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Neighborhood Small Grants allow groups of two or more neighbours to work together on small projects to make their neighbourhood a better place. They're easy to write -- many people write them in an hour, and they're great for getting a few hundred dollars for that community project you always wanted to do but maybe never had the extra money to pursue.
Examples of projects include community kitchens, block parties, gardens, recycling depots, art workshops, physical activity groups, language classes, corner libraries, permaculture blitzes, building mason bee houses or planter benchlets, drop-in spaghetti nights, cultural celebrations, and much more! For more information about the work and goals of the program or what kinds of projects get funded, please visit the Vancouver Foundation website.
Apply online at www.neighbourhoodsmallgrants.ca. The deadline for applications is Tuesday April 4th.