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Grant Listings

Rural BC Website with grant listings (over 170). The RuralBC Secretariat was created in 2008 to work hand in hand with rural B.C. communities, ensuring they each have the tools to achieve their unique vision for the future. The secretariat is made up of the Regional Operations Branch and Strategic Initiatives Office.

Government gaming grants allow eligible organizations to apply for gaming revenues to support a broad range of programs and services. To receive a grant, your organization and the program offered must meet certain eligibility requirements.

GrantCanada.com is an online list of grants, loans and assistance programs for Canadian individuals and businesses. We will save you many hours, even weeks or months of searching. Get money for a job or for starting/expanding a business.

Human Resources Skills and Development Canada (HRDSC) - Learn about the funding opportunities (grants and contributions) that are offered by HRSDC, Service Canada, and Labour: what programs are currently accepting applications, listings of all programs and who can apply, and links to more information.

At Vancouver Foundation we recognize that communities are complex and that many factors go into creating a healthy and vibrant place for all to live. That's why we take a very broad view of our community and it's why we fund a wide variety of programs and projects.  With our donors and partners, we provide funding for projects in the areas listed below.

  • Animal Welfare
    Arts and Culture
    Children, Youth and Families
    Disability Supports
    Giving in Action
    Endowment 150
    Education
    Environment
    Health and Social Development
    Health and Medical Education/Research
    Neighborhood Small Grants (Vancouver and Burnaby)
    Youth Homelessness
    Youth Philanthropy

Enterprising Non-Profits, enp, is a unique collaborative program that promotes and supports social enterprise development and growth as a means to build strong non-profit organizations and healthier communities.

The Real Estate Foundation differs from other funders in the types of projects it considers. The mandate of the Foundation is broad – real estate related projects. The basis of real estate is the land, and the land is the foundation of our lives. The homes we live in, the parks we walk in; the watersheds that supply our drinking water. These things are all real-estate related.

Mountain Equipment Coop - MEC. Please complete our online application to request product donations or grants through our Community Contributions program.

Imagine Canada is a national charitable organization whose cause is Canada’s charities and nonprofits. We support and strengthen charities and nonprofits so they can, in turn, support the Canadians and communities they serve.

Environment of Canada Funding Programs

  • Community Action Programs for the Environment
    1.Aboriginal Funds for Species at Risk
    2.Community Interaction Program - St. Lawrence Action Plan
    3.EcoAction Community Funding Program
    4.Environmental Damages Fund
    5.Great Lakes Sustainability Fund
    6.Habitat Stewardship Program for Species at Risk
    7.Invasive Alien Species Partnership Program
    8.Lake Simcoe Clean-Up Fund
    9.Lake Winnipeg Basin Stewardship Fund
  • Employment Program

1.Science Horizons Youth Internship Program
2.International Environmental Youth Corps

CharityVillage, Canada's supersite for the nonprofit sector. Every day, you'll find more than 3,500 pages of news, jobs, resources, how-to articles, volunteer and event listings, educational opportunities, and much more.

The Commonwealth Foundation This British foundation based in London serves as an umbrella to nongovernmental organizations in 51 Commonwealth countries, from Antigua and Canada to Zimbabwe. The Foundation's special interests include: the eradication of poverty, rural development, health, non-formal education, community enterprise, women in development, disability and the arts and culture. Emphasis is on supporting non-governmental organizations, professional associations, arts and culture, and travel grants.

Cottonwood Foundation Cottonwood Foundation is a tax-exempt charitable organization, run entirely by volunteers and with no paid staff, that provides small grants to grassroots organizations worldwide that are working for a sustainable future. Cottonwood awards grants to organizations that combine all of the following: protecting the environment, promoting cultural diversity, empowering people to meet their basic needs, and relying on volunteers. Support of such groups makes it possible to really make a difference in creating a better world.