We are please to announce our approved 2021 Spring Neighbourhood Small Grants:
$ 500.00 – Diane McCredie: Flower Power
$ 500.00 – Karen Floor: Larwood Library Book Bench
$ 500.00 – Louella Baker: Pickleball for Quadra Seniors
$ 500.00 – Lucilla Girotto: Book Care Box Spring 2021
$ 500.00- Nevil Hand: Quadra Island Beach Cleaning.
$ 475.00 – Richard Cronk: Owl Channel Project
$ 500.00 – Sulyn Cedar: Mushroom Growing Workshop
$ 462.80 – Teresa Reimer: Easy Self Watering Garden Systems
$ 500.00 – Ann Vansnick: Young Families Growing Together
$ 500.00 – Whitney Ramm: Gold Panning
$ 500.00 – Tamara McPhail: Bokashiand Vermicomposting Demo
We look forward to hearing the stories and will be sharing them on social media and our website when we receive the updates.
Next round will be in the Fall of 2021. Stay tuned for more information.
Wondering what kind of projects are eligible? Visit our Eligibility and FAQ page. Remember that you may ask for $350 to be allocated for honorariums to anyone who contributes skills or knowledge as part of your project, including yourself.
For inspiration, check out some of the past projects from across BC in 2020.
Once you are ready to apply, you can submit your project via our online application.
We are here to help you generate ideas and apply!
Do you have an idea that connects people socially or
helps them share skills or talents with each other?
Neighbourhood Small Grants (NSG) provides grants of up to $500 for small projects that foster community connectivity and stay within guidelines for physical distancing.
Sir Winston Churchill
We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.
- Sir Winston Churchill
Kerry & Barry Watchorn
We have chosen to invest in the Campbell River Community Foundation because it is a way of giving back to the community and a continuing future legacy in which the funds are well managed and not heavy in administration fees. Local organizations in need are well served by this growing Foundation.
- Kerry & Barry Watchorn