Neighbourhood Small Grants

Applications are open from April 1st, 2023 to April 30th, 2023.
Granting cycle – this program runs annually in the Spring. Dates may change slightly each year.

The Neighbourhood Small Grants (NSG) program helps residents of any age, experience, or background take part in building community.

Do you have a great idea to strengthen connections in your community? Neighbourhood Small Grants (NSG) are back! Residents in the North Okanagan are encouraged to apply for up to $500 to grow their idea and connect with their neighbours and community.

Applications are open from April 1st, 2023 to April 30, 2023.

Information Session: DATE TO BE DETERMINED register by emailing [email protected]

Ideas that Connect Neighbours

Neighbourhood Small Grants is a grant stream created to support small-scale community projects in neighbourhoods and small communities throughout the North Okanagan.

Neighbourhood Small Grants support creative projects by individuals that:

  • build community strength and resilience,
  • foster community creativity and well being, and
  • alleviate social isolation

Grants of up to $500 are available. A grant is money you receive to help you bring your project to life. You must apply for the grant, but you do not need to pay the money back.

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Resources & Links:

Questions on how to apply? Connect with the Community Coordinator, Lisa Deargle at [email protected].

To apply for a Neighbourhood Small Grant, click here.

Get inspired and read about local projects that took place in the North Okanagan in 2022, click here.

Read past Project Stories and get inspired, click here.

Stay up to date with News and Announcements from the NSG program blog.

Neighbourhood Small Grants is a provincial program to learn what other communities are doing, click here.

Community Foundation North Okanagan’s Neighbourhood Small Grants are delivered in partnership with the Regional District of North Okanagan.

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