Community Spaces Funding

Community Spaces was developed to support projects in the communities across Western Canada in which we live, work and operate. Projects can apply for between $25,000 and $150,000 in capital funding in three categories: recreation, environmental conservation, and urban agriculture.

 

 

To learn more about eligibility and set yourself up for success when applying, please review the Community Spaces Program Guide (PDF) and the sample application.

 

Who is eligible for funding?

  • Registered charities with valid registration numbers under the Canada Revenue Agency
  • Non-profit organizations registered under their provincial government with proof of registration (e.g. letters of incorporation)
  • Non-profit organizations working with their municipal government who will accept funding and issue receipts on their behalf
  • Community service co-operatives

What criteria must projects meet?

  • Be available and accessible for community use
  • Align with one of the three funding categories (recreation, environmental conservation or urban agriculture)
  • Be completed within two years
  • Be a capital project
  • Be located in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan or Manitoba
  • Provide the opportunity for permanent signage

What projects are ineligible for funding?

  • Politically affiliated organizations
  • Faith-based projects that are not available to the community
  • Those that will have adverse environmental impacts
  • Those that are third-party fundraising campaigns

 

 

 

Quick Links

Learn more Community Spaces and the application process here:

Applications run through Feb. 1 - Mar. 1 2024 (5 p.m. CST)

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