Neighbourhood Small Grants are back for 2017!
Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Vancouver Foundation and our partners are proud to announce that Neighbourhood Small Grants are back for 2017!

Communities across the lower mainland have just opened for applications, and we can't wait to see what you come up with. Make this the year you join us to build a sense of belonging in your neighbourhood!


Vancouver Foundation, our local community partners, and Community Foundations of Canada are proud to bring three small grants opportunities to lower mainland residents.

Neighbourhood Small Grants offer up to $500 for projects that connect and engage residents, share skills and knowledge, build a sense of ownership and pride, and respect and celebrate diversity.

Greenest City Neighbourhood Small Grants provide up to $500 for residents of Vancouver to develop projects that contribute to the City of Vancouver's Greenest City 2020 Action Plan.

Canada 150 Small Grants offer up to $500 for residents of the lower mainland to support projects that encourage participation in community activities to mark Canada's 150th.

Oak Avenue Neighbourhood Hub working for Neighbourhood Small Grants in Surrey

With a mission to be a place of home and hope for residents, the Oak Avenue Neighbourhood Hub provides a range of services for people in the community as part of a continuum of support for all ages.

The Hub serves as a place for organizations and agencies to offer programs and fosters a unified vision of promoting healthy community development. Each program and service works in intentional cooperation with the Hub to ensure that the needs of people in the community are being met in a way that is integrated and comprehensive.

The Hub engages the Whalley and Cedar Hills communities of Surrey to provide opportunities for community development activities.

For more information for Neighbourhood Small Grants in Surrey, please contact Jagbir Mand at 604-518-9203.

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Source: Vancouver Foundation / Neighbourhood Small Grants