New CFs open call for Canada 150 grantsFriday, July 1st, 2016 | Laurel Carlton
Happy Canada Day! With 2017 just around the corner more community foundations have opened their grant applications to the Community Fund for Canada’s 150th (CFC150).
So far more than 100 communities are already on board or set to participate by summer’s end, leveraging CFC150 to support local projects that build community and encourage engagement in Canada’s sesquicentennial.
Congratulations to the following community foundations who have just started accepting grant applications to CFC150! You can find other community foundations now participating on the CFC150 website.
- Creston-Kootenay Foundation (BC)
- LeRoi Community Foundation (BC)
- Prince Rupert Regional Community Foundation (BC)
- Victoria Foundation (BC)
- Calgary Foundation (AB)
- Community Foundation of Northwestern Alberta (AB)
- Minnedosa & District Community Foundation (MB)
- Community Foundation Grey Bruce (ON)
- Perth & District Community Foundation (ON)
- Niagara Community Foundation (ON)
- Oakville Community Foundation (ON)
- Oxford Community Foundation (ON)
- The Temiskaming Foundation (ON)
- Fredericton Community Foundation (NB)
The Community Fund for Canada’s 150th is a collaborative effort, seeded by the Government of Canada and extraordinary leaders from coast to coast to coast, and matched and delivered locally by Canada’s 191 community foundations.