three focus areas - Educate, Engage and Enrich – this is exemplified in all of the community initiatives and partnerships that we are a part of.

  • Community Investment Program

    Nova Chemicals

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

  • Community Investment Program

    Imperial Oil

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Investing in our communities is an important part of our socially responsible approach to operations. Through our Community Investment Program, we invest in the well-being of our communities by lending a hand to organizations dedicated to making a difference and improving the overall quality of life in Central Alberta.

  • Community Involvement

    Gasoline Alley Harley-Davidson

    Funding Amount:

    $25,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Grants to Ontario, Alberta, Northwest Territories, and Newfoundland and Labrador registered charities, non-profit organizations, government agencies, education institutions, and Indigenous and community groups for activities that build and strengthen communities in eligible locations. Funding is intended for the focus areas of sustainability and innovation; Indigenous leadership and capacity building; and strong operating communities.

  • Community Involvement

    Trail Appliances

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Without the community, we wouldn't be the company we are today. That is why all of us at Trail Appliances believe in saying “thank you” by giving back, supporting our neighbours and getting involved. Trail Appliances is always interested in finding additional ways to help strengthen community life.

  • Community League Emerging Grant

    City of Edmonton

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Community League Emerging grant assists with the: establishment or development of a new community league, re-establishment of a defunct or previously amalgamated community league, and the merging of 2 existing communities. The grant is provided once during the lifetime of a community league.

  • Community Naturalization and Tree Planting Grants

    FortisAlberta

    Funding Amount:

    $2,500

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    This program offers communities in our service area the opportunity to win one of our $2,500 grants. Through these grants, we seek to support our municipal customers with developing and improving environmentally-friendly programs and facilities in their communities.

  • Community Sponsorship

    Westerner Park

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Westerner Park supports Red Deer and surrounding area by providing sponsorship and gift in kind facility space for local organizations and groups that make a positive impact in our community and share our commitment to creating world-class, family friendly events

  • Community Sponsorship & Donation

    Acden

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Acden's proud of our community and is honoured to support the many organizations who continue to improve the quality of life for so many in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo. Acden's corporate sponsorships enable us to connect with our clients, employees, and community in meaningful ways. Our efforts typically focus on the areas of: environment, community development, and education.

  • Community Support Fund

    Wetaskiwin Co-op

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Wetaskiwin Co-op's Community Support Fund provides cash or in-kind donations to non-profit groups and organizations to help support programming, complete projects or improve facilities and/or services that enhance the quality of life in the communities we serve.

  • Council Priority Funds

    Strathcona County

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Council Priority Funds are available to support community initiatives or events that benefit Strathcona County and its residents.

  • District 4 Kin Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $2,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Funding categories include arts and culture, community development, health, social and human services, sports and recreation

  • Ed Stelmach Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Ed Stelmach Community Foundation is dedicated to assisting Alberta charities throughout Alberta, with a keen eye upon those organizations that may not receive the attention that they deserve and require. We believe wholeheartedly in the values of family: the importance of nurturing children, guiding young parents and rehabilitating those in the greatest need.

  • Emerging Immigrant and Refugee Communities Grant Program

    City of Edmonton

    Funding Amount:

    $25,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Emerging Immigrant and Refugee Community Grant Program (EIRC) supports immigrant and refugee communities who are new to Edmonton and in the process of settling and integrating.

  • Gordon & Diane Buchanan Family Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    With an unparralled passion for giving back, the Buchanan Family has donated millions of dollars to numerous charities and worthwhile projects touching the lives of thousands of people globally

  • Grassroot Grants

    Stepping Stones Calgary Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $1,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Grassroot Grants help people implement their own small acts of community, right in the communities where they live, by offering small amounts of money for project expenses. Possible projects include: Building a stage at your local community garden, painting a community mural.

  • Greater Good Partnership and Donations

    ATB

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    We support organizations and causes that uplift the wellbeing of Albertans, and who are working to advance the following: mental health, inclusive communities, innovation in children & youth, financial wellbeing, and/or sustainable development.

  • Hunter Family Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Foundation supports programs which meet a significant need within the community through entrepreneurial & innovative programs that provides a “hand-up” rather than “hand-out”. We look favorably upon collaboration and cooperation with other organizations working together.

  • Kinsmen Red Deer Club

    Kin Canada

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    We try our best to help out individuals in our community as much as possible. We understand that although there are hundreds of programs out there to help people in need, there are still people whose needs cannot be met by any of these programs. We will always strive to serve our community’s greatest need.

  • Linked To Our Communities

    Altalink Management Ltd

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    AltaLink's community investment program, Linked to our Communities, is focused on programs that empower youth.

  • McCoy Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    McCoy funds projects that support and raise awareness about early intervention for literacy, work with organizations that support elementary and junior high intervention and programs, and promote community advocacy and engagement.

  • MEGlobal

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Our key areas of focus are Education, Environment, Economy, Community and Health and Safety. Our objective is to demonstrate our commitment to the sustainability and success of the communities in which we operate.

  • Michelle O”Reilly Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    We support a variety of registered charitable organizations that compliment our mission.

  • Neighbour Grant

    Calgary Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Neighbour Grants help people implement their own small acts of community right in the neighbourhoods and communities where they live.

  • Other Initiatives Program (OIP)

    Government of Alberta

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Other Initiatives Program (OIP) provides financial assistance for community-based projects that fall outside the scope of all other Community Grants funding streams. This includes one-time projects, international disaster relief and projects that are emergency or urgent in nature.

  • Pembina Community Investment

    Pembina

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Pembina partners with local, provincial/state, and national non-profit and charitable organizations that support Indigenous and Tribal communities, promote safety, equity and inclusion, and encourage a sustainable energy future.

  • Project Support Program

    Parks Foundation Calgary

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    In-kind support to Alberta non-profit organizations to assist with community projects in eligible regions. Funding is intended to help community-led organizations with the administrative aspects of their volunteer projects. Eligible projects include community recreation facilities, sporting equipment, community gardens, public park murals, schoolyard naturalization, playgrounds, and many other outdoor community initiatives.

  • Richardson Pioneer Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Through the Richardson Foundation, Richardson International and its various divisions support many different community initiatives such as: splash parks, playgrounds, sports fields, arenas, community fields, arenas, community halls, and volunteer fire departments.

  • Save Energy Grants

    FortisAlberta

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Our Save Energy Grants program is designed to assist with energy efficiency projects such as window and door replacement, LED retrofits and Energy Star appliance upgrades. Applicants must provide the project scope of work and how additional funds will be secured should the cost be over and above the Save Energy grant. Only one project per area is eligible each year.

  • SECURE Energy Community Investment

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    At our roots, SECURE was founded on the principle of doing the right thing, for our customers, our people and our communities. Every year SECURE commits to reinvesting time and money through its community investment initiatives throughout Western Canada and the U.S.

  • Small Grant

    Edmonton Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $15,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Edmonton Community Foundation strengthens the community by connecting donors to charities and causes that are important to them. Small Grants program is intended to support small and/or emerging needs through an expedited process.

  • Sponsorship

    ATB

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    ATB celebrates and invests in initiatives that make Alberta an amazing place to live. As an Alberta-based institution, ATB sponsors events, festivals and innovation that we feel make our province better. All successful applications will fit into one of three sponsorship focuses: Arts & Culture, Community & Social Development and Sports & Wellness.

  • Sponsorship

    CGL Tax

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    CGL supports local and surrounding communities by providing sponsorship for charities and non-profits that promote and support youth, local social welfare, healthcare, and amateur athletics.

  • Spruce Meadows Leg Up Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $13,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    We support charitable groups that work within our pillars of Education, Community, Health and Wellness, Amateur and Grassroots Sport and Agriculture. Our focus is on Calgary, Foothills County, and surrounding areas, but is not limited to these areas.

  • St. Albert Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $6,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Foundation provides an opportunity for citizens to contribute to and invest in the long-term fulfillment of community needs. Funds from the Foundation will be used to support worthwhile community projects organized by charitable organizations within the St. Albert area.

  • Stella Conceptual Drawing Grants

    Parks Foundation Calgary (PFC)

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Stella Conceptual Drawing Grant program must be used to hire a landscape architect to provide a professional drawing that reflects the innovative vision a group would like to create. Up to $5,000 can be awarded to any non-profit organization, education institution, or group that wishes to apply.

  • Strategic Opportunity Grants

    Calgary Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Strategic Opportunity Grants support small to mid-sized Calgary and area qualified donees with small, time-sensitive, strategic initiatives that fall into one of two categories: Organization Development and Program Development. Grant request deadlines are midnight on the 1st of each month.

  • The Allardyce Bower Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Foundation partners with charities and other non-profit organizations to meet its objective of encouraging the health, well-being and development of children through activity. The Foundation makes donations to qualified applicants in the areas of childhood: education, sports and recreation, development, and health.

  • The Brawn Family Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The primary principle for The Brawn Family Foundation is to endeavour to always give back to this community, Calgary as a whole or local. We champion a variety of causes; some on a larger scale, and some lesser known. We seek opportunities to support or create projects for those lesser known, less popular projects, programs, or charities.

  • The Edmonton Civic Employees Charitable Assistance Fund

    Funding Amount:

    $69,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The ECECAF Board of Trustees allocates funds in accordance with established criteria and guidelines. Organizations must be Registered Charities and eligibility is determined by financial position, alternate funding sources, and value to the community. Funds may not be used towards salaries or operational costs. Financial assistance is awarded annually.

  • The Prosser Charitable Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    It is the mission of our organization to advance community support and funding in education, poverty relief, and other programs that are generally beneficial to the community at large specifically aimed at children and youth.

  • Totem Charitable Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Totem Charitable Foundation is a family foundation established in 2005 to provide grants to registered charities. Since inception, our total donations have been upwards of $5 million for local organizations and programs devoted to environment preservation, humane services, health and education, family, children and youth support services, recreation, and arts and culture.

  • Wim & Nancy Pauw Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Wim & Nancy Pauw Foundation is a private foundation in Banff, Alberta, Canada. Funded by the profits of Banff Caribou Properties, Ltd and Banff Lodging Company, the goal of the Foundation is to reinvest in Banff, supporting projects that contribute to a more active, vibrant and happy community.

  • Strathcona County AB School Play Bid GovSpend

    Strathcona County AB School Play Bid GovSpend

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    School playground expansion to include physical components such as swings, climbers, slides, monkey bars, and spinners.

  • Grande Prairie AB Playground Bids GovSpend

    Grande Prairie AB Playground Bids GovSpend

    Funding Amount:

    $200,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Bid for 2 playgrounds in the city

  • Alberta Community Facility Enhancement Program Grants

    Alberta Community Facility Enhancement Program Grants

    Funding Amount:

    $24,000,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Community Facility Enhancement Program (CFEP) provides matching grants to build and upgrade facilities like community halls and spray parks. Small grants up to $125k and Large grants up to $1M.

  • Alberta Community Facility Enhancement Program Grants

    Alberta Community Facility Enhancement Program Grants

    Funding Amount:

    $24,000,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Community Facility Enhancement Program (CFEP) provides matching grants to build andupgrade facilities like community halls and spray parks. Small grants up to $125k and Large grantsup to $1M.

  • Alberta CA Park Development GovSpend

    Alberta CA Park Development GovSpend

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    03/19/2024

    Feasibility study of 5 parks

  • Edmonton CA Seeks Input On Park Planning

    Edmonton CA Seeks Input On Park Planning

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The city is seeking feedback to inform the strategic plan for Edmonton’s newest river valley park. Theplan will include the park’s vision, guiding principles, and approach to naturalization, restoration, andprogramming.

December 2023 to May 2024

Canada Grants:

Canada offers a variety of grants and financial assistance programs to individuals, businesses, non-profit organizations, and other entities. These grants cover a wide range of purposes, including education, research, innovation, arts and culture, business development, environmental conservation, and more. Here are some examples of grant programs in Canada:

Grants List

  • Creating, Knowing, and Sharing: The Arts and Culture of First Nations, Inuit, and Metis People

    Short-Term Projects Canada Council for the Arts

    Funding Amount:

    $100,000

    Deadline:

    Tuesday, December 12, 2023 - Wednesday, March 20, 2024

    The program supports Indigenous individuals, groups, Indigenous-led arts organizations and arts/culture sector development organizations that foster a vital and resilient Indigenous arts ecosystem.

  • Enabling Accessibility Fund

    Mid-Size Projects Government of Canada

    Funding Amount:

    $3,000,000

    Deadline:

    Wednesday, December 13, 2023

    This program will fund projects that make communities and workplaces more accessible for persons with disabilities.The Enabling Accessibility Fund will help creates more opportunities for persons with disabilities to: take part in community activities, programs and services; and access employment.

  • Community Investments

    Mosaic

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Friday, December 22, 2023 - Wednesday, March 27, 2024

    Mosaic's Community Investment supports three key areas: food, water and local communities.

  • Telus Sponsorship

    Telus

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Sunday, December 31, 2023 - Sunday, March 31, 2024

    Telus sponsors organizations that connect and celebrate our communities, embrace diversity and drive positive social change. We integrate technology, products and services to bring people closer together in order to make a positive difference in the lives of Canadians.

  • TD Friends of the Environment Foundation (TD FEF) Grant

    TD

    Funding Amount:

    $8,000

    Deadline:

    Monday, January 15, 2024

    The TD Friends of the Environment Foundation is a national charity that funds environment projects across Canada. Projects include schoolyard greening, park revitalization, community gardens, park programming and citizen science initiatives.

  • Documentary Heritage Communities Program

    Government of Canada

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    Thursday, January 11, 2024

    Every year we provide funding to documentary heritage organizations across the country. This helps ensure that Canada's continuing memory is documented, preserved, and available to the public.

  • TD Corporate 1st Stage

    TD Corporate Donations TD

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Thursday, January 4, 2024 - Thursday, April 4, 2024

    TD offers funding for community-based projects and events that are aligned with the TD Ready Commitment philosophy: Financial Security, Vibrant Planet, Connected Communities or Better Health.

  • Co-operators Community Fund

    Co-Operators Financial Services Limited

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Monday, January 15, 2024

    Through Co-operators Community Funds, we support organizations whose programming and services empower underserved youth (aged 16 – 34) and individuals with mental health challenges to progress along their path toward employability.

  • ACC Environment Grant

    Alpine Club of Canada (ACC) - Environment Fund

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Wednesday, January 31, 2024

    The purpose of the grant is to provide support that contributes to the protection and preservation of mountain and climbing environments, including the preservation of alpine flora and fauna in their natural habitat.

  • Arts Across Canada

    Public Outreach Canada Council for the Arts

    Funding Amount:

    $100,000

    Deadline:

    Wednesday, February 28, 2024

    Arts Across Canada fosters meaningful relationships and exchanges between artists, and the Canadian Public. Artists, arts professionals, groups, and arts organizations can apply to present and share artistic work with diverse communiti9es across the country, engage more deeply with the public and develop a stronger national profile.

  • Kal Tire Re-Play

    Kal Tire

    Funding Amount:

    $30,000

    Deadline:

    Wednesday, February 28, 2024

    Kal's RePlay Fund helps cover the costs of projects that turn scrap tires into new rubber products to enhance facilities in the communities we serve. Common recycled products in Canada include playground surfaces, flooring, roofing, landscape tiles, paving, garden mulch, and kids' play structures.

  • Co-op Community Spaces

    Co-op

    Funding Amount:

    $150,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, March 1, 2024

    The Co-op Community Spaces Program was established to improve community health and well-being by building places for Western Canadians to come together, build social connections and enable community development.

  • Student Video Contest

    World of 8 Billion

    Funding Amount:

    $1,200

    Deadline:

    Tuesday, March 5, 2024

    Through the World of 8 Billion student video contest, middle and high schoolers are given the platform to think critically about global challenges related to population growth and share what they think we should do to fix it.

  • Charitable Donations

    EPCOR

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, March 15, 2024

    EPCOR supports programs that provide education essentials to young minds today to inspire an employment path towards a poverty-free tomorrow. The program focuses on engaging partnerships with local charities that set socially-vulnerable young people up for success along their educational journey in 3 key areas: K-Gr 3, high school transition and post-secondary pursuits.EPCOR employs a 2 Stage Application process.

  • Community Fund

    Bell Let's Talk

    Funding Amount:

    $25,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, March 15, 2024

    Funding to help increase access to mental health supports and services in communities across Canada.

  • Club Grant Program

    Kiwanis International Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $25,000

    Deadline:

    Monday, April 1, 2024

    To better the lives of children all over the globe. This is for individual Kiwanis Clubs to apply for on behalf of a community project.

  • Johansen Larsen Foundation Grants

    Johansen Larsen Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Monday, April 1, 2024

    The Johansen Larsen Foundation is a private charitable foundation that provides grants to organizations that offer programming to enrich the lives of those marginalized in our communities (both human and animal). We emphasize the importance of initiatives that foster learning and well-being, which are both accessible and inclusive.

  • Rocket Fund

    Shaw

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Monday, April 1, 2024

    The Shaw Rocket Fund champions quality Canadian children's programming. Shaw believes that quality media fuels the imaginative minds of our kids and that their lives are enriched through interaction with creative content.

  • Adopt a School

    Indigo Love of Reading Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    To be announced (TBA)

    Adopt a School is a fundraising campaign and grant program designed in partnership with Indigo, Coles, Chapters, and Indigospirit stores to raise funds for literacy in schools across Canada.

  • Canada Post Community Foundation Grants

    Canada Post Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    To be announced (TBA)

    Canada Post Community Foundation Grants provide funding for Canadian schools, charities and organizations to make a difference in the lives of children in our communities.

  • Telus Community Board Grant

    Telus Future Friendly Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    To be announced (TBA)

    Telus Community Grants improve the lives of youth and their communities through the power of technology.Community Boards provide grants to grassroots charities that support local youth with preference given to projects that also demonstrate tangible technological or social innovation.Community Action Teamsserve areas outside of our major centers that have Community Boards.

  • Telus Indigenous Communities Fund

    Telus

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    To be announced (TBA)

    We provide flexible grants to Indigenous organizations, not-for-profits and community groups. Grants are available up to $50,000 and are to support Indigenous-led initiatives that support tangible positive outcomes.

December 2023 to May 2024

Canada Open Grants:

Canada Grants with ongoing deadlines are typically approved through eligibility criteria, application processes, and funding availability can vary widely among different grant programs. If you're interested in applying for a specific grant, it's advisable to visit the official website of the relevant government agency or organization to get the most up-to-date information and guidance on the application process. Additionally, some provinces and territories in Canada also offer their own grant programs, so you may want to explore opportunities at the regional level as well.

Grants List

  • Allstate Insurance Company of Canada

    Allstate Foundation of Canada

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    We support organizations and initiatives that focus on fostering an environment of inclusion, involvement and empowerment for those who experience barriers to participation – whether it be within their community, career, or personal life.

  • Boston Pizza Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Funding categories include arts and culture, community development, education, environment, health, social and human services, sports and recreation with special interest in education, health, and sports.

  • Breakfast Club of Canada Grant

    Breakfast Club of Canada

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Grants and in-kind support to Canada schools, school boards, and community organizations for school meal programs that benefit children and youth. Funding is intended to support existing programs or to establish new breakfast programs. Schools may receive financial assistance, food donations, tools, training, or kitchen equipment.

  • Charitable Contributions

    Costco Canada

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Costco Wholesale's primary charitable efforts focus on programs supporting children, education, and health and human services in the communities where we do business. We are thankful to be able to provide support to a variety of organizations and causes.Two levels of funding available: Warehouse Donations (local) and Grant Applications (broad based).

  • Commemorative Partnership Program – Community Engagement

    Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC)

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    To be eligible, the project must commemorate the achievements and sacrifices of those who served Canada since Confederation (1867). Eligible recipients can be non-profit or for-profit organizations, in Canada or abroad, as well as Canadian provinces, territories and municipalities. Projects must also be of a finite duration, with clear start and end dates.

  • Community Action Fund

    Canada Safeway Limited

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Safeway has been proudly serving communities across BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Northern Ontario, for over 85 years. Whether it’s supporting organizations on the frontlines of food insecurity or making early interventions possible for child and youth mental health, building healthier tomorrows is at the heart of everything we do. Our support of the local community is focused on building healthier tomorrows for more neighbors, by supporting the mental and physical health of children and families.

  • Community Contribution

    Lockheed Martin

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Through corporate giving and volunteerism, we improve the lives of those who defend freedom, cultivate the STEM workforce of the future, and strengthen the resiliency of communities where we live and work. Lockheed Martin's Social Impact focuses on the following three areas and specific interventions: Future STEM Workforce, Those Who Serve, and Community Resilience.

  • Community Development Grant

    Home Depot Canada Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Home Depot Canada Foundation is committed to supporting initiatives that prevent and end youth homelessness in Canada. The foundation supports youth at-risk or facing homelessness by helping them realize their full potential and build a brighter future.

  • Community Giving

    Walmart Canada

    Funding Amount:

    $1000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Walmart Canada's Community Giving Grants focus on: Hunger Relief, Food Access and Healthy Eating, Disaster Preparedness and Relief, and Building Strong Communities.

  • Community Infrastructure Grants

    Western Financial Group

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Infrastructure Grants provide our communities with financial support for renovation or construction of their publicly-owned facilities (eg. arenas, parks, libraries, community halls, pools, etc.). Western team members submit all applications in support of the community projects they care about. If you are an organization or charity looking for support, contact your local Western Financial Group or affiliate brokerage to learn more about our Communities Foundation programs.

  • Community Investment

    ConocoPhillips Canada

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    ConocoPhillips support the education, natural resources, health and safety, arts, civic and social services, and disaster relief programs vital to the health and well-being of the communities where we live and work.

  • Community Investment

    Gibson Energy

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Gibson Energy's Community Investment Program offers support for the communities where we operate. It can establish a mutual beneficial relationship between Gibson Energy and local communities and contribute toward the region's long-term sustainability. The focus areas of our Community Investment Program are safety, environment and community.

  • Community Investment

    Ovintiv

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Ovintiv Community Investment programs strive to promote environmental stewardship, enhance the skill sets of the next generation of industry workers and support the needs of communities where we live and operate.

  • Community Investment

    SMS Equipment

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    SMS Equipment is committed to enhancing the quality of life for the people that live in the communities where they operate. We support initiatives in: Education, Health, Culture, Environment and Regional Sustainability.

  • Community Investment

    Nutrien

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Community investment is concentrated on the areas that Nutrien is already engaged in through our business. These focus areas reflect our commitment to the pursuit of local food security, environmental stewardship, and communities that are safe and inclusive.

  • Community Investment

    Enbridge

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Enbridge believes a community belongs to everyone who lives there and wants to make life better for our families, friends, neighbours, and ourselves. Enbridge's community investments are guided by a core set of criteria. We consider donation and sponsorship opportunities in communities where Enbridge operates (Primarily within a 20-kilometre (10-mile) radius of our pipeline right-of-way or near our operations). Enbridge contributes to 3 core areas: Safe Communities; Vibrant Communities; and Sustainable Communities.

  • Community Investment Program

    CNOOC International

    Funding Amount:

    $25,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    CNOOC International's Community Investment program helps strengthen the communities where we live and work. Through meaningful corporate gifts including donations and sponsorships, we prioritize funding for projects that provide long-term and sustainable results that have a positive impact on our communities. Funding priorities are: Supporting Thriving & Safe Communities; Advancing Education; Capacity Building for Indigenous Communities; and Employee Initiatives.

  • Community Investment Program

    Teck

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Through Teck's Community Investment Program, we invest in organizations and initiatives that create shared value, support sustainable development, and focus on shared strategic outcomes that help advance the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, consistent with Teck's Community Investment Program Framework.

  • Community Partnerships

    AltaGas

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Our corporate grants program has been shaped through ongoing consultation with our stakeholders, including communities, local organizations and employees. We support community initiatives across our operating regions with a focus on three core areas: Healthy and Safe Communities; Bright Futures; Environmental Champions.

  • Community Relations and Partnerships & Sponsorship

    Air Canada Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Air Canada needs the communities where it operates and where its employees, customers and other stakeholders live and work to be healthy, financially strong, and dynamic. To achieve this, Air Canada and the Air Canada Foundation offer in-kind and monetary support for charitable causes, events, or organizational sponsorships in exchange for brand visibility and engagement with communities, customers, and employees.

  • Community Spaces Fund

    Government of Canada Department of Canadian Heritage

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Community Spaces Fund provides funding to official language minority communities for projects to build new community and cultural centres renovate and upgrade infrastructure and multi purpose spaces in more community centres not attached to educational institutes

  • Community Support

    Thrifty Foods

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    In order to be eligible for community support, you must be a local not-for- profit organization. To qualify, the event or project must directly benefit the community.

  • The Events component of the Community Support, Multiculturalism, and Anti- Racism Initiatives Program provides funding to community-based events that promote intercultural or interfaith understanding, promote discussions on multiculturalism, diversity, racism and religious discrimination, or celebrate a community’s history and culture such as heritage months recognized by Parliament.

  • Community-Based Justice Fund

    Government of Canada

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Indigenous Justice Program supports Indigenous community-based justice programs that offer alternatives to mainstream justice processes in appropriate circumstances. There is no call for proposal process for this program stream. If you are interested in discussing a funding proposal, we encourage you to contact a Regional Coordinator in your jurisdiction.

  • Contributions

    The KPMG Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The KPMG Foundation offices across the country partner with leading local not-for-profit organizations to address pressing social and environmental issues through Educational and Non-Educational Grants.

  • Donation and Sponsorships

    RBC

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    RBC is dedicated to working with charitable organizations that share our goal to help make a difference in local communities and regions where we do business.

  • Donations and Sponsorship Funding

    CIBC

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    CIBC helps strengthen communities with corporate donations and partnerships that support services, programs and organizations working to help cancer research and people with disabilities.

  • Donations and Sponsorships

    Nestle Canada

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    At Nestlé Canada, our purpose is to enhance the quality of life and ensure a healthier future for all Canadians and supporting thriving communities starts in our own neighbourhoods. That’s why, we like to direct our charitable and non-profit support toward programs and organizations that focus on increasing access to healthy food, promoting community well-being and improving planetary health.

  • Donations and Sponsorships

    Cenovus Energy

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Cenovus realizes a responsibility to manage their activities in areas where they operate by creating a positive impact for both the community and their business. They know that energy improves the quality of people's lives and want to reflect that in their community investment strategy. This is accomplished by investing and creating programs, giving-in-kind support, sharing ideas and hosting and supporting events.

  • Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    We are a provincially recognized philanthropic organization dedicated to building healthy and vibrant Indigenous communities. Our funding supports health, education, arts & culture, and recreation & sports to further develop our youth into healthy thinkers, creators, and leaders to build a brighter future.

  • Emerging Artists Project

    RBC

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    RBC recognizes the struggle many artists go through to gain the recognition they need to become successful in their practice. Since 2007, the RBC Emerging Artists has been supporting organizations that provide the best opportunity to advance an artist’s career trajectory in genres such as visual arts, music, theatre, dance, literature and film.

  • Finning Canada Community Investment

    Finning Canada

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Our primary focus is providing support to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) organizations that provide education outreach to youth and post-secondary students.We also consider support for Indigenous outreach, programs in support of girls & women and programs that support communities at risk, typically underserved communities in rural, remote areas that are at an economic, environmental and social disadvantage. Preference will be given to programs supporting children and youth with a focus on STEM.

  • Foundation Funding Requestsd

    Honda Canada Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    We support people and organizations that focus on our four pillars: Family, Environment, Engineering and Education. This allows us to make a positive contribution to Canadians everywhere.

  • Future Launch

    RBC

    Funding Amount:

    $100,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    RBC Future Launch is a catalyst for change-bringing people together to co- create solutions so young people are better prepared for the future of work. Young people today are faced with three critical barriers they need to overcome to be successful: Solutions for lack of relevant experience, Solutions for lack of relevant skills, and Solutions for lack of professional networks and mentoring.

  • Grants and Donations

    Bass Pro Shops and Cabela's

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    At this time, we are investing in programs and initiatives that are aligned with our commitment to conservation. This includes projects and organizations working in the following areas: Conserving Wildlife and Habitat; Connecting New Audiences to the Outdoors; Advocating for Access and Sportsmen's Rights; Supporting Military and Veterans; Strengthening Communities in the Missouri Ozarks.

  • Keg Spirit Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Keg Spirit Foundation concentrates on supporting charities that focus on the development of youth, recognizing organizations that mirror the mentorship of young people. Initial letter of Intent must be submitted first. Funding decisions are made in the first quarter of the year based on the prior year's proposals.

  • Legacy Fund- Building Communities through Arts and Heritage

    Government of Canada

    Funding Amount:

    $500,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Building Communities through Arts and Heritage - Legacy Fund component provides funding for community-initiated capital projects, intended for community use. Recipients may receive up to 50 per cent of eligible project expenses up to a maximum of $500,000.

  • Lockheed Martin Canada Community Relations

    Lockheed Martin

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    As an industry leader, Lockheed Martin Canada aims to support its employees, customers, supply chain, industrial and academic partners, and the wider community. We are proud to play an active role in helping to strengthen the quality of life in Canada and the local communities where we live and work. Lockheed Martin Canada focuses its philanthropic efforts and support in two key areas: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education and Military and veteran causes.

  • London Drugs Foundation

    London Drugs Limited

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The London Drugs Foundation makes countless contributions to local hospitals, charities and organizations in support of health, education and the arts. These contributions make a real difference in the communities we serve.

  • OpenText Corporate Giving Program

    Open Text Corporation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Funding interests include: social and human services, environment, education, and community development. We are committed to our role as a responsible corporate citizen, we support education and innovation for global change, children and family', global disaster relief as well as United Way.

  • Promotional Product Support

    4Imprint

    Funding Amount:

    $500

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    We award grants for promotional products to organizations that are making a difference. This helps them spread the word, recruit volunteers, thank donors, or in some other way turn one thing into something much more.

  • Rooted In Community Endowment Program

    Peavey Industries LP

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Sponsorships and donations to British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba organizations for projects and events to benefit local communities. Funding is intended to support ideas and initiatives addressing emerging needs and opportunities. The goal of the program is to contribute to community growth and success.

  • School Equipment Grant

    President's Choice Children's Charity

    Funding Amount:

    $2,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The President's Choice Children's Charity: School Equipment Grant must be used to purchase the equipment necessary for food preparation and/or safe food handling in support of daily school meal programs. Eligible schools can apply for the cost of small appliances or a single large appliance annually.

  • ScotiaRISE

    Scotiabank

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Applications are reviewed throughout the yearRequests will be assessed based on your strategic alignment to our focus areas, employee engagement opportunities, financial health, governance and intended social impactDepending on the funding requested, review may include regional as well as national committee review.

  • Sponsorship & Donation

    North West Company

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The North West Company is proud of the active role we play within the communities. We strive to help make a positive progressive difference within each community we serve. One of the fundamental operating principles of The North West Company is our commitment to local organizations and programs.

  • Sponsorships

    Scotiabank

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Helping Canadian communities bring their passions to life makes our country a richer place to live. We prioritize our support of community initiatives in kids hockey, marathons, and the arts. These areas celebrate the uniqueness and diversity that make Canada great.

  • Strategic Charitable Partners

    Gore Mutual Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Strategic Charitable Partnership Program is a key part of the Equity Acceleration Fund which has a goal of supporting initiatives that are focused on the interconnectivity that exists between Poverty, Equity, and Climate Change.

  • Stronger Communities Fund

    Canadian National (CN) Railway

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Through our CN Stronger Communities Fund, CN contributes millions of dollars each year to organizations and initiatives that promote health and safety, innovation, environmental sustainability, diversity and inclusion, and civic engagement.

  • The Awesome Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $1,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Grants of $1,000 to USA, Canada, and International individuals and organizations for creative and innovative projects. Priority is given to projects that involve the focus areas of leadership, media activism, and ideas that increase representation and inclusion in class, race, age, gender, religion, sexuality, and/or ability. Generally, there is a strong preference for projects that contribute to local communities. $1,000

  • Viterra Community Investment Funding

    Viterra

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Viterra is committed to contributing to positive social outcomes in the communities where we have operations and our employees live, work and play through community development.

  • Youth + Us Partnership Opporutnities

    K+S Potash Canada

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    We feel differently about community investment— less about “donations,” or “sponsorships,” and more about adding purpose to everything we say and do. We seek to build purposeful partnerships in the communities where we live and work.

December 2023 to May 2024

Saskatchewan Grants:

Saskatchewan, a province in Canada, offers a variety of grants and financial assistance programs to support its residents and businesses in various areas, including education, agriculture, business development, and more. Keep in mind that the availability and details of these grants may change over time, so it's essential to check the official Saskatchewan government website or contact relevant government agencies for the most up-to-date information. Here are some common types of grants and assistance programs that may be available in Saskatchewan:

Grants List

  • Legacy Community Development Grants

    Innovation Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    $25,000

    Deadline:

    Sunday, December 31, 2023

    The Innovation Federal Credit Union Community Grant Program is intended for one-time project-based proposals. That means financial help to start something new or to assist with large purchases that are not normally possible.

  • Complimentary Investment Grant Programs Saskatchewan Lotteries Community Grant Program

    City of Regina - Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund

    Funding Amount:

    $15,000

    Deadline:

    Thursday, January 11, 2024

    Grants of up to $15,000 to Saskatchewan registered non-profit organizations for programs that encourage a range of athletic, cultural, and recreational activities in eligible regions. Priority will be given to activities that engage underserved populations. Eligible activities will benefit residents of the City of Regina.

  • Community Investment Program

    Conexus Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Monday, January 15, 2024

    Our giving is focused on enhancing the quality of life and economic well-being by supporting impactful programs and capital projects. Funding interests include: community development, education, health, social and human services.

  • Community Rink Affordability Grant (CRAG)

    Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association (SPRA), Prairie Central District for Sport, Culture and Recreation Inc. (PCDSCR), and Government of Saskatchewan

    Funding Amount:

    $2,500

    Deadline:

    Monday, January 15, 2024

    Skating and curling rinks are integral to the creation of vibrant, active, and connected communities in Saskatchewan. These facilities play a critical role in health and wellness, at a time when that has never been more important. Recognizing the escalating operating costs communities and organizations face, SPRA has partnered with the Government of Saskatchewan to offer the Community Rink Affordability Grant.

  • Painted Hand Community Development Corporation (PHCDC) Grant

    Painted Hand Community Development Corporation (PHCDC)

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    Monday, January 15, 2024

    The Painted Hand Community Development Corporation invites applications from Charitable and Non-profit organizations within Yorkton Tribal Council, cities of Yorkton & Melville and Secondary areas (located within 100 km / 60 mile radius of Yorkton).

  • Saskatchewan Lotteries Community Grant

    City of Saskatoon

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Monday, January 15, 2024

    The Saskatchewan Lotteries Community Grant Program provides funding for non-profit organizations and groups for projects that increase participation in sports, culture, or recreation for Saskatoon residents.

  • Community Grant Program

    City of Prince Albert - Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Monday, January 22, 2024

    Grants to Saskatchewan organizations and groups to provide cultural, recreational, and sports programming for residents in eligible locations. Priority will be given to local community projects. Eligible applicants are staffed by volunteers. Funding is intended to benefit residents of the City of Prince Albert.

  • Take the Lead! Training Assistance Program

    Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association (SPRA) and Physical and Health Education Canada (PHE Canada)

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Wednesday, January 31, 2024

    Take the Lead! is focused on fostering leadership skills in youth aged 11-14. Our youth know how to play best! Utilizing Take the Lead! resources and training, youth can practice leading active play opportunities, providing more physical activity opportunities for their peers. We are confident that youth who Take the Lead! will later draw upon these skills as they reinvest in our communities.

  • Co-op Community Investment Fund

    Federated Co-operatives Limited

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Sunday, December 31, 2023 - Sunday, March 31, 2024

    FCL's Community Investment Fund supports community programs and organizations that matter to our employees. This fund is administered by employee-led committees in Calgary, Edmonton, Regina, Saskatoon and Winnipeg.

  • Quality of Life Grants

    Saskatoon Community Foundation (SCF)

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    Thursday, February 1, 2024

    Saskatoon Community Foundation Quality of Life Grants support projects that create a vibrant community where everyone feels they belong. Registered charities are encouraged to submit letters of intent for projects with three main areas of focus: belonging, inclusion, and reconciliation.

  • Assistance to Community Groups

    Social Services Grant - City of Saskatoon

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Thursday, February 15, 2024

    Grants to Saskatchewan non-profit organizations and registered charities in eligible regions to meet vital community needs that improve the quality of life for local vulnerable populations. Funding is intended to support the provision of human services, to support children and youth, and to strengthen communities. Proposals should meet a need in the local community and benefit residents of Saskatoon.

  • Community Cultural Engagement and Planning Grant

    SaskCulture

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    Thursday, February 15, 2024

    The Community Cultural Engagement and Planning Grant (CCEP) is accessible by municipalities, First Nations or Tribal Councils in Saskatchewan to plan for the cultural life of a community. The grant aims to support research, community engagement, cultural planning, community investment and development, and collaboration and partnerships between various cultural organizations and community sectors that promote cultural vitality and economic sustainability.

  • Northern Lights Community Development Corporation (NLCDC) Grants

    Northern Lights Community Development Corporation (NLCDC)

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Thursday, February 15, 2024

    Grants to Saskatchewan charitable organizations and band enterprises for economic and community development projects that benefit First Nations communities in eligible regions. Funding is intended for programs within a ride range of focus areas, including education, economic and cultural development, health, and social well-being.

  • Saskatchewan K of C Charitable Foundation

    Saskatchewan K of C Charitable Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Thursday, February 15, 2024

    The Saskatchewan Knights of Columbus Charitable Foundation creates, administers and advocates for programs and services that help families in need.

  • Sport Projects Grant

    City of Saskatoon

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Thursday, February 15, 2024

    The Sport Projects Grant provides project funding to sports organizations based in Saskatoon.

  • Community Grant Program

    SGI and the Acquired Brain Injury Partnership Project

    Funding Amount:

    $1,000

    Deadline:

    Wednesday, February 28, 2024

    Grants to Saskatchewan local organizations for community safety initiatives. Funding is intended to support transportation safety programs. The goal of the grant program is to help local organizations offset the cost of implementing activities and projects that promote traffic safety and prevent brain injuries.

  • Community Grant Program

    Sask Lotteries

    Funding Amount:

    $2,000

    Deadline:

    Wednesday, February 28, 2024 - Monday, April 1, 2024

    The Sask Lotteries Community Grant Program helps volunteer-operated, non-profit community organizations develop sport, culture and recreation programs. Its goal is to enable communities to create sport, culture and recreation programs that are unique to the needs of local residents.

  • Moffat Family Fund

    The South Saskatchewan Community Foundation Inc

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    Wednesday, February 28, 2024

    The mission of the Moffat Family Fund in furtherance of its vision, is to enhance the quality of life and make a lasting difference, in communities where Moffat Communications Limited conducted business. Its primary goal is to support and advance the economic, social, physical and intellectual well-being of children and families, consistent with and in furtherance of the vision and mission of the Moffat Family Fund.

  • Artists In Communities – Projects

    SK Arts and SaskCulture

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, March 1, 2024

    Grants to Saskatchewan non-profit organizations, for-profit companies, First Nations, and artists for joint arts projects conducted throughout the province. Eligible projects are led by a professional artist or arts professional. Collaborations between artists and organizations must be initiated prior to applying.

  • Lorne and Evelyn Johnson Foundation Grant

    South Saskatchewan Community Foundation (SSCF) - Lorne and Evelyn Johnson Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $15,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, March 1, 2024

    Grants are made to promote social, cultural, religious, and other activities deemed beneficial to communities in southern Saskatchewan with priority given to the City of Regina. Grants often focus on supporting outreach to those in need, providing educational opportunities, and supporting the arts.

  • Saskatchewan Lotteries Community Grant Program

    City of Yorkton

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, March 1, 2024

    Grants of up to $5,000 to Saskatchewan non-profit community organizations for sports, recreation, and cultural events and projects in eligible regions. Funding is intended to support local, volunteer-run organizations and to assist in the implementation of community-based recreational programs. Projects must take place in Yorkton.

  • Special Events Grant

    City of Saskatoon

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, March 1, 2024

    This program provides grants to groups/organizations registered under the Saskatchewan Non-Profit Corporations Act wishing to host major events in Saskatoon. Events must have an event operating expense budget of $100,000 or greater to be eligible.

  • Stephen & Michelene Worobetz Foundation

    Saskatoon Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $6,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, March 1, 2024

    Funding categories include arts and culture, education, health, social and human services.

  • Community Initiatives Fund (CIF) Grants

    Community Initiatives Fund (CIF)

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    Monday, April 1, 2024

    Grants of up to $5,000, grants of up to $25,000, and grants of up to $50,000 to Saskatchewan non-profit organizations, municipalities, schools, school boards, and health regions for projects to benefit local communities.

  • Community Fund

    Weyburn Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    $2,500

    Deadline:

    Friday, April 12, 2024

    Our Community Fund was established by our Board of Directors to help support and develop sustainable programs and projects that enhance our communities. Each year, we allocate a portion of our profits into the Community Fund; local community groups are then able to apply for funding for programs and projects. To be considered, projects must have a far-reaching, positive impact on the community and intend to be self-sustainable.

  • Indigenous Community Sport Development Grant Program (ICSDGP)

    Sask Sport and Prairie Central District for Sport, Culture and Recreation (PCDSCR)

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Monday, April 15, 2024

    The purpose of the Indigenous Community Sport Development Grant Program (ICSDGP) is to provide greater sport participation and development opportunities for Indigenous youth in Saskatchewan. The program will assist and support the implementation of organized community sport programs to increase sport opportunities for youth in the Indigenous community, specifically in urban, rural, on-reserve, isolated and northern communities.

  • Truth and Reconciliation Fund

    South Saskatchewan Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $25,000

    Deadline:

    To be announced (TBA)

    The fund is intended to address programs that will help advance the Truth & Reconciliation Calls to Action in the areas of Education, Culture and Language. For example, this may include opportunities for children, youth and families to reconnect to their culture by providing opportunities such as workshops, events, classes that offer individuals and families connection to Elders, communities, and the Land.

  • Farm Credit Canada Community Funding

    Farm Credit Canada Community Funding

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Eligible organizations can apply for up to $10,000 in FCC Community Funding annually and applications are accepted year-round.

  • Ramsey Bay SK Play Bid GovSpend

    Ramsey Bay SK Play Bid GovSpend

    Funding Amount:

    $100,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Northern Municipal Services (NMS), Ministry of Government Relations, on behalf of the Resort Subdivision of Ramsey Bay, as part of the District, a legally incorporated municipality under The Northern Municipalities Act, 2010

  • Weldon SK Raises Funds For Playground

    Weldon SK Raises Funds For Playground

    Funding Amount:

    $150,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Weldon Playground Committee, a team of five, has set a fundraising goal of $150,000.While a final location hasn't been selected,the committee hopes to build the park near the Weldon care home,targeting to complete it

December 2023 to May 2024

Saskachewan Open Grants:

Saskachewan Open Grants with ongoing deadlines are available. To find specific grants and eligibility criteria, you can visit the official Saskatchewan government website or contact government agencies responsible for the respective programs. Additionally, local municipalities and organizations may offer grants and assistance specific to their regions or sectors, so it's worth exploring those options as well.

Grants List

  • Children”s Fund

    Access Communications Children's Fund

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Access Communications Children's Fund is a registered charity that supports projects for Saskatchewan children and youth in need or at risk in the many communities it serves. Donations are granted to support projects that focus on education & literacy, health & wellness, pathways out of poverty, and crime prevention for children at risk and in need.

  • Community Development Funding

    Affinity Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    We're committed to building a better world by investing our resources in bettering our communities, strengthening our economy and improving quality of life for individuals and families. We focus on distributing funding to local programs and initiatives that make a meaningful difference.

  • Community Engagement Fund

    Inter Pipeline

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Inter Pipeline Community Engagement Fund supports programs and initiatives whose goals include building a self-sustaining legacy in the community. This fund aims to primarily target charitable organizations that support the basic societal needs of food, shelter, and wellness for the vulnerable or underserved in our Canadian operating areas.

  • Community Enrichment

    Diamond North Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Diamond North Credit Union provides sponsorship and donations for your local event, program, activity or organization in the form of monetary donations, in-kind items (promotional merchandise), and/or employee volunteer support.

  • Community Involvement

    Trail Appliances

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Trail Appliances is always interested in finding additional ways to help strengthen community life. To request support for your organization, program or event, please follow the procedure outlined below and submit your request no less than three weeks prior to your event.

  • Community Involvment, Sponsorship and Donations

    Radius Credit Union Limited

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Radius Credit Union is involved in supporting our communities through sponsorships, donations, actively supporting and volunteering at local events, and being directly involved on local boards and organizing committees.

  • Community Support

    Rockglen-Killdeer Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Rockglen-Killdeer Credit Union takes pride in investing in the dreams that help our members and communities succeed. We support the charities, volunteer organizations and community organizations that make our community strong.

  • Corporate Sponsorship

    Unity Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Sponsorships and donations involve financial and/or in-kind contributions (i.e., staff time, donation of equipment, provision of office space) to local events or organizations. Preference is given to charitable and non-profit events and organizations. Organizations located within the Regina area and the Province at large that are centered on education, health or minor hockey will generally receive support, depending on the nature and scope of the request or event.

  • Donation & Sponsorship

    Accent Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Accent Credit Union provides financial support to our communities. We encourage our staff and board to volunteer and give back to the communities we serve.

  • Donation Requests

    Regina Pats Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Regina Pats Community Foundation is committed to community involvement and supporting local charitable initiatives. The Regina Pats Community Foundation has a provincial focus, in particular Regina and surrounding area, for in-kind donation requests.

  • Orano Community Investment

    Orano Canada

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    $20,000

    Orano's community investment focuses on initiatives and organizations in regions near our operations and activities, or where our employees reside. Health, Education, Access to Water and Economic Development are the main pillars of our contributions.

  • Richardson Pioneer Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Through the Richardson Foundation, Richardson International and its various divisions support many different community initiatives such as: splash parks, playgrounds, sports fields, arenas, community fields, arenas, community halls, and volunteer fire departments.

  • Saskatchewan Roughrider Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Saskatchewan Roughrider Foundation will support our three main community pillars: Amateur Sport, Health, Education. Small grants will be provided to community charities and not for profits who meet the criteria under the Foundations pillars.

  • Saskatoon City Employees Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Giving back to make an impact. We provide donations to worthy organizations and sponsor events and activities to support our communities.

  • Sponsorships and Donations

    Cornerstone Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Cornerstone focuses on the areas that best fit our vision, mission, and values. Preference is given to charitable and non-profit events and organizations.

  • Synergy Shares Program

    Synergy Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    $99,999

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Synergy Shares Program support projects and programs that: sustain, improve, and grow the communities where we have a presence; support financial wellness, including scholarships and financial literacy programs; sustain and improve health care; support local initiatives within the community.

  • Access Communications Children’s Fund

    Access Communications Children's Fund

    Funding Amount:

    $250,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Children's Fund supports projects for children and youth in need or at risk in the many communities served by Access Communications Co-operative. The Children’s Fund has donated over$3 million to various local children’s charities

  • Six Rivers Fund

    Six Rivers Fund

    Funding Amount:

    $150,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Funded by uranium mining and funds norther Saskatchewan community projects, including playground equipment.

December 2023 to May 2024

British Columbia Grants:

BC grants encompass financial aid initiatives and funding possibilities offered by the government of British Columbia, a Canadian province. These grants aim to bolster diverse individuals, organizations, businesses, and communities in BC, aiding them in attaining specific objectives or addressing particular needs. Encompassing a broad spectrum, these grants extend support to areas such as education, agriculture, healthcare, environmental conservation, arts and culture, research and innovation, small business development, and beyond.

Grants List

  • Grants In Aid Program

    Shuswap Community Foundation (SCF) and City of Salmon Arm

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Friday, December 15, 2023

    Grants to British Columbia nonprofit community organizations in eligible locations to benefit local residents. Funding is intended for a range of projects to benefit the local community. Funding for travel to regional or national events will be considered on an exceptional basis. Grants should provide a clear benefit to Salmon Arm.

  • Prince Rupert Port Authority Community Investment Fund

    Prince Rupert Port Authority

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Prince Rupert Port Authority is proud to be a community partner in over 100 projects through our Community Investment Fund.

  • Strong Neighbourhood Grant

    City of Kelowna Active Living and Culture Division and Central Okanagan Foundation (COF)

    Funding Amount:

    $1,500

    Deadline:

    Monday, January 29, 2024

    Residents often know just what is needed to enhance their neighbourhood's quality of life. This understanding inspired us to partner with the Central Okanagan Foundation to offer matching grants of up to $1,500 to support resident-led neighbourhood enhancement ideas or projects that empower neighbours to take action locally.

  • Shuswap Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Wednesday, January 31, 2024

    Every year, we offer charities and non-profits in the Shuswap opportunities to access grant funding that supports community improvement in the arts and culture, health and wellness, human services, recreation, sport, education, and environmental sectors.

  • Community Grants

    West Vancouver Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Wednesday, January 31, 2024

    West Vancouver Foundation supports charitable organizations working to create and sustain a healthy and vibrant North Shore, where everyone is valued, contributes and feels they belong. Community Grants support a wide range of community programs and projects that create connection and belonging for the North Shore community.

  • Society’s Funding Program

    Nechako-Kitamaat Development Fund (NKDF)

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Wednesday, January 31, 2024 - Sunday, March 31, 2024

    To support sustainable economic activity in northern communities affected by the Kitimat-Kemano project and by the creation of the Nechako Reservoir. NKDF spends the income from its long-term investments on programs and projects that meet each community's economic development goals.The investment area for the NKDF is normally limited to those areas with evidence of impacts from Rio Tinto Alcan's Nechako Reservoir and Kemano power project.

  • Active Communities Grant Program

    BC Alliance for Healthy Living

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    Monday, February 5, 2024

    The Active Communities Grant Program will fund programs led by Indigenous and local governments. The goal is for communities to be provided with the resources they need to support physical activity. This could mean improving ways to transport people to recreation centres or events, improving the built environment, offering ways to alleviate financial constraints so people can participate or offering participant-informed programming.

  • Real Estate Grant Program

    Real Estate Foundation Grant Program

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Wednesday, February 7, 2024

    The grant has five program areas: Freshwater Sustainability, Built Environment Sustainability, Real Estate Industry, Sustainable Food Systems and Sustainable Land Use. REFBC accepts applications through two streams: General Grants and Real Estate Industry Grants.

  • Community Investment Program

    Port of Vancouver

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, February 9, 2024

    Grants of British Columbia organizations in eligible regions for activities that benefit local communities. Eligible programs may align with one of the following areas of focus: education and training, community enrichment, and environmental leadership. Programs must benefit residents of the Port of Vancouver's jurisdiction.

  • Community Impact Grant

    Bowen Island Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $15,000

    Deadline:

    Thursday, February 15, 2024

    The Community Impact Fund sits at the heart of the Foundation. Built by small and large donations, it is designed to have maximum flexibility in order to respond to changing community needs. 2 stage grant process involved. Interview required during second stage.

  • The Northeast Regional Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $8,000

    Deadline:

    Thursday, February 15, 2024

    Every year, in partnership with our donors and fund holders, your Community Foundation provides grants to innovative charitable projects, both large and small.

  • Seedlings Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Thursday, February 15, 2024

    We aim to make a difference at home. Seedlings Foundation directs its grants to a limited number of initiatives relating to social programs, the Arts and environmental organizations primarily in the Vancouver Area.

  • Capital and Innovation Program

    Island Costal Economic Trust (ICET)

    Funding Amount:

    $200,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, February 16, 2024

    Our Capital and Innovation Program invests in communities of all sizes to implement vital regional and community-based infrastructure to support sustainable economic diversification and growth that strengthens wellbeing.

  • Project Grant

    BC Rehab Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, February 16, 2024

    Funding is intended to help people with physical disabilities by increasing access to programs in the following areas of focus: community wellness, arts, research, recreation, education, and arts. The intent of the BC Rehab Project Grant program is to create opportunities for the full participation of people with physical disabilities.

  • Community Grants

    Port Moody Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $3,000

    Deadline:

    Wednesday, February 21, 2024

    The Foundation seeks Expressions of Interest (EOI) from eligible local not-for-profit organizations needing financial support for projects and programs that will benefit Port Moody and its community members. Key focus areas include: Arts & Culture, Heritage, Environment, Sports & Recreation and Improving Lives for Local Residents.

  • Community Social Development Grant

    Central Okanagan Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, February 23, 2024

    The purpose of the Community Social Development grants program is to make available funding to registered non-profit organizations and community organizations offering socially beneficial services or programs in the City of Kelowna.

  • Electoral Area A Recreation and Culture Grants

    Regional District of Nanaimo

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, February 23, 2024

    The Electoral Area A Parks, Recreation & Culture Grant assists local community organizations in Area A to provide recreation and culture services. The grant program help to support a wide variety of services including programs, events, and special projects and initiatives offered throughout the communities, and enhances the overall service delivery provided by the RDN.

  • Foundation Grants

    Alberni Valley Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Wednesday, February 28, 2024

    The Alberni Valley Community Foundation supports non-profit groups in the following areas: Arts, Culture & Recreation, Education, Health & Physical Activity. Seniors, Social Services and Youth.

  • Community Fund

    Revelstoke Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Wednesay, February 28, 2024

    Gives the Foundation flexibility to address the emerging needs of our ever-changing community. With no specific focus, these funds benefit all facets of the community including: arts & culture, environment, health & welfare, children & families, sports & recreation, youth, seniors, education, community development, and heritage conservation.

  • Spirit of Coquitlam Grant

    City of Coquitlam

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Wednesday, March 1, 2024

    The Spirit of Coquitlam grant supports not-for-profit, community-based organizations that are based in and serving Coquitlam residents. The intent of the grant is to build community spirit by providing funds for public art, sport activities and programs, festivals and events, sport hosting, capital projects, and new initiatives that align with the City’s strategic goals.

  • R.R. Smith Memorial Fund Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Friday, March 1, 2024

    To advance public education in British Columbia and in developing countries such as acquiring school materials, books, equipment, and supplies of all kinds, and donating them to schools and providing funding to support innovative projects which advance public education.

  • The Hamber Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Friday, March 15, 2024

    The Foundation makes grants for cultural, educational and charitable purposes within the Province of British Columbia. Grants are awarded only to institutions and organizations registered as "educational" or "charitable" under the Canadian Income Tax Act and which are in possession of a registration number in good standing at the date of application.

  • Springford Family Foundation

    Parksville-Qualicum Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $2,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, March 29, 2024

    The Springford Family Foundation provides grants of up to $2,000 to support initiatives in three focus areas that improve local communities within the Oceanside region.

  • BC Ferries Sport Experience and Travel Support Program

    British Columbia Ferry Services Inc.

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Sunday, March 31, 2024

    The BC Ferries Sport Experience Program has been developed to provide travel support to not-for-profit sport organizations. Eligible applicants may apply for up to two one-way passenger vouchers per eligible traveller. Through this exciting program, BC Ferries and viaSport British Columbia assist with ferry travel costs for athletes, coaches, and team managers.

  • Broad Impact Grants

    BC HydroSmart

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Sunday, March 31, 2024

    We’re offering two types of grants to support non-profit organizations and registered charities that are making a difference in their communities.

  • Community Grant

    Gulf and Fraser Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Sunday, March 31, 2024

    The Gulf & Fraser Foundation (the Foundation) provides financial assistance to charities and non-profit agencies that build on the values of Gulf & Fraser to make a positive and lasting impact in the community. They support community health, environmental impact, and social care.

  • Community Grant

    Salt Spring Island Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Sunday, March 31, 2024

    From community health and affordable housing to projects in the areas of environment, education, agriculture, the arts, culture and heritage, recreation, community safety and more, our funding uplifts the lives of thousands of islanders. This funding is available to registered charities operating on Salt Spring Island.

  • Community Grants

    Phoenix Foundation Grants

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Sunday, March 31, 2024

    Funding categories include Animal Welfare, Arts and Culture, Children and Families, Environment, Health and Welfare, Libraries and Education, Youth, Community Health

  • Community Investment

    Kootenay Savings Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Sunday, March 31, 2024

    Kootenay Savings is passionate about supporting our communities and are dedicated to making a real difference in the region. Kootenay Savings helps fund hundreds of exciting community projects and events by awarding financial sponsorships and in-kind donations to community groups and charitable organizations throughout the Kootenays.

  • Economic Development Capacity Building

    Northern Development Initiative Trust- Economic Development Capacity Building

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    Sunday, March 31, 2024

    The Economic Development Capacity Building program provides annual grant funding to create additional economic development capacity for local governments throughout central and northern B.C. as they pursue economic growth and diversification opportunities.

  • MLMCF Project Funding Program

    Tenure Enhancement Stream McLeod Lake Mackenzie Community Forest

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Sunday, March 31, 2024

    The MLMCF Tenure Enhancement Stream supports research, physical works, and other applied projects that are relevant to and enhance the Community Forest area and support sound environmental and cultural stewardship, social values, and economic growth.

  • MLMCF Project Funding Program

    Community Benefits Stream McLeod Lake Mackenzie Community Forest

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Sunday, March 31, 2024

    The MLMCF Community Benefits Stream supports local projects and services that benefit the communities of McLeod Lake Indian Band and Mackenzie.

  • Small & Caring Grants

    Community Foundation North Okanagan

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Sunday, March 31, 2024

    The Small & Caring Grant supports a wide range of projects that are of benefit to those living and working within the boundaries of the North Okanagan Regional District including all member municipalities. Funded activities must provide a direct service to the community or take an innovative approach to community concerns.

  • BC Interior Community Project Grants

    BC Interior Community Foundation (BCICF)

    Funding Amount:

    $1,500

    Deadline:

    Monday, April 1, 2024

    We support regional, community-based projects/programs that benefit the community-at-large.

  • Whistler Blackcomb Foundation Society

    Funding Amount:

    $32,000

    Deadline:

    Monday, April 1, 2024

    The Whistler Blackcomb Foundation is dedicated to the financial support of registered non-profit organizations whose activities will provide benefit to the residents of the Sea to Sky Corridor. The Foundation typically supports programs in the areas of health, human services, education, recreation, the arts, culture and the environment, with an emphasis on children, youth and family programs.

  • Dawson Creek BC Seeks Input On Splash Pad

    Dawson Creek BC Seeks Input On Splash Pad

    Funding Amount:

    $100,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Posted on Thursday, March 28, 2024 Back to Search In recent years,the community has expressed to Council the need for them to consider an outdoor water feature in response to the closure of Rotary Lake.

  • British Columbia Playground Grants

    British Columbia Playground Grants

    Funding Amount:

    $4,950,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    30 schools will receive $165 k grants

  • Kelowna BC Looks At Large Parks Investment

    Kelowna BC Looks At Large Parks Investment

    Funding Amount:

    $21,000,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The City of Kelowna says it will invest $95 million in infrastructure projects this year, including $21 million in local parks.

  • Kinetic GPO Cooperative Purchasing

    Kinetic GPO Cooperative Purchasing

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    RFx General Information Opportunity TypeNotice TypeOpportunity DescriptionKinetic GPO Cooperative PurchasingOpportunity IDStatusSource System General information for Kinetic GPO Cooperative Purchasing - Lot : 1 / Amendment : 0 Issued by Township of Langley General information for Kinetic GPO Cooperative Purchasing - Lot : 1 / Amendment : 0 Main Commodity Artificial turf General information for Kinetic GPO Cooperative Purchasing - Lot : 1 / Amendment : 0 Other Commodities Office supply Cleaning and janitorial supplies Warehousing equipment and supplies Electric vehicle charging systems Traffic control Playground equipment Office furniture Pest control Electric vehicle charging station Multi function printers Cleaning or janitorial cart accessories Playground system Elevator maintenance services Construction equipment rental or leasing service Roofing service Information technology consultation services Uniform rental Site office BC GSIN CommoditiesLot #Lot refers to a stage in an RFx.1Amendment #0 Amendment History Issue Date2024-02-01 10:45:00 AM Closing Date and Time2024-12-12 11:45:00 PM Delivery of Submissions Submissions must be submitted using one of the following delivery methods: Email address General information for Kinetic GPO Cooperative Purchasing - Lot : 1 / Amendment : 0 Contact AddressDelivery of Submissions Submissions must be submitted using one of the following delivery methods: BC Bid Electronic Submission: Submit an electronic Submission using BC Bid. Only pre-authorized electronic bidders registered on the BC Bid system can make an electronic Submission using the BC Bid system. or <p>inquiries please email: bidsinfo@tol.ca</p> Closing LocationOpening Date and Time (yyyy-MM-dd)View Unverified BidsOpening LocationSummary Details1. This Notice is being sent to all suppliers registered under BC Bid however this information may not apply to all Suppliers.2. The Corporation of Township of Langley intends to participate in one or more procurements conducted by Kinetic GPO from February 1, 2024 and December 12, 2024.3. Kinetic GPO is a cooperative purchasing organization established for Broader Public Sector and MASH entities across Canada, with the specific purpose of reducing procurement cost by leveraging the purchasing power of group buying and saving our members time by simplifying steps to procure.For further information about the Kinetic GPO and the contracting process, please visit https://www.kineticgpo.ca/4. All enquiries specific to this NOI can be directed to bidsinfo@tol.ca5. The Kinetic GPO cooperative contracts categories include but are not limited to the following: Warehousing, Material Handling and Production Support Solutions HVAC Equipment, Installation, Services and Related Products and Services Staffing Services and Related Services and Solutions Automotive and Fleet: Parts, Accessories, Related Products, and Services Grounds Keeping Equipment Rental, Lease or Purchase of Uniforms, Mats, Mops, Towels and ‚ÄãOther Pest Control and Related Services Elevator Consulting Services Information Technology Solutions Energy Conservation Solutions & Related Services Energy Consulting & Related Services Project Management and Services Online Business Marketplace for Goods and Services Equipment and Tools Rental Electrical Vehicle Charging Stations and Services Traffic Control Products and Related Products and Solutions Paper and print products Office Supplies Furniture,... The preceding was a partial description of the bid opportunity of British Columbia - Unspecified Agency, Bid Number: 24-133 TOL as published on BC Bid. To view the complete official bid and to submit a bid, please proceed to the BC Bid website by clicking here.Official Contact Information Enquiries related to this RFx may only be directed in writing to the Official Contact using the "enquiries" interface if available, or the email address identified on the "opportunity details" tab. Information obtained from any other source is not official and should not be relied upon. Other information and rules regarding enquiries are set out in the "process rules" tab or within the attached RFx documents. Official Contact Official Contact ContactFirst NameContactLast Name ChrisEirikson About BC Bid BC Bid is an online bid opportunities marketplace operated by the Procurement Services Branch of the British Columbia (Canada) provincial government. The site allows the posting of bid solicitations, RFPs and other contract opportunities by various government agencies and public sector organizations such as municipalities, health authorities, school districts, Crown corporations and various departments of the BC government. Vendors can browse the opportunities on their site free of charge and without needing to register. Additional features such as opportunity notification and e-bidding services are available through a BC Bid subscription. BC Bid Help Desk services are available 8:30am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday by calling: 250-387-7301 (in Victoria, BC) 1-800-663-7867 (elsewhere in BC) 604-660-2421 (outside BC - ask to be transferred to the BC Bid Help Desk) Or you can email them at: bcbid@gov.bc.ca you can submit your bid online at BC Bid. Click here to view guides relating to e-bidding. (click on Downloadable guides)

  • Artificial Turf Field Replacement

    Artificial Turf Field Replacement

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    District of Squamish, British Columbia - Bid Classification: Construction Bid Type: RFP Bid Number: R24-22 Bid Name: Artificial Turf Field Replacement Bid Status: Open Published Date: Wed Apr 17, 2024 12:00 PM (PDT) Bid Closing Date: Fri May 17, 2024 2:00 PM (PDT) Question Deadline: Mon May 6, 2024 4:00 PM (PDT) Duration in months: 12 Negotiation Type: Refer to project document Condition for Participation: Refer to project document Electronic Auctions: Not Applicable Language for Bid Submissions: English unless specified in the bid document Submission Type: Online Submissions Only Submission Address: Online Submissions Only Public Opening: No Description: This Request for Proposals (the “RFP”) is an invitation by the District of Squamish (the “District”) to prospective proponents to submit proposals for Artificial Turf Field Replacement as further described in Section A of the RFP Particulars (Appendix D) (the “Deliverables”). The scope of Work generally includes but is not limited to the provision of all labour, material, equipment, transportation and other services to supply and install a complete new vertically draining infilled synthetic turf surface at Brennan Park Fields, Squamish, BC. Bid Document Access: Bid Opportunity notices and awards and a free preview of the bid documents is available on this site free of charge without registration. Please note, some documents may be secured and you will be required to register for the bid to download and view the documents. There is no cost to obtain an unsecured version of the document and /or to participate in this solicitation. Trade Agreements: Show Trade Agreements [+] Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA) Categories: Show Categories [+] Landscaping & Forestry Artificial TurfTurf Maintenance Recreation/Education Playground EquipmentCourt Surface SpecialistsRecreation Flooring / Restoration (Gym Floor, Rubberized, etc.) Parks Equipment & Supplies

  • NOI for Canoe Procurement Group of Canada

    NOI for Canoe Procurement Group of Canada

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    RFx General Information Opportunity TypeNotice TypeOpportunity DescriptionNOI for Canoe Procurement Group of Canada Opportunity IDStatusSource System General information for NOI for Canoe Procurement Group of Canada - Lot : 1 / Amendment : 0 Issued by City of Merritt General information for NOI for Canoe Procurement Group of Canada - Lot : 1 / Amendment : 0 Main Commodity Professional procurement services BC GSIN CommoditiesLot #Lot refers to a stage in an RFx.1Amendment #0 Amendment History Issue Date2023-11-10 2:59:16 PM Closing Date and Time2024-11-09 11:45:00 PM Delivery of Submissions Submissions must be submitted using one of the following delivery methods: Email address General information for NOI for Canoe Procurement Group of Canada - Lot : 1 / Amendment : 0 Contact AddressDelivery of Submissions Submissions must be submitted using one of the following delivery methods: BC Bid Electronic Submission: Submit an electronic Submission using BC Bid. Only pre-authorized electronic bidders registered on the BC Bid system can make an electronic Submission using the BC Bid system. or <div class="Default" style="margin-left:8px"><span style="font-size:12pt"><span style="font-family:Calibri,sans-serif"><span style="color:black">All inquiries specific to this NOI can be directed to andy@interiorpurchasing.ca. </span></span></span></div> Closing LocationEnquiries Deadline (yyyy-MM-dd)Questions related to this opportunity should be submitted to the Official Contact before this requested cut off date and time. Questions received after this date and time may not be answered. Format yyyy-mm-ddOpening Date and Time (yyyy-MM-dd)View Unverified BidsOpening LocationSummary DetailsNotice of IntentCanoe Procurement Group of Canada (formerly RMA Trade) Group Purchasing OrganizationIssued: November 10, 2023 to November 9, 2024 Notice is hereby given that the City of Merritt (the City) is a member of Canoe Procurement Group of Canada (formerly Rural Municipalities of Alberta’s RMA Trade) and is eligible to procure through the cooperative contracts that are administered by Canoe Procurement Group of Canada/RMA Trade. The City intends to participate in one or more procurements conducted by Canoe Procurement Group of Canada from November 10, 2023 to November 9, 2024. For further information and access to the Canoe RFP notices, please review the BC Bid website at www.bcbid.gov.bc.ca and the MERX website at www.merx.com. For further information about Canoe, please visit the website at www.canoeprocurement.ca Canoe Procurement Group of Canada is a Group Purchasing Organization (also called a Buying Group or Cooperative Purchasing Organization). Canoe Procurement Group of Canada provides public sector entities access to quality and competitively priced goods and services for their everyday needs. Canoe members consist of not-for-profit and public sector organizations, such as school divisions, municipalities, water irrigation districts, rural electrification associations, hospitals, airport authorities, post-secondary institutions, seniors housing associations, and many more. Collectively, Canoe has over 5,000 members across the country and continues to grow. Canoe Procurement Group of Canada’s cooperative contract categories include, but are not limited to, the following: Aggregates Agricultural Tractors with Related Equipment and Accessories Athletic Surfaces/Surfacing with Related Materials, Supplies, Installation and Services Automotive and Truck Replacement Parts and Tires with Related Equipment, Accessories and Services Airport Runway and Emergency Equipment with Related Accessories Class 4-8 Chassis with Related Equipment, Accessories and Services Culverts with Related Accessories and Supplies Design/Build Skateparks, Bike Parks and Pump Tracks Electrical Equipment, Supplies and Services Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment and Related Services Electrical Energy Power Generation with Related Parts, Supplies, and Services Elevators, Escalators and Moving Walks Exercise, Fitness, & Rehabilitation Equipment with Related Accessories, Services, Installation and Supplies Enforcement Solutions Facility MRO, Building Supplies, Paint with Related Equipment Facility Assessment and Planning Facility Security Equipment, Systems and Services with Related Equipment and Supplies Firefighting Apparatus with Related Equipment, Accessories and Supplies Firefighting PPE Equipment and Body Armor Fabric Shelter Design, Installation and Maintenance Fleet Upfitting Equipment, Supplies and Installation Fleet Management Food Services Food Recycling Fuel Management Furniture Solutions Flooring Materials with Related Supplies and Services Lifts with Related Material Handling Equipment, Attachments, Accessories and Services Grounds Engagement Tools and Related Services Grounds Maintenance Equipment, Attachments, Accessories and Related Services Geospatial Equipment with Related Accessories and Supplies Heavy Construction Equipment with Related Accessories, Attachments and Supplies HVAC Systems IT Services Ice Rink and Arena Equipment Kitchen Equipment Mobile Refuse Collection Vehicles with Related Equipment, Accessories and Services Medium Duty Construction Equipment with Related Attachments and Accessories Office Supplies Pest Management Portable Construction, Maintenance Equipment and Trailers with Related Accessories, Attachments Portable Toilets and Shower Trailers Public Utility Equipment with Related Accessories and Supplies Public Administration and Emergency Management Software Public Safety Training Professional Janitorial and Custodial Services Playground Equipment with Related Accessories Recreation and Playground Equipment, Accessories, and Supplies Roadway Maintenance Equipment with Related Accessories, Attachments, Materials, and Supplies Rental Equipment, Used Sales and Services Sewer Vacuum, Hydro-Excavation and/or Street Sweeper Equipment with Related Accessories and Supplies Snow and Ice Handling Equipment with Related Accessories, Services and Supplies School Buses Surplus Auction Services with Related Solutions The preceding was a partial description of the bid opportunity of British Columbia - Unspecified Agency, Bid Number: Canoe NOI as published on BC Bid. To view the complete official bid and to submit a bid, please proceed to the BC Bid website by clicking here.Official Contact Information Enquiries related to this RFx may only be directed in writing to the Official Contact using the "enquiries" interface if available, or the email address identified on the "opportunity details" tab. Information obtained from any other source is not official and should not be relied upon. Other information and rules regarding enquiries are set out in the "process rules" tab or within the attached RFx documents. Official Contact Official Contact ContactFirst NameContactLast NameEmail AndyBrennanandy@interiorpurchasing.ca About BC Bid BC Bid is an online bid opportunities marketplace operated by the Procurement Services Branch of the British Columbia (Canada) provincial government. The site allows the posting of bid solicitations, RFPs and other contract opportunities by various government agencies and public sector organizations such as municipalities, health authorities, school districts, Crown corporations and various departments of the BC government. Vendors can browse the opportunities on their site free of charge and without needing to register. Additional features such as opportunity notification and e-bidding services are available through a BC Bid subscription. BC Bid Help Desk services are available 8:30am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday by calling: 250-387-7301 (in Victoria, BC) 1-800-663-7867 (elsewhere in BC) 604-660-2421 (outside BC - ask to be transferred to the BC Bid Help Desk) Or you can email them at: bcbid@gov.bc.ca you can submit your bid online at BC Bid. Click here to view guides relating to e-bidding. (click on Downloadable guides)

  • NOI for Canoe Procurement Group of Canada

    NOI for Canoe Procurement Group of Canada

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    RFx General Information Opportunity TypeNotice TypeOpportunity DescriptionNOI for Canoe Procurement Group of Canada Opportunity IDStatusSource System General information for NOI for Canoe Procurement Group of Canada - Lot : 1 / Amendment : 0 Issued by Town of Osoyoos General information for NOI for Canoe Procurement Group of Canada - Lot : 1 / Amendment : 0 Main Commodity Professional procurement services BC GSIN CommoditiesLot #Lot refers to a stage in an RFx.1Amendment #0 Amendment History Issue Date2023-11-20 10:15:18 AM Closing Date and Time2024-11-19 11:45:00 PM Delivery of Submissions Submissions must be submitted using one of the following delivery methods: Email address General information for NOI for Canoe Procurement Group of Canada - Lot : 1 / Amendment : 0 Contact AddressDelivery of Submissions Submissions must be submitted using one of the following delivery methods: BC Bid Electronic Submission: Submit an electronic Submission using BC Bid. Only pre-authorized electronic bidders registered on the BC Bid system can make an electronic Submission using the BC Bid system. or <div class="Default" style="margin-left:8px"><span style="font-size:12pt"><span style="font-family:Calibri,sans-serif"><span style="color:black">All inquiries specific to this NOI can be directed to andy@interiorpurchasing.ca </span></span></span></div> Closing LocationEnquiries Deadline (yyyy-MM-dd)Questions related to this opportunity should be submitted to the Official Contact before this requested cut off date and time. Questions received after this date and time may not be answered. Format yyyy-mm-ddOpening Date and Time (yyyy-MM-dd)View Unverified BidsOpening LocationSummary DetailsNotice of IntentCanoe Procurement Group of Canada (formerly RMA Trade) Group Purchasing OrganizationIssued: November 20, 2023 to November 19, 2024 Notice is hereby given that the Town of Osoyoos (the Town) is a member of Canoe Procurement Group of Canada (formerly Rural Municipalities of Alberta’s RMA Trade) and is eligible to procure through the cooperative contracts that are administered by Canoe Procurement Group of Canada/RMA Trade. The Town intends to participate in one or more procurements conducted by Canoe Procurement Group of Canada from November 20, 2023 to November 19, 2024. For further information and access to the Canoe RFP notices, please review the BC Bid website at www.bcbid.gov.bc.ca and the MERX website at www.merx.com. For further information about Canoe, please visit the website at www.canoeprocurement.ca Canoe Procurement Group of Canada is a Group Purchasing Organization (also called a Buying Group or Cooperative Purchasing Organization). Canoe Procurement Group of Canada provides public sector entities access to quality and competitively priced goods and services for their everyday needs. Canoe members consist of not-for-profit and public sector organizations, such as school divisions, municipalities, water irrigation districts, rural electrification associations, hospitals, airport authorities, post-secondary institutions, seniors housing associations, and many more. Collectively, Canoe has over 5,000 members across the country and continues to grow. Canoe Procurement Group of Canada’s cooperative contract categories include, but are not limited to, the following: Aggregates Agricultural Tractors with Related Equipment and Accessories Athletic Surfaces/Surfacing with Related Materials, Supplies, Installation and Services Automotive and Truck Replacement Parts and Tires with Related Equipment, Accessories and Services Airport Runway and Emergency Equipment with Related Accessories Class 4-8 Chassis with Related Equipment, Accessories and Services Culverts with Related Accessories and Supplies Design/Build Skateparks, Bike Parks and Pump Tracks Electrical Equipment, Supplies and Services Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment and Related Services Electrical Energy Power Generation with Related Parts, Supplies, and Services Elevators, Escalators and Moving Walks Exercise, Fitness, & Rehabilitation Equipment with Related Accessories, Services, Installation and Supplies Enforcement Solutions Facility MRO, Building Supplies, Paint with Related Equipment Facility Assessment and Planning Facility Security Equipment, Systems and Services with Related Equipment and Supplies Firefighting Apparatus with Related Equipment, Accessories and Supplies Firefighting PPE Equipment and Body Armor Fabric Shelter Design, Installation and Maintenance Fleet Upfitting Equipment, Supplies and Installation Fleet Management Food Services Food Recycling Fuel Management Furniture Solutions Flooring Materials with Related Supplies and Services Lifts with Related Material Handling Equipment, Attachments, Accessories and Services Grounds Engagement Tools and Related Services Grounds Maintenance Equipment, Attachments, Accessories and Related Services Geospatial Equipment with Related Accessories and Supplies Heavy Construction Equipment with Related Accessories, Attachments and Supplies HVAC Systems IT Services Ice Rink and Arena Equipment Kitchen Equipment Mobile Refuse Collection Vehicles with Related Equipment, Accessories and Services Medium Duty Construction Equipment with Related Attachments and Accessories Office Supplies Pest Management Portable Construction, Maintenance Equipment and Trailers with Related Accessories, Attachments Portable Toilets and Shower Trailers Public Utility Equipment with Related Accessories and Supplies Public Administration and Emergency Management Software Public Safety Training Professional Janitorial and Custodial Services Playground Equipment with Related Accessories Recreation and Playground Equipment, Accessories, and Supplies Roadway Maintenance Equipment with Related Accessories, Attachments, Materials, and Supplies Rental Equipment, Used Sales and Services Sewer Vacuum, Hydro-Excavation and/or Street Sweeper Equipment with Related Accessories and Supplies Snow and Ice Handling Equipment with Related Accessories, Services and Supplies School Buses Surplus Auction Services with Related Solutions... The preceding was a partial description of the bid opportunity of British Columbia - Unspecified Agency, Bid Number: 2023-046 as published on BC Bid. To view the complete official bid and to submit a bid, please proceed to the BC Bid website by clicking here.Official Contact Information Enquiries related to this RFx may only be directed in writing to the Official Contact using the "enquiries" interface if available, or the email address identified on the "opportunity details" tab. Information obtained from any other source is not official and should not be relied upon. Other information and rules regarding enquiries are set out in the "process rules" tab or within the attached RFx documents. Official Contact Official Contact ContactFirst NameContactLast Name KALKAHLON About BC Bid BC Bid is an online bid opportunities marketplace operated by the Procurement Services Branch of the British Columbia (Canada) provincial government. The site allows the posting of bid solicitations, RFPs and other contract opportunities by various government agencies and public sector organizations such as municipalities, health authorities, school districts, Crown corporations and various departments of the BC government. Vendors can browse the opportunities on their site free of charge and without needing to register. Additional features such as opportunity notification and e-bidding services are available through a BC Bid subscription. BC Bid Help Desk services are available 8:30am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday by calling: 250-387-7301 (in Victoria, BC) 1-800-663-7867 (elsewhere in BC) 604-660-2421 (outside BC - ask to be transferred to the BC Bid Help Desk) Or you can email them at: bcbid@gov.bc.ca you can submit your bid online at BC Bid. Click here to view guides relating to e-bidding. (click on Downloadable guides)

  • Notice of Intent Canoe Procurement Group of Canada Cooperative Purchasing

    Notice of Intent Canoe Procurement Group of Canada Cooperative Purchasing

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Bid Classification: Goods Bid Type: NOI Bid Number: NOI24-01 Bid Name: Notice of Intent Canoe Procurement Group of Canada Cooperative Purchasing Bid Status: Open Bid Closing Date: Tue Dec 31, 2024 2:00 PM (PST) Electronic Auctions: Not Applicable Language for Bid Submissions: English unless specified in the bid document Submission Type: Hard Copy Submissions Only Submission Address: Notice of intent only - email purchasing@portmoody.ca for any questions. Public Opening: No Description: Notice is hereby given, the City of Port Moody (the City) is a member of the Canoe Procurement Group of Canada and are eligible to procure through the cooperative contracts that are administered by Canoe.Canoe’s cooperative contract purchasing leverage the national purchasing power of more than 50,000 member agencies while also streamlining the required purchasing process. As a national municipal contracting agency, Canoe establish and provide nationally leveraged and competitively solicited purchasing contracts under the guidance of the Uniform Municipal Contracting Law. Joint Powers laws enable members to legally purchase through the awarded contracts.The Canoe cooperative contracts categories include but are not limited to the following:Agricultural Tractors with Related Equipment and AccessoriesAthletic and Physical Education Equipment and Supplies with Related AccessoriesAthletic Surfaces/Surfacing with Related Materials, Supplies, Installation and ServicesAutomotive and Truck Replacement Parts and Tires with Related Equipment, Accessories, and ServicesElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment and Related ServicesElectrical Energy Power Generation with Related Parts, Supplies, and ServicesEvent Seating and Related AccessoriesExercise, Fitness, & Rehabilitation Equipment with Related Accessories, Services, Installation & SuppliesFirefighting Apparatus, with Related Equipment, Accessories, and SuppliesFlooring Materials, with Related Supplies and ServicesForklifts, Lift Trucks, and Related Material Handling Equipment, Attachments, Accessories & ServicesGrounds Maintenance Equipment, Attachments, Accessories, and Related ServicesHealth & Safety, Medical, Surgical, and First Aid Related Equipment, Supplies, Accessories & ServiceHeavy Construction Equipment with Related Accessories, Attachments, and SuppliesMedium Duty and Compact Construction and Maintenance Equipment with Related Attachments, AccessoriesPortable Construction and Maintenance Equipment and Trailers with Related Accessories, AttachmentsPublic Utility Equipment with Related Accessories and SuppliesRecreation and Playground Equipment, Accessories, and SuppliesRoadway Maintenance Equipment with Related Accessories, Attachments, Materials, and SuppliesSewer Vacuum, Hydro-Excavation and/or Street Sweeper Equipment with Related Accessories and SuppliesSnow and Ice Handling Equipment with Related Accessories, Services and SuppliesStorage Products or Systems with Related AccessoriesThose who are interested in becoming a vendor must follow the respective registration or competitive solicitation processes.More information regarding Canoe can be found HERE.All inquiries specific to this NOI can be directed to purchasing@portmoody.ca Bid Document Access: Bid Opportunity notices and awards and a free preview of the bid documents is available on this site free of charge without registration. Please note, some documents may be secured and you will be required to register for the bid to download and view the documents. There is no cost to obtain an unsecured version of the document and /or to participate in this solicitation. Categories: Show Categories [+] Office/School Equipment, Accessories and Supplies Office Supplies/School SuppliesServicesMachines and Supplies Machinery and Tools Powered & Non-Powered, Supplies & AccessoriesServices Heavy Construction - Earth Handling Equipment (Industrial) ServicesSupplies and Equipment Automotive GradersLoadersTrailersTractor ImplementsOff Road EquipmentSupplies & EquipmentExcavatorsLawn and Farm Equipment Non-Medical Equipment, Furniture, Supplies, Stationary or Services Recreation/Education Paint (Field marking, ice paint, etc.)Court Surface SpecialistsBleachers/StandsPark DevelopmentFitness EquipmentRecreation Flooring / Restoration (Gym Floor, Rubberized, etc.) Landscaping & Forestry Supplies & Services Construction Parks, Trails & LandscapeHeavy Duty Equipment Equipment Heavy EquipmentParks & Landscaping Fire Services Fire Protection Equipment (Nozzles, Fire extinguisher, props, etc.) Trade Services Carpet/ Flooring Building Services Generator Equipment Parks Equipment & Supplies Health & Safety Facilities, Redevelopment, Trades, Machinery, Construction, Architectural or Engineering

  • Swensson Park Shelter – Prefabricated Shelter – Supply & Installation

    Swensson Park Shelter - Prefabricated Shelter - Supply & Installation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Bid Classification: Goods Bid Type: NOI Bid Number: NOI24-01 Bid Name: Notice of Intent Canoe Procurement Group of Canada Cooperative Purchasing Bid Status: Open Bid Closing Date: Tue Dec 31, 2024 2:00 PM (PST) Electronic Auctions: Not Applicable Language for Bid Submissions: English unless specified in the bid document Submission Type: Hard Copy Submissions Only Submission Address: Notice of intent only - email purchasing@portmoody.ca for any questions. Public Opening: No Description: Notice is hereby given, the City of Port Moody (the City) is a member of the Canoe Procurement Group of Canada and are eligible to procure through the cooperative contracts that are administered by Canoe.Canoe’s cooperative contract purchasing leverage the national purchasing power of more than 50,000 member agencies while also streamlining the required purchasing process. As a national municipal contracting agency, Canoe establish and provide nationally leveraged and competitively solicited purchasing contracts under the guidance of the Uniform Municipal Contracting Law. Joint Powers laws enable members to legally purchase through the awarded contracts.The Canoe cooperative contracts categories include but are not limited to the following:Agricultural Tractors with Related Equipment and AccessoriesAthletic and Physical Education Equipment and Supplies with Related AccessoriesAthletic Surfaces/Surfacing with Related Materials, Supplies, Installation and ServicesAutomotive and Truck Replacement Parts and Tires with Related Equipment, Accessories, and ServicesElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment and Related ServicesElectrical Energy Power Generation with Related Parts, Supplies, and ServicesEvent Seating and Related AccessoriesExercise, Fitness, & Rehabilitation Equipment with Related Accessories, Services, Installation & SuppliesFirefighting Apparatus, with Related Equipment, Accessories, and SuppliesFlooring Materials, with Related Supplies and ServicesForklifts, Lift Trucks, and Related Material Handling Equipment, Attachments, Accessories & ServicesGrounds Maintenance Equipment, Attachments, Accessories, and Related ServicesHealth & Safety, Medical, Surgical, and First Aid Related Equipment, Supplies, Accessories & ServiceHeavy Construction Equipment with Related Accessories, Attachments, and SuppliesMedium Duty and Compact Construction and Maintenance Equipment with Related Attachments, AccessoriesPortable Construction and Maintenance Equipment and Trailers with Related Accessories, AttachmentsPublic Utility Equipment with Related Accessories and SuppliesRecreation and Playground Equipment, Accessories, and SuppliesRoadway Maintenance Equipment with Related Accessories, Attachments, Materials, and SuppliesSewer Vacuum, Hydro-Excavation and/or Street Sweeper Equipment with Related Accessories and SuppliesSnow and Ice Handling Equipment with Related Accessories, Services and SuppliesStorage Products or Systems with Related AccessoriesThose who are interested in becoming a vendor must follow the respective registration or competitive solicitation processes.More information regarding Canoe can be found HERE.All inquiries specific to this NOI can be directed to purchasing@portmoody.ca Bid Document Access: Bid Opportunity notices and awards and a free preview of the bid documents is available on this site free of charge without registration. Please note, some documents may be secured and you will be required to register for the bid to download and view the documents. There is no cost to obtain an unsecured version of the document and /or to participate in this solicitation. Categories: Show Categories [+] Office/School Equipment, Accessories and Supplies Office Supplies/School SuppliesServicesMachines and Supplies Machinery and Tools Powered & Non-Powered, Supplies & AccessoriesServices Heavy Construction - Earth Handling Equipment (Industrial) ServicesSupplies and Equipment Automotive GradersLoadersTrailersTractor ImplementsOff Road EquipmentSupplies & EquipmentExcavatorsLawn and Farm Equipment Non-Medical Equipment, Furniture, Supplies, Stationary or Services Recreation/Education Paint (Field marking, ice paint, etc.)Court Surface SpecialistsBleachers/StandsPark DevelopmentFitness EquipmentRecreation Flooring / Restoration (Gym Floor, Rubberized, etc.) Landscaping & Forestry Supplies & Services Construction Parks, Trails & LandscapeHeavy Duty Equipment Equipment Heavy EquipmentParks & Landscaping Fire Services Fire Protection Equipment (Nozzles, Fire extinguisher, props, etc.) Trade Services Carpet/ Flooring Building Services Generator Equipment Parks Equipment & Supplies Health & Safety Facilities, Redevelopment, Trades, Machinery, Construction, Architectural or Engineering

December 2023 to May 2024

British Columbia Open Grants:

Open grants in BC refer to financial assistance programs and funding opportunities provided by the government of British Columbia, a province in Canada. These grants are available to various individuals, organizations, businesses, and communities in BC, offering support to achieve specific goals or address particular needs. They encompass a wide range of areas, including education, agriculture, healthcare, environmental conservation, arts and culture, research and innovation, small business development, and more.

Grants List

  • Allen and Loreen Vandekerkhove Family Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Allen and Loreen Vandekerkhove Family Foundation strives to support registered charities that reflect best what the foundation stands for: Local, grass-roots charities with a large volunteer core that puts the needs of the community first.

  • Book of Giving Opportunities

    Nanaimo Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Grants of up to $50,000 to British Columbia qualified donees in eligible regions for projects to benefit the community. Funding is intended for a broad range of programs, projects, and activities. Eligible programs must benefit residents within the geographical boundaries of School District 68 in Nanaimo.

  • Building Healthier Communities

    Coastal Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    $25,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Building Healthier Communities Fund helps support long-term initiatives that strengthen and sustain our Island communities. Focus areas include: housing, mental health, healthcare, and addressing homelessness.

  • Canucks For Kids Fund

    Funding Amount:

    $155,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Canucks for Kids Fund dedicates resources to assist charities supporting children’s health and wellness, foster the development of grassroots hockey, and facilitate and encourage education in British Columbia.

  • Child Care Capital Improvement Fund

    City of North Vancouver

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The City of North Vancouver is offering grants to registered non-profit societies for the purpose of expanding, repairing, renovating or purchasing new equipment for childcare facilities in the city.

  • ChildCareBC New Spaces Fund

    BC Government

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The ChildCareBC New Spaces Fund provides funding to create new licensed child care, helping families access, affordable, quality, and inclusive child care as a core service they can depend on, while strengthening communities throughout British Columbia. Applicants are encouraged to apply by January 2024 to have their applications considered.

  • CKNW Kids Fund

    Funding Amount:

    $12,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    CKNW Kids' Fund accepts grant applications from both individual families and organizations in BC that are focused on children’s programs and special projects.

  • Community and First Nations Sponsorship

    Columbia Power

    Funding Amount:

    $2,500

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Columbia Power's First Nations and Community Sponsorship programs help to build strong partnerships and vibrant communities where they operate their facilities. Columbia Power's funding supports a wide range of activities and organizations based in their operations regions in the West Kootenay.

  • Community Development Grants

    Regional District of Central Kootenay

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Support initiatives from non-profit organizations that further the social, economic and environmental well being of the Regional District's residents and organizations

  • Community Foundation Grant

    Integris Credit Union Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Foundation's earnings are used to meet a wide range of local charitable needs and interests. The Foundation is an effective way for communities in the region to combine financial resources and to collaborate on various charitable and community enrichment efforts.

  • Community Giving

    East Kootenay Community Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Our goal is to give back to causes that helps our members, our community as a whole and is socially responsible. We recognize our community needs are as unique as our members and all requests will be considered.

  • Community Investment

    North Peace Savings

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Every year North Peace Savings allocates funds to support numerous community groups, local charities and causes.

  • Community Investment Program

    FortisBC

    Funding Amount:

    $15,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    FortisBC provides funding for community initiatives that help improve the communities in our FortisBC Service Areas.

  • Community Investment Program

    Nelson and District Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Nelson and District Credit Union's Community Investment Program is specifically created to help our communities thrive. The program provides funding assistance in the areas of education, community, economic development, social responsibility, wellness, recreation and arts, culture and heritage.

  • Community Partner Sponsorship

    Interior Savings

    Funding Amount:

    $15,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Interior Savings supports community-based non-profit, volunteer or charitable organizations in the Okanagan, Thompson and Nicola Valley communities.

  • Community Placemaking Program

    Island Coastal Economic Trust (ICET)

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Our Community Placemaking Program provides up to $50,000 in funding for communities to collaboratively create and transform public spaces into vibrant, inclusive and thriving places.

  • Community Support Grants

    Delta Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Delta Community Foundation provides support across many charitable sectors, including mental health, education, children and youth, environment, food security, Indigenous, neighborhoods, seniors and many more. Community Support Grants support registered charities and other qualified donees whose work benefits the wellbeing of the Delta community.

  • Discretionary Grants

    Regional District of Central Kootenay

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Applicants must first discuss project proposals with Area Directors prior to applying for a Discretionary Grant to ensure their local Director is in support of the project.

  • Djavad Mowafaghian Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Djavad Mowafaghian Foundation reflects the spirit, vision and intent of its founder to improve the lives of children across the globe with special focus on health, wellness and education.

  • Early Childhood Educator (ECE) Training Wage Programs

    Columbia Basin Trust and College of the Rockies

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    This program helps strengthen the Early Childhood Educator (ECE) workforce by providing a training wage to ECE Assistants (ECEAs) and certified ECEs, employed by licensed child care facilities in the Basin, to support them to complete and/or upgrade their ECE qualifications.

  • Emily Brydon Youth Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Emily Brydon Youth Foundation provides financial support to youth in the Elk Valley to pursue their dreams in programs involving sports, education or the arts.

  • Festivals Burnaby Grant Program – Neighbourhood Events

    City of Burnaby

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Festivals Burnaby Grant provides funding to eligible organizations in Burnaby to support existing community events and festivals or to initiate new ones. These could be neighbourhood initiatives, events within specific areas of the city and or citywide or regional events.

  • Funding Support

    TLC Fund for Kids

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    From educational programs and backpack drives to playgrounds, to special care, the TLC Fund for Kids supports the needs of children, ages 18 and under on Southern Vancouver Island. The Fund can assist a single child or go towards helping a group. Any not-for-profit organization dedicated to the health, happiness and betterment of life for children on Southern Vancouver Island may request assistance. Individuals may also apply on behalf of their child, or another deserving child in need.

  • Garth Homer Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Garth Homer Foundation provides funds to support people with developmental and other disabilities to make a life, a home, and a place in the world.

  • Kootenay Savings Sponsorship and Donation

    Kootenay Savings Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Each year we help fund hundreds of community projects and events in the Kootenays through our financial sponsorships and in-kind donations.

  • Lending A Hand

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Lending A Hand was established to provide resources that accelerate positive community change, while focusing on children and youth-based needs.

  • My Great Neighbourhood Grant Program

    City of Victoria

    Funding Amount:

    $7,500

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The My Great Neighbourhood Grant program is all about community. This program helps residents animate public space, develop and enhance a sense of community and leave a positive legacy in our neighbourhoods.

  • Organization Development Grant

    City of Kelowna Active Living and Culture Division

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    This program aims to assist non‐profit sport, event, social service and cultural organizations for the purpose of undertaking activities or initiatives that develop the organization’s capacity and sustainability.

  • Other Grants

    City of Nanaimo

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The City of Nanaimo, in cooperation with the Regional District of Nanaimo, maintains an annual program to award civic grant funding to eligible non-profit organizations operating in the City of Nanaimo. There are three categories: Security Check Grants, Permissive Tax Exemptions (PTE) and Other Grants.

  • Panorama Foundation Society

    Funding Amount:

    $6,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Panorama Foundation will fulfill its mission by providing financial support to local organizations and programs devoted to environment preservation and protection, human services, health and education, family, children and youth support services, sport and recreation, and arts and culture.

  • Recreation Grants

    Regional District of Central Kootenay

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Recreation Commissions are local Commissions established by the RDCK Board to advise on local recreation and/or park operation needs of the community.

  • Rina M Bidin Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Foundation’s support is focused on mainly BC based (preferably already established or supportable) programs with the purpose of improving the future for children and youth.

  • Rotary Club of Kamloops

    Rotary Club of Kamloops

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    All of Kamloops has benefited from Rotary's continuing support of Royal Inland Hospital and the Kamloops Food Bank. Throughout our 94 year history, the Rotary Club of Kamloops has enjoyed partnering with community groups to better serve the needs of the people of Kamloops.

  • Rotary Club of Langley

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    District grants fund small-scale, short-term activities that address needs in your community and communities abroad.

  • Rotary Club of Victoria Harbourside Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Rotary members contribute their skills, expertise, and resources to help solve some of the world’s toughest problems. From providing clean water to promoting peace worldwide, Rotary Foundation grants bring service project ideas to life.

  • School Age Care Expansion Projects Grant Program

    City of Vancouver and Vancouver Board of Education (VBE)

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Grants of up to $50,000 to Vancouver, British Columbia non-profit organizations to establish new or expand existing school-age childcare programs. Funding will primarily support capital expenses, including physical improvements, installations, equipment, and furniture.

  • Surrey Fire Fighters Charitable Society

    Funding Amount:

    $7,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Surrey Fire Fighters Charitable Society (SFFCS) is proud to support other organizations that have similar goals and objectives in assisting the communities within Surrey.

  • TACC delivers funding programs to Aboriginal entrepreneurs in the Coast Salish territory. All funding programs are intended to supplement the applicant equity and finance portions of a business opportunity and cannot be applied for on a standalone basis.

  • The Highbury Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Highbury Foundation was created to support Canadian Registered Charities in carrying out their goals and ambitions.

  • The Laurel Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Applications that relate to the priorities of the Laurel Foundation will receive favourable consideration. Funding is available to benefit as many individuals as possible through research, pilot programs and innovative service delivery models.

  • Tournament Capital Grant

    City of Kamloops

    Funding Amount:

    $1,500

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Grants to British Columbia amateur sports organizations/individuals to support sporting events held in eligible locations. Events must utilize services/facilities within the City of Kamloops.

  • Vancouver Police Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $180,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Through generous donations made by our community, the Vancouver Police Foundation funds innovative, creative, and inspiring programs led by Vancouver Police Department officers each year.

  • Vancouver Kiwanis Welfare Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $2,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Kiwanis Club of Vancouver grants support many community projects every year to help build healthy, engaged, accessible, and sustainable communities across the City of Vancouver.

  • Y.P. Heung Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Y.P. Heung Foundation is a charitable organization based in Vancouver. Our mission is to positively impact British Columbia by providing grants in the areas of Arts + Culture, Education, and Health. Within these areas, we are particularly proud to support programs that benefit youth in our community.

  • Coquitlam BC Playground Bid GovSpend

    Coquitlam BC Playground Bid GovSpend

    Funding Amount:

    $150,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    2 play structures and a sports court

December 2023 to May 2024

Manitoba Grants:

Manitoba grants denote financial support initiatives and funding opportunities facilitated by the government of Manitoba, a province in Canada. These grants are specifically designed to assist individuals, organizations, businesses, and communities within Manitoba in accomplishing specific objectives or addressing particular needs. Covering diverse areas, Manitoba grants extend support to sectors such as education, agriculture, healthcare, environmental conservation, arts and culture, research and innovation, small business development, and various other community-oriented endeavors. These funding programs play a crucial role in fostering growth, development, and sustainability across various sectors in the province of Manitoba.

Grants List

  • Recognize – Prizes

    Manitoba Arts Council (MAC)

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Friday, December 15, 2023

    Awards of $10,000 and an award of $30,000 to Manitoba individuals, groups, and organizations in recognition of arts-related activities and achievements. Applicants must register and create a profile prior to applying. Awards are intended to honor excellence, resourcefulness, and imagination in the arts.

  • Co-op Community Investment Fund

    Federated Co-operatives Limited

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Sunday, December 31, 2023 - Sunday, March 31, 2024

    FCL's Community Investment Fund supports community programs and organizations that matter to our employees. This fund is administered by employee-led committees in Calgary, Edmonton, Regina, Saskatoon and Winnipeg.

  • The Glenboro Area Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Sunday, December 31, 2023

    The Glenboro Area Foundation supports education and health, recreation and culture, agriculture and religion, for all ages in Glenboro and area.

  • Trails Manitoba Grant Program

    Province of Manitoba and The Winnipeg Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Friday, January 12, 2024

    These grants are designed to advance the trail system to reap both social and economic benefits to Manitobans. The projects funded through these grants will also focus on enhancing the environmental perspective of trail users through intentionally directed educational experiences devoted to the responsible use and conservation of natural resources.

  • Share – Artists in Communities Program

    Manitoba Arts Council (MAC)

    Funding Amount:

    $15,000

    Deadline:

    Tuesday, January 30, 2024

    Applicants must register with the online application system prior to submitting an application. Funding is intended for arts-related activities by artists, arts groups, organizations, and communities that face barriers to accessing artistic opportunities. Grants must be used for the benefit of Manitoba residents.

  • Heritage Grants

    Manitoba Sport, Culture and Heritage, Historic Resources Branch

    Funding Amount:

    $15,000

    Deadline:

    Tuesday, January 30, 2024

    Applicants must register with the online application system prior to submitting an application. Funding is intended for arts-related activities by artists, arts groups, organizations, and communities that face barriers to accessing artistic opportunities. Grants must be used for the benefit of Manitoba residents.

  • Northern Neighbours Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Thursday, February 15, 2024

    The Northern Neighbours Community Foundation provides support in the areas of arts, culture, education, environment, health, heritage, recreation and sports.

  • Thompson Community Foundation (TCF) Grant

    Thompson Community Foundation (TCF)

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Friday, February 16, 2024

    Grants to Manitoba registered charities and qualified donees in eligible locations for a broad range of initiatives, including capital costs, operating support, programs, and projects. Funding is intended for projects in focus areas including, but not limited to of healthcare, the environment, education, social services, and arts and culture. Projects must benefit primarily the people of Thompson.

  • Coldwell Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Wednesday, February 28, 2024

    The Coldwell Community Foundation serves the residents of the Rural Municipality of Coldwell strengthening and improving the quality of life for today and into the future. Projects supported include Health, Heritage, Youth, Seniors, Recreation, Culture, Education and Environment.

  • Dauphin & District Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Saturday, February 28, 2024

    The Dauphin & District Community Foundation supports projects that benefit the people of the City and RM of Dauphin. Grants for specific capital expenditures will be given the highest priority.

  • Selkirk and District Community Foundation (SDCF) Community Grant Program

    Selkirk and District Community Foundation (SDCF)

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Thursday, February 29, 2024

    The Selkirk & District Community Foundation is a non-profit charitable organization incorporated in 1995 for the purpose of establishing permanent endowment funds and distributing the income for the benefit of the community. The Foundation is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life through community leadership and granting throughout the City of Selkirk and within the Rural Municipalities of St Andrews and St Clements.

  • Small Capital Sponsorship Program

    Manitoba Liquor & Lottery

    Funding Amount:

    $30,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, March 1, 2024

    Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries is proud to provide funding for small capital projects that benefit communities across our province. Designed to support not-for-profit and charitable funding projects, Small Capital Sponsorship Program funds cover up to 50% of the total project cost, beginning at $2,500 (minimum) up to $30,000 (maximum).

  • Reston and Area Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Friday, March 15, 2024

    The Westshore Community Foundation, Inc. (WCF) is an enduring charitable organization created to support not-for-profit groups in the communities of Gimli, Riverton, Fraserwood, Winnipeg Beach and Dunnottar.

  • Community Support Programs

    Caisse Financial Group

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Caisse Financial Group community sponsorship program assists projects, activities and initiatives of a community or charitable nature. This program mainly focuses on three themes which are building strong and vibrant communities, sustainable development of the local economy and celebrating community pride and culture. Caisse Financial Group offers three financial support programs: the Community Sponsorship, the GREEN funds and the bursary Program.

  • Carberry and Area Community Foundation (C.A.C.F.) Grant

    Carberry and Area Community Foundation (C.A.C.F.)

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Friday, March 15, 2024

    Grants to Manitoba registered charities for projects to benefit local residents in eligible locations. Funding is intended for initiatives and activities that address community needs and respond to societal concerns. Eligible projects are those benefiting the local community in Carberry and Area.

  • Community Foundation of Portage and District (CFPD) Grant

    Community Foundation of Portage and District (CFPD)

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Friday, March 15, 2024

    The Community Foundation of Portage and District is committed to enriching the lives of people in our Community. CFPD offers a wide grant-making program, all of which is designed to help our community thrive and grow. Grants may cover a broad spectrum in order to ensure inclusiveness.

  • Community Fund

    Beautiful Plains Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $6,500

    Deadline:

    Sunday, March 31, 2024

    The Beautiful Plains Community Foundation supports organizations in the Town of Neepawa, RM of Rosedale, RM of Glenella-Lansdowne and the Langford portion of the RM of North Cypress-Langford. The grants support a wide range of local charitable organizations to make the region a better place to live, work and play.

  • Elkhorn and Area Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Sunday, March 31, 2024

    The Foundation awards grants to support local needs and interests, which include, but not limited to cultural, recreational, educational, health care, heritage, environmental and other charitable purposes for projects that benefit the Village of Elkhorn and surrounding areas.

  • Lac du Bonnet Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Friday, March 31, 2024

    $3,000

  • The Steinback Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Sunday, March 31, 2024

    The goals of the foundation are carried out in and around the City of Steinbach and are targeted to support the community in the areas of social services, arts & culture, education, medical services, and general community based initiatives.

  • Virden Area Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Sunday, March 31, 2024

    The Virden Area Foundation provides a means for residents or past-residents of the Virden area to participate in a better future for health, social, cultural, educational and recreational activities.

  • 2014 Power Smart Manitoba Winter Games Sport Legacy Fund

    Winkler Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Monday, April 15, 2024

    Sport legacy fund spports opportunities for promotion and enhancement of sport development, organizations for the benefit of sport, projects aligned with true sport principles

  • Community Fund Grant

    Winkler Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Monday, April 15, 2024

    Grants to Manitoba non-profit organizations for programs that benefit residents in eligible locations. Funding is intended to support projects and services in the areas of education, environment, health, heritage, leadership, community and family, arts, culture, and recreation.

  • Darlene Gale Peters Endowment Fund Grants

    Winkler Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Monday, April 15, 2024

    The purpose of this fund is to support health related grants. This includes health education programs and support programs/initiatives in the City of Winkler and surrounding area.

  • Healthy Horizons Foundation Inc

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Monday, April 15, 2024

    The Healthy Horizons Foundation is a non-profit organization, registered as a charity dedicated to the health and well-being of youth in the communities served by The North West Company. The Healthy Horizons Foundation provides grants to community-based youth programs focused on physical activity, nutrition, education and well-being.

  • Youth Program

    Carolyn Sifton Foundation Inc.

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Monday, April 15, 2024

    The Foundation will support projects in education, social services, and art and culture designed to assist young people who do not have the same opportunities due to social or economic circumstances, as other youth, to develop to their fullest potential. The Foundation will accept proposals only from charitable organizations in Winnipeg.

  • Community Foundation of Swan Valley

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    To be announced (TBA)

    The Community Foundation of Swan Valley supports projects that improve the overall quality of life for everyone in the community.

December 2023 to May 2024

Manitoba Open Grants:

Open grants in Manitoba signify financial support initiatives and funding opportunities facilitated by the government of Manitoba, a province in Canada. These grants are accessible to individuals, organizations, businesses, and communities within Manitoba, aiming to assist in achieving specific objectives or addressing particular needs. Encompassing a diverse range of areas, open grants in Manitoba provide support for education, agriculture, healthcare, environmental conservation, arts and culture, research and innovation, small business development, and various community-oriented endeavors. These open grants play a vital role in promoting growth, development, and sustainability across various sectors in the province of Manitoba.

Grants List

  • Donations & Sponsorship

    Manitoba Hydro

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Donations and sponsorships may be provided to community organizations that support our business and operational objectives through endeavours that benefit the community. Submissions for support must be made a minimum of 75 days prior to the event.

  • True North Youth Foundation

    True North Youth Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $24,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The True North Youth Foundation (TNYF) consists of three core programs, Camp Manitou, Project Eleven, and Winnipeg Jets Hockey Academy. These programs empower underserved youth in our community to achieve their potential through consistent health, wellness, and activity programing that integrates into their school curriculum from kindergarten to grade twelve.

  • Healthy Together Now

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Healthy Together Now (HTN) projects and initiatives are community-led and address the current needs and issues identified by each community and Winnipeg community area. Each region and Winnipeg community area has a community based committee that reviews the applications and HTN will not necessarily fund identical projects across regions or Winnipeg.

  • Healthy Living Grants

    Southern Health-Santé Sud

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Southern Health-Santé Sud provides different community granting opportunities throughout the year. These grants are available for programs and initiatives that reduce the risk of chronic disease and support community wellness.

  • Community Demonstration and Innovation Grant Program

    Tire Stewardship Manitoba

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Tire Stewardship Manitoba (TSM) Community Demonstration and Innovations Grant Program provides funding for the use of recycled tire products made from end-of-life tires in projects delivered by local governments, post-secondary and research institutions, community and youth groups, Aboriginal organizations, and First Nation communities.

  • Sponsorship

    Community Support Program - Manitoba Liquor & Lottery

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    We consider sponsorship requests for events that align with our core business interests and promote quality of life in Manitoba through support of the arts, culture, sport, community, health, social causes, sustainability, diversity, and inclusion. Funding is provided under the following program areas: General Sponsorships, Community Festivals, and/or Golf Program.

  • Richardson Pioneer Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Through the Richardson Foundation, Richardson International and its various divisions support many different community initiatives such as: splash parks, playgrounds, sports fields, arenas, community fields, arenas, community halls, and volunteer fire departments.

  • The Concord Projects Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Concord Projects Foundation exemplifies the values and principles upon which our company was built: philanthropy, community and pride of employment. Giving back is an obligation we take seriously, and we are committed to doing what we can to improve the lives of others.

  • The Thomas Sill Foundation Inc.

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Thomas Sill Foundation provides grants only throughout Manitoba. Categories include responses to community, health, education, arts and culture, heritage and environment.

  • The Cardinal Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    The Cardinal Foundation makes grants to Canadian registered charities. The Foundation believes in building organizational capacity and/or in making a difference for recipient organizations.

  • GiftPact Foundation Inc.

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    GiftPact Foundation Inc. is a trusted advisor to Canadian charities of all sizes. With GiftPact, a charitable organization can focus on delivering programs and services that have an impact in the community.

September to December 2023

Alberta Grants:

Alberta grants refer to financial assistance programs and funding opportunities provided by the government of Alberta, a province in Canada. These grants are designed to support various individuals, organizations, businesses, and communities in Alberta to achieve specific goals or address specific needs. They can cover a wide range of areas, including education, agriculture, healthcare, environmental conservation, arts and culture, research and innovation, small business development, and more.

Grants List

  • ATCO Pipelines Community Investment

    Energy Transformation Fund ATCO Pipe Employees Community Service Fund

    Funding Amount:

    $15,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    If you are a municipality, school, not-for-profit or registered charity within the ATCO Gas or ATCO Electric service area in Alberta, you can apply to receive single- year funding up to $15,000 to help with your energy transformation journey.

  • Community Impact Grant

    Community Foundation of Northwestern Alberta

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Our Community Impact Grant Program promotes a healthy, vibrant community that embraces diversity and support all its members. It is through the generosity of our fund holders and donors that we are able to offer these grants to our region.

  • Co-op Community Investment Fund

    Federated Co-operatives Limited

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    FCL‘s Community Investment Fund supports community programs and organizations that matter to our employees. This fund is administered by employee-led committees in Calgary, Edmonton, Regina, Saskatoon and Winnipeg.

  • Drayton Valley Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $31,500

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Funding categories include Community Development, Education, Social and Human services.

  • EQUS Operation Round Up

    EQUS

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    In being dedicated to the communities we serve, EQUS provides funds through Operation Round Up to organizations and initiatives that support and benefit seniors, youth or children in the rural communities that EQUS serves.

  • Every Kid Can Play (EKCP)

    Community Level Provincial Scope Alberta Government

    Funding Amount:

    $100,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Through 2 grant application processes with the Government of Alberta, for Provincial-Scope organizations and Community-Level non-profit organizations, funding is available for non-profit organizations to reduce costs associated with the delivery, expansion, or enhancement of existing community-level programs.

  • Recreation and Culture Grants

    Capital Assistance County of Grande Prairie No. 1 Capital Assistance Grant

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Capital Assistance Grant funds improvements and repairs to the physical infrastructure of recreational or cultural facilities that serve County residents.

  • Recreation and Sports Grants

    Leduc County

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The regional recreation grant program supports projects and events that enrich and enhance the communities within Leduc County. The program is designed to provide funding support to not-for-profit organizations to create opportunities for Leduc County residents to engage with their communities.

  • Recreation Grant – Community Hall and Outdoor Amenity Capital Assistance Grant

    Yellowhead County

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Grants of up to $10,000 to Alberta non-profit community groups and societies in eligible locations to provide capital funding for outdoor and community facilities. Eligible uses of funding include furniture and equipment purchases, repairs, renovations, new facilities, and new outdoor amenities. Applicants must have their facility located within Yellowhead County boundaries.

  • Rocky Mountain House Community Grant

    Town of Rocky Mountain House

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Town of Rocky Mountain House has established a Community Grant Program to provide financial assistance towards projects or events that are community-driven, to enhance and enrich the Town of Rocky Mountain House. Locally-based, registered non-profit organizations are encouraged to apply.

  • Community Grant

    CFSEA Community Foundation of Southeastern Alberta

    Funding Amount:

    $100,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Grants are awarded based on potential impact and fund availability. Each year the Community Foundation hosts a vital event to help determine the community‘s greatest needs which guides our funding priorities. These priorities can change from year to year. The current priorities are: Mental Health, Work & Economy, Vulnerable Populations (food security, housing stability, and domestic violence).

  • Community Grant Funding Program

    The City of Beaumont Council

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Community Grant Program funding opportunities are available to community organizations to fund: one-time projects and initiatives of community organizations that enhance community safety; operating (core) expenses of organizations in their development stage; or events that are primarily designated and delivered to the general population that attract visitors, significantly contribute to the local economy, promote volunteerism and value- added to Beaumont.

  • Community Initiatives Program (CIP)

    Major Cultural & Sport Events Government of Alberta

    Funding Amount:

    $250,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Community Initiatives Program (CIP) provides funding for organizations that create opportunities for Albertans to engage with and help develop their communities. CIP outcomes are to strengthen leadership and organizational capacity of community organizations and to support community-driven goals that have a public benefit.

  • Devon Community Grant Program

    Town of Devon Alberta

    Funding Amount:

    $37,500

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Devon Community Grant Program Town of Devon Alberta Devon‘s Community Grant Program provides financial assistance towards projects that enhance and enrich the community. Individuals or groups may apply for funding in the following areas: Arts, Culture, Heritage, Recreation, Environment, or community spirit.

  • Grant-in-Aid Funding Program

    City of Wetaskiwin

    Funding Amount:

    $500

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Grants of up to $500 and in-kind support to Alberta organizations in eligible areas for events that improve the quality of life in the local community. Funding is intended for projects that help to strengthen the community, the economy, infrastructure, and local government. Eligible events benefit the residents of the City of Wetaskiwin.

  • Stony Plain Legion Donation Request

    Stony Plain Legion Branch 256

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Every year the Legion provides donations to community groups that show a need.

  • Building Communities Grant

    Calgary Parks Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $30,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    You must complete this <a href="https://www.parksfdn.com/project-support-program">Project Support Program</a> application first, in order to be considered for this grant. The Building Communities (BC) grant program was created with a vision to support community-led park projects; together we continue to meet the needs of local communities.

  • Community Performing Arts Organizations Operating Funding

    Alberta Foundation for the Arts

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    This grant provides annual funding to eligible not-for- profit community organizations that self-create and self- produce performing art productions.

  • Community Recreation Enhancement Grant

    The City of Red Deer

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Community Recreation Enhancement Grant (CREG) is a City of Red Deer grant program that provides financial support to not-for-profit organizations delivering recreation initiatives in our community.

  • Smart and Caring Communities Grant Program

    Red Deer and District Community Foundation (RDDCF)

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Smart and Caring Grants help make communities across Central Alberta a great place to live for everyone by enhancing a sense of belonging for all citizens and strengthening the non-profit and voluntary sectors.

  • Community Support Fund

    Alberta Government

    Funding Amount:

    $200,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The purpose of the Community Support Fund (CSF) is to improve the well-being of Indigenous women, girls and 2S+ people with the objective of supporting community- based initiatives that address violence and increase safety and economic security of Indigenous women, girls and 2S+ people.

  • Operational Grant

    Edmonton Heritage Council Grants

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Heritage Community Investment Program invests funds into the stabilization, increased professionalism and innovation of heritage in Edmonton. Operational Grants provide limited operating assistance so organizations can continue to research, preserve and interpret Edmonton‘s heritage.

  • Community Priority Fund

    Community Foundation of Lethbridge & Southwestern Alberta

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Community Foundation of Lethbridge & Southwestern Alberta provides support to community organizations committed to sustaining the rural communities of southwestern Alberta. Community Funding Priorities supports the ongoing needs in the community of Southwestern Alberta.

  • Edmonton Realtors’ Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Funding categories include: Hunger, Shelter, Accessibility. Receiving funding in the Spring or Fall cycle may be considered in deliberations but does not preclude your organization from applying again in the alternate season.

  • Shell Community Grant

    Shell Canada

    Funding Amount:

    $5000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Shell provides funding for community projects and initiatives that are located near our facilities and exploration interests throughout Canada. By investing in Education, Community Skills & Enterprise Development, Safety, Environment, Health, Energy Access and Community Development, Shell works to address concerns and positively impact the community.

  • Sylvan Lake Community Endowment Fund Grant

    Red Deer and District Community Foundation (RDDCF) - Sylvan Lake Community Endowment Fund

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Grants to Alberta registered charities in eligible locations for projects to benefit the community. Applicants must submit an LOI prior to submitting a full application. Funds may be requested for new projects, short and long-term projects, and equipment-based projects. Eligible activities must serve the Central Alberta region.

  • Young Edmonton Grants

    Edmonton Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $3,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Edmonton Community Foundation strengthens the community by connecting donors to charities and causes that are important to them. Young Edmonton Grants provides funding for projects initiated, led and organized by young Edmonton and are residents between ages 13 and 25.

  • Community Grant Program

    Calgary Flames Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Calgary Flames Foundation supports charitable organizations in southern Alberta working to bring positive change to the lives of southern Albertans. We are proud to partner and support over 75 different charities in our community through impactful and unique programming on an annual basis.

  • Community Investment

    NWR North West Redwater Partnership

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    North West Redwater Partnership believes in actively participating in and supporting the communities by enhancing and contributing to the current and future quality of life in our local communities.

  • Medicine Hat Realtors Charitable Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $2,500

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Funding categories include Community Development, Education, Environment, Health, Social and Human Services.

  • Rotary Club of Red Deer

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The project/request should be consistent with the Club's Vision, Mission, Core Value and Core Value Goals which are to foster leadership, address community needs and encourage member participation.

  • Take the Lead

    InMotion Network

    Funding Amount:

    $3,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Take the Lead program provides support for girls and women in Alberta working or volunteering in the sport or active living communities, recreation field or school system who are working towards increasing their leadership capacity.

  • Change Capital Project Grants

    Edmonton Heritage Council

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Change Capital Project Grants provide funding to heritage organizations – up to $20,000, with no matching requirement – to undertake projects that develop internal capacity and new strategies that build resilience within the heritage sector.

  • Community Large Scale Event Investment Program

    Strathcona County

    Funding Amount:

    $15,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Community Large Scale Event Investment program is available for not-for-profit organizations hosting large scale, sustainable festivals or events that enhance the quality of life of residents and supports new or existing events that attract visitors.

  • Major & Signature Grants

    Calgary Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Major & Signature Grants support single or multi-year, large-scale charitable initiatives that are broad in scope and transform our community addressing key issues and encouraging participation in charitable activities from a substantial number of citizens.

  • Arts Development/Program/Project

    Strathcona County Community Programs

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Arts Development/Program/Project Grant enables and encourages community not-for-profits, culture and heritage organizations to enhance their services and provide innovative community-based arts, cultural and heritage programs, projects and activities to the residents of Strathcona County.

  • Kinsmen Red Deer Club

    Kin Canada

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    We try our best to help out individuals in our community as much as possible. We understand that although there are hundreds of programs out there to help people in need, there are still people whose needs cannot be met by any of these programs. We will always strive to serve our community’s greatest need.

  • The Western Communities Foundation

    Community Infrastructure Grants The Western Communities Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Funding categories include Arts and Culture, Community Development, Education, Environment, Health, Social and Human Services, Sports and Recreation.

  • Annual Programming Grant

    Edmonton Arts Council

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Programming Grants are flexible and support non-profit organizations to undertake specific work in Edmonton, such as artistic creation, production, presentation, the support of sectors or artistic disciplines in the Edmonton arts community, or the promotion of active participation in art making.

  • Arts Presenting Project Funding

    Edmonton Arts Council

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Operating Investments help organizations fulfill their arts and festival mandates and assist with costs related to the activities of non-profit organizations in pursuit of their mandates and objectives, including general administration and governance.

  • Operating Investments Grant

    Edmonton Arts Council

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Operating Investments help organizations fulfill their arts and festival mandates and assist with costs related to the activities of non-profit organizations in pursuit of their mandates and objectives, including general administration and governance.

  • Woman In Motion

    InMotion Network

    Funding Amount:

    $2,500

    Deadline:

    Expired

    InMotion Network’s long term goal is to facilitate high quality programs that encourage girls, teens and women to get active.

  • Community Event Grant Program

    Strathcona County

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Community Recreational Event and Sport Tourism (CREST) Investment program aims to boost sport hosting in Strathcona County and as a result increase sport tourism and tourism revenues in Strathcona County. The Community Large Scale Event Investment program is available for not-for-profit organizations hosting large scale, sustainable festivals or events that enhance the quality of life of residents and supports new or existing events that attract visitors.

  • Every Kid Every Community (EKEC) Grant

    Hockey Alberta Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The goal is to provide every child in Alberta the opportunity to play hockey, have fun and, in many cases, experience the sport for the first time. Funding through Every Kid Every Community is available to assist amateur sports organizations, minor hockey organizations, youth groups, recreation groups, or any community group with an idea, project or program that helps establish an event or program to get local children active in hockey.

  • Rotary Club of Grande Prairie

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Rotary Club‘s principles and values: promote family values and healthy communities; provide opportunities primarily to assist youth, seniors and those in need from the greater Grande Prairie/Peace River area.

  • Arts Development Festival Funding

    City of Grande Prairie

    Funding Amount:

    $14,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Grants of up to $14,000 to Alberta non-profit organizations in eligible locations to support arts and cultural festivals benefitting the local community. Funding may be requested for both new and existing festivals that are open to the public. Applicants must be located within Grande Prairie.

  • Foundation Grant

    Alberta Law Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Alberta Law Foundation supports projects that fit with the Foundation‘s policies, objectives and priorities. Groups must be non-profit incorporated organizations or one with a board of directors or equivalent supervisory body.

  • Telus Community Board Grant

    Telus Future Friendly Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Telus Community Grants improve the lives of youth and their communities through the power of technology. Community Boards provide grants to grassroots charities that support local youth with preference given to projects that also demonstrate tangible technological or social innovation.

  • Community Initiatives Program (CIP)

    Project-Based Grant Government of Alberta - Alberta Culture and Status of Women

    Funding Amount:

    $75,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    CIP Project-Based funding is approved on a matching basis. The applicant must contribute towards the expenses of the project an equal or greater amount than the CIP Project-Based grant request. The matching funding may be in the form of cash or donated labor, equipment or materials, all of which must be directly related to the project.

  • Professional Performing Arts Organizations Operating Grant

    Alberta Foundation for the Arts (AFA)

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Grants to Alberta professional performing arts non- profits for operating support in the areas of programming, administrative services, and maintenance. First-time applicants must contact program staff and create an account prior to applying. Funding is intended to support organizations that self-create and self- produce performing art productions.

September to December 2023

Alberta Open Grants:

Alberta grants with ongoing deadlines are typically awarded through a competitive application process, and the eligibility criteria, application procedures, and funding amounts may vary depending on the specific grant program. These grants play a vital role in promoting economic development, community well-being, and innovation within the province, helping to fund projects and initiatives that contribute to the overall growth and prosperity of Alberta and its residents.

Grants List

  • At Aecon, we are committed to improving the communities in which we live and work. Due to a high volume of requests, we ask that you use email to submit sponsorship requests.

  • Alberta NWT Charitable Foundation Knights of Columbus

    Knights of Columbus

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The primary focus of our donations is education, children and youth charities, women‘s needs and senior‘s charities.

  • Arctic Winter Games Legacy Fund

    The City of Grande Prairie

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The 2010 Arctic Winter Games Legacy Fund offers up to $5,000 in funding to bring new and exciting recreation, sporting and/or cultural events for youth to Grande Prairie and region. Our goal is to provide athletes and coaches with a home field advantage – with more sporting events, tournaments, and games in the Grande Prairie region. Funding is awarded to new events (first year) or a sporting or cultural event that does not occur each year.

  • ATCO Pipelines Community Investment

    Sponsorship ATCO Pipe Employees Community Service Fund

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Funding categories include Arts and Culture, Community Development, Education, Environment, Health, Social and Human Services, Sports and Education.

  • Big Hearted Mavericks Foundation

    Big Hearted Mavericks Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $36,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Funding categories include Arts and Culture, Community Development, Education, Environment, Health, Social and Human Services, Sports and Recreation.

  • Calgary Co-op Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $18,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Funding categories include community development, education, environment, social and human services, sports and recreation.

  • Calgary Motors dealer Charitable Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $40,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Funding categories include Education, Social and Human Services.

  • Canada-Alberta Job Grant (CAJG)

    Government of Alberta

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Canada-Alberta Job Grant is a training program where an employer applies on behalf of their employee(s) for eligible training costs to increase their knowledge and skills to meet the needs of Alberta‘s changing economy.

  • Canadian Natural Community Investment

    Canadian Natural

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    At Canadian Natural, we are strongly committed to investing in the communities where we live and work. As members of the communities where we operate, Canadian Natural‘s teams work together with our local stakeholders to understand their priorities and support those projects that have a direct impact on their quality of life and well-being.

  • Charitable Donations

    Suncor

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Suncor and the Suncor Energy Foundation (SEF) proudly contribute to non- profit and charitable organizations in Canada and internationally.

  • Chinook Rotary Club Society

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Funding categories include community development, education, health, social and human services, sports and recreation with a special interest in education.

  • Community Action Fund

    Canada Safeway Limited

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Funding categories funded by the foundation include: community development, environment, health, and social and human services.

  • Community Clean Up Grant

    City of Edmonton

    Funding Amount:

    $600

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Community Bin Grant Program funds on a first-come, first-served basis the use of bin rentals (including the truck, driver and disposal costs) and truck rentals to drive through the area and collect large items.

  • Community Development Micro Grant

    Town of Edson Community & Protective Services

    Funding Amount:

    $2,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Town of Edson Community Development Micro Grant program provides funding for registered non-profits or special interest groups that are providing programs or events for the residents of Edson that: create shared experiences for people of all ages from different walks of life, support arts, culture and recreational opportunities that encourage community participation and reflect diversity, help people feel a sense of belonging in their community, promote mental and physical well-being of community members. All programs and events must be developed in the spirit of inclusion and diversity and open to the public for participation.

  • Community Engagement Fund

    Inter Pipeline

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Inter Pipeline Community Engagement Fund supports programs and initiatives whose goals include building a self-sustaining legacy in the community. This fund aims to primarily target charitable organizations that support the basic societal needs of food, shelter, and wellness for the vulnerable or underserved in our Canadian operating areas.

  • Community Grant

    Chevron In Canada

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Inter Pipeline Community Engagement Fund supports programs and initiatives whose goals include building a self-sustaining legacy in the community. This fund aims to primarily target charitable organizations that support the basic societal needs of food, shelter, and wellness for the vulnerable or underserved in our Canadian operating areas.

  • Community Initiative

    Kin Canada - Edmonton Kinsmen Club

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Kinsmen Club of Edmonton supports the community through ongoing seed and project funding of human service programs and capital projects.

  • Community Investment

    Grassroots Program UFA

    Funding Amount:

    $3,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    UFA invests in community initiatives and partnerships that enhance the quality of life in the communities we serve. Our decisions reflect the goals and values of our membership. Guided by our three focus areas – educate, engage, and enrich – this is exemplified in all the community initiatives and partnerships that we are a part of.

  • Community Investment

    Nutrien

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Community investment is concentrated on the areas that Nutrien is already engaged in through our business. These focus areas reflect our commitment to the pursuit of local food security, environmental stewardship, and communities that are safe and inclusive.

  • Community Investment Program

    NOVA Chemicals

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    NOVA Chemical‘s Community Investment Program invests in the well-being of the communities by lending a hand to organizations dedicated to making a difference and improving the overall quality of life in Central Alberta. Areas of Focus Our community investments are generally focused on three core areas: Education and Science, Health and Community Services, The Arts.

  • Community Investment Program

    Servus Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Your program or event may be eligible for Community Investment funding if it meets the following criteria: Takes place in one or more communities served by Servus; Organized by members of that community supported by individuals and businesses in that community; Aligns with our noble purpose: 'reimagining financial fitness'.

  • Community Involvement

    Gasoline Alley Harley-Davidson

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Gasoline Alley Harley Davidson is committed to making a difference in Central Alberta by supporting causes that matter to our clients, our employees, and our communities. We aim to make a difference through corporate donations, sponsorships and providing support to non-profit organizations.

  • Community Involvement

    Trail Appliances

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Trail Appliances is always interested in finding additional ways to help strengthen community life. To request support for your organization, program or event, please follow the procedure outlined below and submit your request no less than three weeks prior to your event.

  • Community League Emerging Grant

    City of Edmonton

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Community League Emerging grant assists with the: establishment or development of a new community league, re-establishment of a defunct or previously amalgamated community league, and the merging of 2 existing communities. The grant is provided once during the lifetime of a community league.

  • Community Naturalization and Tree Planting Grants

    Fortis Alberta

    Funding Amount:

    $2,500

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Grants of $2,500 to Alberta local government agencies in eligible regions for environmental projects. Funding is intended for initiatives that help communities cultivate the landscape and improve the quality of life for area residents. Projects must be conducted in the funding source’s service area.

  • Community Sponsorship

    Westerner Park

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Westerner Park supports Red Deer and surrounding area by providing sponsorship and gift in-kind facility space for local organizations and groups that make a positive impact in our community and share our commitment to creating world-class, family friendly events.

  • Community Sponsorship & Donation

    Acden

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Acden’s proud of our community and is honoured to support the many organizations who continue to improve the quality of life for so many in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo. Acden‘s corporate sponsorships enable us to connect with our clients, employees, and community in meaningful ways. Our efforts typically focus on the areas of: environment, community development, and education.

  • Community Support Fund

    Wetaskiwin Co-op

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Wetaskiwin Co-op‘s Community Support Fund provides cash or in-kind donations to non-profit groups and organizations to help support programming, complete projects or improve facilities and/or services that enhance the quality of life in the communities we serve.

  • Community Volunteer Recognition Grants

    Municipal District (MD) of Bighorn

    Funding Amount:

    $200

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Grants to Alberta non-profit community-based organizations in eligible regions for volunteer recognition events. Funding is intended to support organizations that work to enhance the lives of area residents by providing volunteer events such as barbeques after clean-up projects. Eligible organizations are those located in the Municipal District of Bighorn.

  • Council Priority Funds

    Strathcona County

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Council Priority Funds are available to support community initiatives or events that benefit Strathcona County and its residents.

  • District 4 Kin Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $2,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Funding categories include arts and culture, community development, health, social and human services, sports and recreation.

  • Dow Canada Global Citizenship

    Dow Chemical

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Through social investment, shared purpose, and meaningful engagement, we are collaborating across the globe to build more sustainable and resilient communities where we work and play. All applicants must align to one or more of the following three key areas of focus in order to qualify for funding: Advancing sustainable solutions; Building inclusive communities; Developing tomorrow’s innovators.

  • Ed Stelmach Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Ed Stelmach Community Foundation is dedicated to assisting Alberta charities throughout Alberta, with a keen eye upon those organizations that may not receive the attention that they deserve and require. We believe wholeheartedly in the values of family: the importance of nurturing children, guiding young parents and rehabilitating those in the greatest need.

  • Emerging Immigrant and Refugee Communities Grant Program

    City of Edmonton

    Funding Amount:

    $25,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Emerging Immigrant and Refugee Community Grant Program (EIRC) supports immigrant and refugee communities who are new to Edmonton and in the process of settling and integrating.

  • Funding Opportunities

    United Way Alberta Capital Region

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    United Way is committed to creating Pathways out of Poverty in our community. All of our community investments will focus on supporting this mission.

  • Good Things Come From Trees

    Canfor

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Through our Good Things Come From Trees community support program, we prioritize causes and initiatives that benefit the greatest number of people, through financial support for communities, sponsorships and scholarships, and product donations. Key Funding areas: Education, Health, Sustainability, Community.

  • Grassroot Grants

    Stepping Stones Calgary Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $1,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Grassroot Grants help people implement their own small acts of community, right in the communities where they live, by offering small amounts of money for project expenses.

  • Greater Good Partnership and Donations

    ATB

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Funding categories include arts and culture, community development, education, environment, health, social and human services, sports and recreation.

  • Linked To Our Communities

    Altalink Management Ltd

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Funding interests include: children & youth, community development, and education.

  • MEGlobal

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Our key areas of focus are Education, Environment, Economy, Community and Health and Safety. Our objective is to demonstrate our commitment to the sustainability and success of the communities in which we operate.

  • Neighbour Grant

    Calgary Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Neighbour Grants help people implement their own small acts of community right in the neighbourhoods and communities where they live.

  • Other Initiatives Program (OIP)

    Government of Alberta

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Other Initiatives Program (OIP) provides financial assistance for community-based projects that fall outside the scope of all other Community Grants funding streams. This includes one-time projects, international disaster relief and projects that are emergency or urgent in nature.

  • Pembina Community Investment

    Pembina

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Pembina partners with local, provincial/state, and national non-profit and charitable organizations that support Indigenous and Tribal communities, promote safety, equity and inclusion, and encourage a sustainable energy future.

  • Professional Graffiti Cleaning Program

    City of Edmonton

    Funding Amount:

    $750

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Professional Graffiti Cleaning Program via Capital City Clean Up offers professional graffiti cleaning assistance to property owners in Edmonton. Property owners must NOT attempt to remove the graffiti first, as this may hinder the effects of the professional cleaning. In order to apply, photos and a police report are required.

  • Project Support Program

    Parks Foundation Calgary

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    In-kind support to Alberta non-profit organizations to assist with community projects in eligible regions. Funding is intended to help community-led organizations with the administrative aspects of their volunteer projects. Eligible projects include community recreation facilities, sporting equipment, community gardens, public park murals, schoolyard naturalization, playgrounds, and many other outdoor community initiatives.

  • Revitalization Project Macro- Grant

    City of Edmonton

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Grants of up to $20,000 to Alberta non-profit organizations, businesses, and individuals to rejuvenate communities in eligible locations. Applicants must contact program staff prior to applying. Funding is intended for a broad range of projects including those that improve local parks, promote the arts, and increase community safety. Eligible projects take place within specific neighborhoods in Edmonton.

  • Save Energy Grants

    Fortis Alberta

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Our Save Energy Grants program is designed to assist with energy efficiency projects such as window and door replacement, LED retrofits and Energy Star appliance upgrades. Applicants must provide the project scope of work and how additional funds will be secured should the cost be over and above the Save Energy grant. Only one project per area is eligible each year.

  • SECURE Energy Community Investment

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Our community program is designed to support the sustainability and quality of life of communities where we live and work. We look for partnerships that give us the opportunity to make a difference in communities where our people live and work, with tangible outcomes. Our Community Investment program is centered around the following four pillars: Safety, Community Vitality, Environment and Industry Advancement/Education.

  • Small Grant

    Edmonton Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $15,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Edmonton Community Foundation strengthens the community by connecting donors to charities and causes that are important to them. Small Grants program is intended to support small and/or emerging needs through an expedited process.

  • Sponsorship

    CGL Tax

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    CGL supports local and surrounding communities by providing sponsorship for charities and non-profits that promote and support youth, local social welfare, healthcare, and amateur athletics.

  • Sponsorship

    ATB

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    ATB celebrates and invests in initiatives that make Alberta an amazing place to live. As an Alberta-based institution, ATB sponsors events, festivals and innovation that we feel make our province better. All successful applications will fit into one of three sponsorship focuses: Arts & Culture, Community & Social Development and Sports & Wellness.

  • Sponsorship & Donation

    North West Company

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The North West Company is proud of the active role we play within the communities. We strive to help make a positive progressive difference within each community we serve. One of the fundamental operating principles of The North West Company is our commitment to local organizations and programs.

  • Spruce Meadows Leg Up Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $13,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The work of your organization must be in one or more of our pillars of Education, Community, Health and Wellness, Amateur and Grassroots Sport and Agriculture.

  • Stella Conceptual Drawing Grants

    Parks Foundation Calgary (PFC)

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Grants of up to $5,000 to Alberta non-profit educational institutions, clubs, and groups in eligible locations to cover the costs of landscape architectural drawings. Funding is intended to aid in the development of area parks, pathways, open spaces, and natural areas in Calgary. Priority will be given to projects with highly complex and innovative design ideas.

  • St. Albert Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $6,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Priority funding programs for the Foundation are: Youth, Social, Seniors, Arts and Culture, Recreation.

  • Strategic Opportunity Grants

    Calgary Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Strategic Opportunity Grants support small to mid-sized Calgary and area qualified donees with small, time-sensitive, strategic initiatives that fall into one of two categories: Organization Development and Program Development.

  • The Edmonton Civic Employees Charitable Assistance Fund

    The Edmonton Civic Employees Charitable Assistance Fund

    Funding Amount:

    $69,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Funding categories include Arts and Culture, Community Development, Education, Environment, Health, Social and Human Services, Sports and Recreation.

  • Viterra Community Investment Funding

    Viterra

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Viterra is committed to contributing to positive social outcomes in the communities where we have operations and our employees live, work and play through community development. In order to align these positive outcomes with business value, we provide support: Promoting sports and recreation in rural communities with a strong focus on youth; Agricultural awareness and related activities; Promoting grain industry education and safety; Health and wellness.

  • Youth Environmental Engagement Grants

    Alberta Emerald Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $750

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Youth Environmental Engagement Grants supports youth-led and youth- targeted environmental projects and initiatives relating to green spaces, environmental learning, renewable energy, habitat conservation and waste reduction. The Alberta Emerald Foundation believes in inspiring the next generation of eco-heroes by supporting Alberta’s young people (aged 25 and under) in their environmental efforts.

September to December 2023

Canada Grants:

Canada offers a variety of grants and financial assistance programs to individuals, businesses, non-profit organizations, and other entities. These grants cover a wide range of purposes, including education, research, innovation, arts and culture, business development, environmental conservation, and more. Here are some examples of grant programs in Canada:

Grants List

  • Telus Sponsorship

    Telus

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Telus sponsors organizations that connect and celebrate our communities, embrace diversity and drive positive social change. We integrate technology, products and services to bring people closer together in order to make a positive difference in the lives of Canadians.

  • Unity for Autism

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Unity for Autism seeks to fund requests for programs that will enhance the development and well-being of individuals with Autism living in Canada. Their primary focus is to create immediate access to programs and unique opportunities for families waiting to tap into their child‘s potential.

  • Weyerhaeuser Giving Fund

    Weyerhaeuser

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Through the Weyerhaeuser Giving Fund, we support U.S. and Canadian communities where we have a significant presence or business interest. You must provide a significant and measurable impact on quality of life.

  • Schevchenko Foundation

    Community Grant - Organizations Schevchenko Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Shevchenko Foundation supports projects and programs that:• Have an identifiable Ukrainian and/or Ukrainian Canadian content• Are on a national or regional level• Reflect a high degree of excellence• Reach a diverse and broad audience.

  • TD Corporate 1st Stage

    TD Corporate Donations TD

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    TD offers funding for community-based projects and events that are aligned with the TD Ready Commitment philosophy: Financial Security, Vibrant Planet, Connected Communities or Better Health.

  • Explore and Create

    Concept to Realization Canada Council for the Arts

    Funding Amount:

    $60,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Funds Canadian artists, artistic groups and organizations committed to the creation and dissemination of innovative, vibrant, and diverse art.

  • Best Buy School Tech Grants

    Best Buy

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Best Buy School Tech Grants program exists to equip Canadian students with the right technology to keep them inspired, motivated and empowered as they learn and grow. Grants for elementary schools are offered in the spring and should help introduce or improve technology. Grants for secondary schools are offered in the fall and should upgrade the technology of a specific program or classroom.

  • Supporting Artistic Practice

    Canada Council for the Arts

    Funding Amount:

    $100,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Supporting Artistic Practice encourages a dynamic support system for the arts in Canada by funding Canadian arts professionals, groups, and arts organizations who champion the Canadian arts sector, boost the capacity for the artists to realize work and advance the conditions of creation.

  • Rocket Fund

    Shaw

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Shaw Rocket Fund champions quality Canadian children‘s programming. Shaw believes that quality media fuels the imaginative minds of our kids and that their lives are enriched through interaction with creative content.

  • TELUS Indigenous Communities Fund

    Telus

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    We provide flexible grants to Indigenous organizations, not-for-profits and community groups. Grants are available up to $50,000 and are to support Indigenous- led initiatives that support tangible positive outcomes.

  • Bee Grant

    Whole Kids Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $1,500

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Whole Kids Foundation sets kids up for success with garden and honey bee grants and nutrition education for teachers. These grant programs allow for schools and non-profit organizations to receive support for educational beehives and bee programming so students can observe bees up close and learn about the vital role these pollinators play in our food system. Open to K-12 Schools or Non-Profit Organizations that serve any grades K-12 in the U.S./Canada.

  • Charitable Donations

    EPCOR

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    EPCOR supports programs that provide education essentials to young minds today to inspire an employment path towards a poverty-free tomorrow. The program focuses on engaging partnerships with local charities that set socially-vulnerable young people up for success along their educational journey in 3 key areas: K- Gr 3, high school transition and post-secondary pursuits.

  • Go Wild School Grants

    World Wildlife Fund Canada

    Funding Amount:

    $500

    Deadline:

    Expired

    World Wildlife Fund Canada is the country‘s largest international conservation organization working to protect the future of nature. Go Wild School Grants provide educators and students with small grants to connect their school community with nature through educational, hands-on projects.

  • Education Partnerships Program

    Government of Canada Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Education Partnerships Program (EPP) is designed to promote collaboration among First Nations, provinces, the Government of Canada and other stakeholders in order to improve the success of First Nation elementary and secondary students in First Nation and provincial schools.

  • Field of Dreams

    Jays Care Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Field Of Dreams is Jays Care’s granting program for infrastructure dedicated to youth life-skill development and physical activity. The Field Of Dreams program provides funding to design, refurbish and build safe spaces for children and youth to play baseball, develop

  • S’Cool Life Fund

    Small Grant Stream

    Funding Amount:

    $3,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    S-Cool Life fund provides grants for D.R.E.A.M.S (Drama, Recreation, Extra-Curricular, Arts, Music or Sports) projects across the country to public elementary school (K to 8).

  • TC Energy Build Strong

    TC Energy

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    We consider investment opportunities from communities within an approximate 30-kilometre (20-mile) radius of our operations or projects, that: Align with one or more of our focus areas; Address a gap or need in the community that will allow the community to thrive; Create shared value and prosperity between our communities and our businessPromote equity and equality; Offer engagement opportunities for our employees; Demonstrate measurable impact.

  • Club Grant Program

    Kiwanis International Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $25,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    To better the lives of children all over the globe.

  • Events Grant

    Grant Events Grant Access Copyright Foundation (ACF)

    Funding Amount:

    $7,500

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The purpose is to support: all aspects of amateur ice hockey in Canada on a nation-wide basis; registered Canadian amateur athletic associations; and other general charitable purposes as the Board of Directors of the Calgary Foundation shall determine.

  • Doc Seaman Amateur Sport Grants

    Calgary Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The purpose is to support: all aspects of amateur ice hockey in Canada on a nation-wide basis; registered Canadian amateur athletic associations; and other general charitable purposes as the Board of Directors of the Calgary Foundation shall determine.

  • Indigenous Peoples Resilience Fund

    Funding Amount:

    $30,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Indigenous Peoples Resilience Fund (IPRF) is built upon the resilience of and guided by Indigenous Peoples to support Indigenous communities and organizations from coast to coast to coast.

  • Community Tree Grants

    Tree Canada

    Funding Amount:

    $3,500

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Tree Canada supports greening projects wherever people live, work or play. Treemendous Communities funding is available to Canadian municipalities, Indigenous communities, business improvement associations, non- profit organisations and community groups.

  • Treemendous Communities

    Tree Canada

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Tree Canada supports greening projects wherever people live, work or play. Treemendous Communities funding is available to Canadian municipalities, Indigenous communities, business improvement associations, non- profit organisations and community groups.

  • Creating, Knowing, and Sharing: The Arts and Culture of First Nations, Inuit, and Metis People

    Short-Term Projects Canada Council for the Arts

    Funding Amount:

    $100,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The program supports Indigenous individuals, groups, Indigenous-led arts organizations and arts/culture sector development organizations that foster a vital and resilient Indigenous arts ecosystem.

  • Community Investments

    Mosaic

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Mosaic‘s Community Investment supports three key areas: food, water and local communities.

  • Co-operators Community Fund

    Co-Operators Financial Services Limited

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Funding interests include: community development, education, health, social & human services, youth & children.

  • TD Friends of the Environment Foundation (TD FEF) Grant

    TD

    Funding Amount:

    $8,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The TD Friends of the Environment Foundation is a national charity that funds environment projects across Canada. Projects include schoolyard greening, park revitalization, community gardens, park programming and citizen science initiatives.

September to December 2023

Canada Open Grants:

Canada Grants with ongoing deadlines are typically approved through eligibility criteria, application processes, and funding availability can vary widely among different grant programs. If you're interested in applying for a specific grant, it's advisable to visit the official website of the relevant government agency or organization to get the most up-to-date information and guidance on the application process. Additionally, some provinces and territories in Canada also offer their own grant programs, so you may want to explore opportunities at the regional level as well.

Grants List

  • Adopt a School

    Indigo Love of Reading Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Adopt a School is a fundraising campaign and grant program designed in partnership with Indigo, Coles, Chapters, and Indigospirit stores to raise funds for literacy in schools across Canada. What makes this program so unique is that 100% of the funds raised by each store location goes directly to their partner school for the purchase of new books and literacy materials for their school and classroom libraries.

  • Allstate Insurance Company of Canada

    Allstate Foundation of Canada

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    We support organizations and initiatives that focus on fostering an environment of inclusion, involvement and empowerment for those who experience barriers to participation – whether it be within their community, career, or personal life.

  • Bombardier Aviation

    J.R. Armand Bombardier Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Funding interests for the J. Armand Bombardier Foundation include: arts and culture, community development, education, and health. Funding interests for Bombardier corporate donations include: community development, education, and environment.

  • Boston Pizza Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Funding categories include arts and culture, community development, education, environment, health, social and human services, sports and recreation with special interest in education, health, and sports.

  • Breakfast Club of Canada Grant

    Breakfast Club of Canada

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Grants and in-kind support to Canada schools, school boards, and community organizations for school meal programs that benefit children and youth. Funding is intended to support existing programs or to establish new breakfast programs. Schools may receive financial assistance, food donations, tools, training, or kitchen equipment.

  • Canada Cultural Spaces Fund

    Government of Canada

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Canada Cultural Spaces Fund (CCSF) supports the improvement of physical conditions for arts, heritage, culture and creative innovation. The Fund supports renovation and construction projects, the acquisition of specialized equipment and feasibility studies related to cultural spaces.

  • Celebration and Commemoration Program

    Government of Alberta

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Commemorate Canada component provides funding to initiatives that support commemorations and celebrations of national significance to recognize diverse aspects of Canada’s history.

  • Charitable Contributions

    Costco Canada

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Costco Wholesale‘s primary charitable efforts focus on programs supporting children, education, and health and human services in the communities where we do business. We are thankful to be able to provide support to a variety of organizations and causes. Two levels of funding available: Warehouse Donations (local) and Grant Applications (broad based).

  • Commemorative Partnership Program – Community Engagement

    Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC)

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    To be eligible, the project must commemorate the achievements and sacrifices of those who served Canada since Confederation (1867). Eligible recipients can be non-profit or for-profit organizations, in Canada or abroad, as well as Canadian provinces, territories and municipalities. Projects must also be of a finite duration, with clear start and end dates.

  • Community Contribution

    Lockheed Martin

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Through corporate giving and volunteerism, we improve the lives of those who defend freedom, cultivate the STEM workforce of the future, and strengthen the resiliency of communities where we live and work. Lockheed Martin‘s Social Impact focuses on the following three areas and specific interventions: Future STEM Workforce; Those Who Serve; Community Resilience.

  • Community Development Grant

    Home Depot Canada Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Home Depot Canada Foundation is committed to supporting initiatives that prevent and end youth homelessness in Canada. The foundation supports youth at-risk or facing homelessness by helping them realize their full potential and build a brighter future.

  • Community Giving

    Walmart Canada

    Funding Amount:

    $1,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Walmart Canada‘s Community Giving Grants focus on: Hunger Relief, Food Access and Healthy Eating, Disaster Preparedness and Relief, and Building Strong Communities.

  • Community Investment

    Community Investment

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    SMS Equipment is committed to enhancing the quality of life for the people that live in the communities where they operate. They support initiatives in: Education, Health, Culture, Environment and Regional Sustainability.

  • Community Investment

    ConocoPhillips Canada

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    ConocoPhillips support the education, natural resources, health and safety, arts, civic and social services, and disaster relief programs vital to the health and well-being of the communities where we live and work.

  • Community Investment

    Ovintiv

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Ovintiv Community Investment programs strive to promote environmental stewardship, enhance the skill sets of the next generation of industry workers and support the needs of communities where we live and operate.

  • Community Investment

    Gibson Energy Inc.

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Gibson Energy‘s Community Investment Program offers support for the communities where we operate. It can establish a mutual beneficial relationship between Gibson Energy and local communities and contribute toward the region‘s long-term sustainability. The focus areas of our Community Investment Program are safety, environment and community.

  • Community Investment

    Enbridge

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Enbridge believes a community belongs to everyone who lives there and wants to make life better for our families, friends, neighbours, and ourselves. Enbridge‘s community investments are guided by a core set of criteria. We consider donation and sponsorship opportunities in communities where Enbridge operates (Primarily within a 20-kilometre (10-mile) radius of our pipeline right-of-way or near our operations). Enbridge contributes to 3 core areas: Safe Communities; Vibrant Communities; and Sustainable Communities.

  • Community Investment Program

    CNOOC International

    Funding Amount:

    $25,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    CNOOC International‘s Community Investment program helps strengthen the communities where we live and work. Through meaningful corporate gifts including donations and sponsorships, we prioritize funding for projects that provide long-term and sustainable results that have a positive impact on our communities. Funding priorities are: Supporting Thriving & Safe Communities; Advancing Education; Capacity Building for Indigenous Communities; and Employee Initiatives.

  • Community Relations and Partnerships & Sponsorship

    Air Canada Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Air Canada needs the communities where it operates and where its employees, customers and other stakeholders live and work to be healthy, financially strong, and dynamic. To achieve this, Air Canada and the Air Canada Foundation offer in-kind and monetary support for charitable causes, events, or organizational sponsorships in exchange for brand visibility and engagement with communities, customers, and employees.

  • Community Spaces Fund

    Government of Canada- Department of Canadian Heritage

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Community Spaces Fund provides funding to official language minority communities for projects to build new community and cultural centres renovate and upgrade infrastructure and multi purpose spaces in more community centres not attached to educational institutes.

  • Community Support

    Thrifty Foods Inc.

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    In order to be eligible for community support, you must be a local not-for- profit organization. To qualify, the event or project must directly benefit the community. It should also serve one of the following main areas of focus: Arts & Culture; Education; Environment; Health & Wellness; Sport; Youth.

  • Community Support, Multiculturalism, and Anti- Racism Initiatives Events Program

    Government of Canada

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Community Support, Multiculturalism, and Anti-Racism Initiatives Program builds on Canada‘s strength as a diverse and inclusive society. The program has 3 funding components: Events, Projects, and Community Capacity Building.

  • Community-Based Justice Fund

    Government of Canada

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Indigenous Justice Program supports Indigenous community-based justice programs that offer alternatives to mainstream justice processes in appropriate circumstances. There is no call for proposal process for this program stream. If you are interested in discussing a funding proposal, we encourage you to contact a Regional Coordinator in your jurisdiction.

  • Contributions

    The KPMG Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The KPMG Foundation offices across the country partner with leading local not-for-profit organizations to address pressing social and environmental issues through Educational and Non-Educational Grants.

  • Donation and Sponsorships

    RBC

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    RBC is dedicated to working with charitable organizations that share our goal to help make a difference in local communities and regions where we do business.

  • Donation and Sponsorships

    CIBC

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    CIBC helps strengthen communities with corporate donations and partnerships that support services, programs and organizations working to help cancer research and people with disabilities.

  • Donation and Sponsorships

    Nestle Canada Inc

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    While we receive numerous worthy requests for donations, we are only able to support a limited number that align with our charitable vision and company purpose.

  • Donation and Sponsorships

    Cenovus Energy

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Cenovus realizes a responsibility to manage their activities in areas where they operate by creating a positive impact for both the community and their business. They know that energy improves the quality of people‘s lives and want to reflect that in their community investment strategy. This is accomplished by investing and creating programs, giving-in-kind support, sharing ideas and hosting and supporting events.

  • Emerging Artists Project

    RBC

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The RBC Emerging Artists Project helps artists bridge the gap from emerging to established and supports organizations that provide the best opportunities to advance artists‘ careers. We support programs that provide emerging artists with mentorship, apprenticeships and exposure to new and diverse audiences throughout their career.

  • Finning Canada Community Investment

    Finning Canada

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Our primary focus is providing support to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) organizations that provide education outreach to youth and post-secondary students. We also consider support for Indigenous outreach, programs in support of girls & women and programs that support communities at risk, typically underserved communities in rural, remote areas that are at an economic, environmental and social disadvantage. Preference will be given to programs supporting children and youth with a focus on STEM.

  • Foundation Funding Requests

    Honda Canada Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    We support people and organizations that focus on our four pillars: Family, Environment, Engineering and Education. This allows us to make a positive contribution to Canadians everywhere.

  • Future Launch

    RBC

    Funding Amount:

    $100,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    RBC Future Launch is a catalyst for change-bringing people together to co- create solutions so young people are better prepared for the future of work. Young people today are faced with three critical barriers they need to overcome to be successful: Solutions for lack of relevant experience, Solutions for lack of relevant skills, and Solutions for lack of professional networks and mentoring.

  • Green Municipal Fund

    Federation of Canadian Municipalities

    Funding Amount:

    $300,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Grants are available for planning, studies and pilot projects. Loans are available for capital projects, and most recipients receive an additional grant of up to 15% of their loan amount.

  • Keg Spirit Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Keg Spirit Foundation concentrates on supporting charities that focus on the development of youth, recognizing organizations that mirror the mentorship of young people. Initial letter of Intent must be submitted first. Funding decisions are made in the first quarter of the year based on the prior year‘s proposals.

  • Legacy Fund – Building Communities through Arts and Heritage

    Government of Canada

    Funding Amount:

    $500,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Building Communities through Arts and Heritage - Legacy Fund component provides funding for community-initiated capital projects, intended for community use. Recipients may receive up to 50% of eligible project expenses up to a maximum of $500,000.

  • Lockheed Martin Canada Community Relations

    Lockheed Martin

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    As an industry leader, Lockheed Martin Canada aims to support its employees, customers, supply chain, industrial and academic partners, and the wider community. Lockheed Martin Canada focuses its philanthropic efforts and support in two key areas: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education and military and veteran causes.

  • London Drugs Foundation

    London Drugs Limited

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The London Drugs Foundation makes countless contributions to local hospitals, charities and organizations in support of health, education and the arts. These contributions make a real difference in the communities we serve.

  • OpenText Corporate Giving Program

    Open Text Corporation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Funding interests include: social and human services, environment, education, and community development. We are committed to our role as a responsible corporate citizen, we support education and innovation for global change, children and family, global disaster relief as well as United Way.

  • Richardson Pioneer Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Through the Richardson Foundation, Richardson International and its various divisions support many different community initiatives such as: splash parks, playgrounds, sports fields, arenas, community fields, arenas, community halls, and volunteer fire departments.

  • Rooted In Community Endowment Program

    Peavey Industries LP

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Sponsorships and donations to British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba organizations for projects and events to benefit local communities. Funding is intended to support ideas and initiatives addressing emerging needs and opportunities. The goal of the program is to contribute to community growth and success.

  • School Equipment Grant

    President‘s Choice Children‘s Charity

    Funding Amount:

    $2,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The President‘s Choice Children‘s Charity: School Equipment Grant must be used to purchase the equipment necessary for food preparation and/or safe food handling in support of daily school meal programs. Eligible schools can apply for the cost of small appliances or a single large appliance annually.

  • ScotiaRISE

    Scotiabank

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Helping Canadian communities bring their passions to life makes our country a richer place to live. We prioritize our support of community initiatives in kids‘ hockey, marathons, and the arts. These areas celebrate the uniqueness and diversity that make Canada great.

  • Stronger Communities Fund

    Canadian National (CN) Railway

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Through our CN Stronger Communities Fund, CN contributes millions of dollars each year to organizations and initiatives that promote health and safety, innovation, environmental sustainability, diversity and inclusion, and civic engagement.

  • The Awesome Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $1,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Grants of $1,000 to USA, Canada, and International individuals and organizations for creative and innovative projects. Priority is given to projects that involve the focus areas of leadership, media activism, and ideas that increase representation and inclusion in class, race, age, gender, religion, sexuality, and/or ability.

September to December 2023

Saskatchewan Grants:

Saskatchewan, a province in Canada, offers a variety of grants and financial assistance programs to support its residents and businesses in various areas, including education, agriculture, business development, and more. Keep in mind that the availability and details of these grants may change over time, so it's essential to check the official Saskatchewan government website or contact relevant government agencies for the most up-to-date information. Here are some common types of grants and assistance programs that may be available in Saskatchewan:

Grants List

  • Dakota Dunes Community Development Corporation Grant

    Dakota Dunes Community Development Corporation

    Funding Amount:

    $25,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Grants of up to $25,000 to Saskatchewan nonprofit organizations in eligible areas for programs, activities, and events that benefit local communities. Applicants must complete required registrations prior to applying. Funding is intended to support community development initiatives, particularly for underserved populations, that take place within a 75-kilometer radius from the core of the Whitecap Dakota First Nation.

  • Special Event Grant – Minor

    Complimentary Investment Grant Programs - City of Regina

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Minor Special Events Grants provide funding for organizations up to $5,000 for new or unique one-time events that contribute to building community pride and encouraging community interaction and spirit.

  • Co-op Community Investment Fund

    Federated Co-operatives Limited

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    FCL‘s Community Investment Fund supports community programs and organizations that matter to our employees.

  • Community Grant Program

    Saskatchewan Lotteries

    Funding Amount:

    $2,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Sask Lotteries Community Grant Program helps volunteer-operated, non-profit community organizations develop sport, culture and recreation programs. Its goal is to enable communities to create sport, culture and recreation programs that are unique to the needs of local residents.

  • Stephen & Michelene Worobetz Foundation

    Saskatoon Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    $6,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Funding categories include arts and culture, education, health, social and human services.

  • Saskatchewan Lotteries Community Grant Program

    City of Yorkton

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Grants of up to $5,000 to Saskatchewan nonprofit community organizations for sports, recreation, and cultural events and projects in eligible regions. Funding is intended to support local, volunteer-run organizations and to assist in the implementation of community-based recreational programs. Projects must take place in Yorkton.

  • Indigenous Community Sport Development Grant Program (ICSDGP)

    Sask Sport and Prairie Central District for Sport, Culture and Recreation (PCDSCR)

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Grants of up to $5,000 to Saskatchewan nonprofit organizations and communities for sports and recreation programs for local youth. Funding is intended to allow greater participation in sports activities and development opportunities for Indigenous youth.

  • Community Initiatives Fund (CIF) Grants

    Community Initiatives Fund (CIF)

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Grants of up to $5,000, grants of up to $25,000, and grants of up to $50,000 to Saskatchewan nonprofit organizations, municipalities, schools, school boards, and health regions for projects to benefit local communities. Playgrounds and capital projects are not eligible.

  • Special Events Grant

    City of Saskatoon

    Funding Amount:

    $50,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Grants of up to $50,000 to Saskatchewan registered nonprofit groups and organizations in eligible locations to host large events. Applicants must contact the funding source prior to submitting an application. Funding is intended for a broad range of events that benefit the City of Saskatoon.

  • SaskFestivals Program – Project Stream

    SK Arts and SaskCulture

    Funding Amount:

    $8,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The SaskFestivals program supports and encourages eligible festival organizations and series presenters in the province that have a positive impact on the arts in Saskatchewan. This includes financial support for their artistic programs and services and governance, management, administrative and operational functions.

  • The Verna and Lionel McGillivray Fund for Children in Saskatchewan

    Saskatoon Community Foundation

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Verna and Lionel McGillivray established their Fund for Children in Saskatchewan with a bequest to the Saskatoon Community Foundation when Verna passed away shortly after her husband Lionel. This generous Saskatoon couple had several goals for their donation including benefiting “disadvantaged children within the province of Saskatchewan” and “Christmas cheer for needy families.”

  • Painted Hand Community Development Corporation (PHCDC) Grant

    Painted Hand Community Development Corporation (PHCDC)

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Grants of up to $20,000 to Saskatchewan and Manitoba charitable and nonprofit organizations for a wide range of initiatives to benefit eligible communities. Eligible projects will address community needs and will demonstrate cultural sensitivity and awareness.

  • Growing Communities Grant

    Raymore Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    $10,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Raymore Credit Union provides support and positive change in their communities.

  • Community Grant Program

    SGI and the Acquired Brain Injury Partnership Project

    Funding Amount:

    $1,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Grants to Saskatchewan local organizations for community safety initiatives. Funding is intended to support transportation safety programs. The goal of the grant program is to help local organizations offset the cost of implementing activities and projects that promote traffic safety and prevent brain injuries.

  • Artists In Communities – Projects

    SK Arts and SaskCulture

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Grants to Saskatchewan nonprofit organizations, for- profit companies, First Nations, and artists for joint arts projects conducted throughout the province. Eligible projects are led by a professional artist or arts professional. Collaborations between artists and organizations must be initiated prior to applying.

  • Community Engagement and Development Program Framework in Action (CEDP – FIA)

    Prairie Central District for Sport, Culture and Recreation (PCDSCR

    Funding Amount:

    $1,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Community Engagement and Development Program Framework in Action (CEDP – FIA) grant is to promote the capacity building benefits of sport, culture and recreation programs. It provides financial support to organizations in communities within the Prairie Central District for Sport, Culture and Recreation (PCDSCR) to align initiatives with the Framework for Recreation: In Canada.

  • Six Rivers Fund

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Funding categories consist of youth, education, health and wellness, sports and recreation that benefits the Northern Administrative District (NAD).

  • Northern Lights Community Development Corporation (NLCDC) Grants

    Northern Lights Community Development Corporation (NLCDC)

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Grants to Saskatchewan charitable organizations and band enterprises for economic and community development projects that benefit First Nations communities in eligible regions. Funding is intended for programs within a ride range of focus areas, including education, economic and cultural development, health, and social well-being.

  • Community Support

    TCU Financial Group

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Applications can be emailed to sponsorships@tcu.sk.ca by November 30th of each year to be considered for funding for the following year. In general, TCU Financial Group follows a "three-year on, two-year off" guideline that promotes a more equitable distribution of funds. Under this guideline, groups may receive funding for up to three consecutive years and then are not eligible to re- apply for two years. Year-to-year funding is not guaranteed under this guideline, as groups must apply annually for consideration.

  • Special Event Grant – Minor

    Complimentary Investment Grant Programs - City of Regina

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Minor Special Events Grants provide funding for organizations up to $5,000 for new or unique one-time events that contribute to building community pride and encouraging community interaction and spirit.

  • Legacy Community Development Grants

    Innovation Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    $25,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Innovation Federal Credit Union Community Grant Program is intended for one-time project-based proposals. That means financial help to start something new or to assist with large purchases that are not normally possible.

  • Community Investment Program

    Conexus Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Our giving is focused on enhancing the quality of life and economic well-being by supporting impactful programs and capital projects. Funding interests include: community development, education, health, social and human services.

  • PreQualify Supplier Playground Equipment North East School Division – BidGovSpend

    Access Communications Children's Fund

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Ongoing

    Through this process NESD seeks to pre-qualify proponents to create a supplier list for NESDs futureplayground equipment and installation needs within the division. In addition, schools may requestquotes for surfacing material and subsequ...

September to December 2023

Saskachewan Open Grants:

Saskachewan Open Grants with ongoing deadlines are available. To find specific grants and eligibility criteria, you can visit the official Saskatchewan government website or contact government agencies responsible for the respective programs. Additionally, local municipalities and organizations may offer grants and assistance specific to their regions or sectors, so it's worth exploring those options as well.

Grants List

  • Children‘s Fund

    Access Communications Children’s Fund

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Access Communications Children’s Fund is a registered charity that supports projects for Saskatchewan children and youth in need or at risk in the many communities it serves. Donations are granted to support projects that focus on education & literacy, health & wellness, pathways out of poverty, and crime prevention for children at risk and in need.

  • Community Development Funding

    Affinity Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    We’re committed to building a better world by investing our resources in bettering our communities, strengthening our economy and improving quality of life for individuals and families. We focus on distributing funding to local programs and initiatives that make a meaningful difference.

  • Community Engagement Fund

    Inter Pipeline

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Inter Pipeline Community Engagement Fund supports programs and initiatives whose goals include building a self-sustaining legacy in the community. This fund aims to primarily target charitable organizations that support the basic societal needs of food, shelter, and wellness for the vulnerable or underserved in our Canadian operating areas.

  • Community Enrichment

    Diamond North Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Diamond North Credit Union provides sponsorship and donations for your local event, program, activity or organization in the form of monetary donations, in-kind items (promotional merchandise), and/or employee volunteer support.

  • Community Impact Fund

    United Way Estevan

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Grants to Saskatchewan nonprofit organizations in eligible locations for projects that benefit the local community. Funding is intended for projects that address poverty, basic needs, health and social support services, and children’s development. Funding should benefit organizations that operate in Estevan and surrounding areas.

  • Community Investment

    Nutrien

    Funding Amount:

    $5,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Community investment is concentrated on the areas that Nutrien is already engaged in through our business. These focus areas reflect our commitment to the pursuit of local food security, environmental stewardship, and communities that are safe and inclusive.

  • Community Investment

    Trail Appliances

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Trail Appliances is always interested in finding additional ways to help strengthen community life. To request support for your organization, program or event, please follow the procedure outlined below and submit your request no less than three weeks prior to your event.

  • Community Involvment, Sponsorship and Donations

    Radius Credit Union Limited

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Radius Credit Union is involved in supporting our communities through sponsorships, donations, actively supporting and volunteering at local events, and being directly involved on local boards and organizing committees.

  • Community Support

    Rockglen-Killdeer Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Rockglen-Killdeer Credit Union takes pride in investing in the dreams that help our members and communities succeed. We support the charities, volunteer organizations and community organizations that make our community strong.

  • Cornerstone Credit Union Donations and Sponsorships

    Cornerstone Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Cornerstone focuses on the areas that best fit our vision, mission, and values. Preference is given to charitable and non-profit events and organizations.

  • Corporate Sponsorship

    Rockglen-Killdeer Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The Rockglen-Killdeer Credit Union takes pride in investing in the dreams that help our members and communities succeed. We support the charities, volunteer organizations and community organizations that make our community strong.

  • Donation & Sponsorship

    Accent Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    For the past 10 years, Accent Credit Union has provided financial support to our communities. We encourage our staff and board to volunteer and give back to the communities we serve.

  • Orano Community Investment

    Orano Canada

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Orano’s community investment focuses on initiatives and organizations in regions near our operations and activities, or where our employees reside. Health, Education, Access to Water and Economic Development are the main pillars of our contributions.

  • Saskatoon City Employees Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Giving back to make an impact. We provide donations to worthy organizations and sponsor events and activities to support our communities.

  • Sponsorship & Donation

    North West Company

    Funding Amount:

    Varied

    Deadline:

    Expired

    The North West Company is proud of the active role we play within the communities. We strive to help make a positive progressive difference within each community we serve. One of the fundamental operating principles of The North West Company is our commitment to local organizations and programs.

  • Synergy Shares Program

    Synergy Credit Union

    Funding Amount:

    $99,999

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Synergy Shares Program support projects and programs that: sustain, improve, and grow the communities where we have a presence; support financial wellness, including scholarships and financial literacy programs; sustain and improve health care; support local initiatives within the community.

  • Viterra Community Investment Funding

    Viterra

    Funding Amount:

    $20,000

    Deadline:

    Expired

    Viterra is committed to contributing to positive social outcomes in the communities where we have operations and our employees live, work and play through community development.

Fundraising to Support your Playground Project

At Parkcraft, we believe that a lack of funds should never stand in the way of crafting fun and creating memories. That’s why we’re here to help you brainstorm and implement effective fundraising strategies. Our experienced team can provide you with a wealth of ideas, from organizing community events to launching online crowdfunding campaigns. We’ll guide you through the process, offering tips on how to engage potential donors, communicate your vision, and track your progress. With Parkcraft by your side, you’ll have the support and resources you need to turn your playground dreams into reality

Creative Fundraising Ideas to Support Our Playground Project

Are you eager to help us bring our dream playground to life but wondering how to contribute? We've got some exciting fundraising ideas that can turn your passion for the project into meaningful support. From fun events to engaging initiatives, there's something for everyone to get involved in:

  1. Playground Fundraising Gala:

    Host an elegant gala event in your community or school. Sell tickets, organize a silent auction, and invite local businesses to sponsor the event. It's an excellent way to bring people together while raising substantial funds.

  2. 50/50 raffle:

    A "50/50 raffle" is a fundraising activity where participants buy tickets, with half of the proceeds going to the organizing group and the other half as the prize money. A random drawing is held to determine the winner, who receives the prize in cash. This raffle is a popular way to raise funds for charitable causes and events.

  3. Crowdfunding Campaign:

    Create an online crowdfunding campaign on platforms like GoFundMe or Kickstarter. Share your project's story, goals, and progress to attract donations from friends, family, and even strangers who support your cause.

  4. Community Bake Sale:

    Organize a bake sale in a prominent location, such as a local park or schoolyard. Encourage volunteers to bake their favorite goodies and sell them to passersby. All proceeds go toward the playground.

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  6. Kids' Art Auction:

    Partner with local schools to have children create artwork inspired by their dream playground.Host an art auction where parents and community members can bid on the pieces. The kids' creativity will shine, and you'll raise funds simultaneously.

  7. Walkathon or Fun Run:

    Organize a walkathon or fun run event, where participants collect pledges from friends and family for completing the course. Make it even more exciting by offering prizes for top fundraisers.

  8. Themed Fundraising Parties:

    Host themed parties, such as a movie night, carnival, or costume party, with an entry fee that goes toward the playground fund. These events offer entertainment while contributing to the cause.

  9. School Talent Show:

    Showcase the talents of your students in a school-wide talent show. Charge an admission fee and encourage attendees to donate to support the playground's construction.

  10. Community Yard Sale:

    Gather donations from community members and hold a giant yard sale. People can shop for hidden treasures, and the proceeds can go directly to the playground project.

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  12. Corporate Sponsorships:

    Approach local businesses for sponsorships. Offer advertising space on promotional materials or within the playground area in exchange for financial support.

  13. Matching Grants:

    Explore opportunities for matching grants from foundations or corporations. This can double the impact of individual donations.

  14. Online/Silent Auction:

    Create an online auction platform where people can bid on donated items, services, or experiences. It's an excellent way to engage a broader audience and raise significantfunds. Beside that, fundraising with a silent auction is a popular and effective method to raise funds for various organizations and causes.

  15. Recycling Drive:

    Organize a recycling drive where people can drop off recyclable materials such as bottles cans, or electronics. Proceeds from recycling can be directed to the playground fund.

  16. Sponsor a Brick or Tile:

    Offer community members the opportunity to sponsor a personalized brick or tile that will be used in the playground's construction. This can create a lasting legacy for donors.

  17. Community Cookbook:

    Compile a cookbook filled with favorite recipes from community members. Sell the cookbook to raise funds for the playground.

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  19. Art and Craft Fair:

    Host an art and craft fair featuring local artisans and creators. Charge vendors a fee for booth space, and a portion of the proceeds can go to the playground.

Remember that the key to successful fundraising is effective communication. Share your progress, express gratitude to donors, and keep the community engaged in the project's development. With these creative fundraising ideas and a dedicated team, we can make our dream playground a reality. Join us in building a brighter future for our community/school!