Sturgeon County - Community Grants
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Community GrantsCommunity Grants

Sturgeon County recognizes that volunteer community associations are vital to the health, well-being and social development of our community. Each year Sturgeon County Council allocates a predetermined amount of money towards community capital projects and facility operations through a grant process that respond to community need and are community driven.


Community Association Operating Grant

The purpose of this grant is to financially assist recognized Sturgeon County Community Associations with their rural facilitating operating cost and annual program expenses. Operating costs are those general and admin expenses associated with day to day operations of a facility.

Open to: Sturgeon County Senior Associations and Recognized Community Associations.


Community Capital Enhancement Grant

The purpose of this grant is to finance capital projects and community improvements that will provide the maximum benefit to residents.

Open to: Sturgeon County Recognized Associations.


Family & Community Support Services Grant

The purpose of this grant is to finance capital projects and community improvements that will provide the maximum benefit to residents.

Open to: Any registered non- profit, organization that provides services to Sturgeon County residents that fall within the definition of preventative social services as outlined in the Provincial FCSS Act and Regulation. Financially assists community non – profit volunteer service agencies and organizations that support locally driven preventative social initiatives that enhance the wellbeing of individuals, families and communities.

Family and Community Support Services Department is now accepting grant applications for the 2020 Community Grant Program and for the 2020 FCSS Grant Program.
 

2020 Community Grant Program

If your organization is a registered, volunteer non‐profit association operating a public facility/amenity within Sturgeon County for the benefit of all Sturgeon County residents, you may be eligible to apply for this competitive grant program.

For complete eligibility criteria, the 2020 Community Grant Program application form click here

Application Deadline: Tuesday, February 18, 2020

2020 FCSS Grant Program

If your organization is a registered non‐profit organization that provide services to Sturgeon County residents that fall within the definition of preventative social services as outlined in the Provincial FCSS Act and Regulation, you may be eligible to apply for this competitive grant program.

For complete eligibility criteria, the 2020 FCSS Grant Program application form click here

Application Deadline: Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Maximum grant funding available per applicant is $5,000.

 

For assistance with both grant application please contact:

Susan Morrissey, Grant Coordinator

Email: smorrissey@sturgeoncounty.ca

Phone: 780-939-0607