Funding & grants


Canada Council for the Arts - Short-Term Projects - Creating, Knowing and Sharing: The Arts and Cultures of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples

The Short-Term Projects component of Creating, Knowing and Sharing funds First Nations, Inuit and Métis professional and aspiring artists, cultural carriers, arts/cultural professionals, groups, collectives and arts/culture organizations. Grants provide support for any combination of eligible Creating, Knowing and Sharing activities for projects lasting up to 12 months.


Ontario Trillium Foundation Grow Grants

Grow grants support the delivery of evidence-based community projects 

Amount: From $50,000 to $250,000 per year
Term: 2 to 3 years

OTF funds local community projects that are evidence-based and drive at achieving greater impact in their community. The Grow Investment Stream focuses on three types of projects, which enable us to see positive change in our communities:


Ontario Trillium Foundation Seed Grants

Seed grants support projects that are designed to help you learn

Amount: From $5,000 to $75,000

Term: Up to 1 year

Seed grants are all about trying something new or untested, where the outcomes are unknown. 

All projects need to be focused on seeding new ideas or approaches that will drive at achieving greater impact in their community. The Seed Investment Stream focuses on four types of projects, which enable us to see positive change in our communities.


Aldergrove Financial Group Donations, Sponsorships, & Bursaries

Donations and Sponsorships

The following are categories that have been previously sponsored or donated to.

  • Youth sports teams, fundraisers, ads in programs
  • School fundraisers, grad, sports, art, band
  • Individual or organizational community requests
  • Event sponsorships
  • Large one time requests
  • High school bursaries

Scholarships and Bursaries


BV Community Arts Council - Grants program

Established in 1980, the Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council (BVCAC) seeks to increase awareness of, and access to, the arts for all Bulkley Valley residents by providing funding for arts projects, bursaries to aspiring artists, and support for new artistic ideas.

How does the BVCAC select projects to fund?

We accept grant applications between September 1st and May 31st of each year.

The BVCAC Board of Directors reviews all grant applications based on the following:


Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec - Request for donations or sponshorships


This policy governs the process by which donations and sponsorships are awarded by la Caisse. Through theseinitiatives, la Caisse aims to:

  • fulfill its role as a corporate citizen by contributing to the betterment of society;
  • foster initiatives that have a direct impact on future generations, student retention, innovation and the social economy of Québec;
  • contribute to the economic vitality of Québec.