Sesquicentennial grant deadline approaching
Contributed/City of Kelowna
October 17, 2016 - 4:21 PM
The City of Kelowna Sesquicentennial Grant deadline is Monday, Oct. 31. This is the second and final intake for the City’s Sesquicentennial Grant. The grant is available to eligible non-profit organizations and provides matching funds of up to $15,000 to support community driven projects.
Successful Sesquicentennial Grant projects will have a lasting impact, reflecting the rich and diverse culture of Canada and Kelowna’s natural attributes. Eligible projects must align with at least one of the City’s Canada 150 identified themes:
Embrace, preserve and celebrate the natural assets of Kelowna including the lake, trails, landscape and four season recreational opportunities;
Celebrate cultural diversity and freedom;
Empower our youth to shape the community they desire;
Honour the history of our region and the prominent people and events that connect us;
Recognize and celebrate the rich history and knowledge of Indigenous nations who continue to be an integral part of our community; and
Lay the groundwork for innovation that will strengthen our community.
Click here for details on the Sesquicentennial Grant and to apply.
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