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Neighbourhood Small Grants and Greenest City Neighbourhood Small Grants

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Neighbourhood Small Grants and Greenest City Neighbourhood Small Grants

Time: March 16, 2014 to April 7, 2014
Location: Lower Mainland
Website or Map: http://www.neighbourhoodsmall…
Event Neighbourhood and Type: grassroots, grants
Organized By: Danielle Gauld
Latest Activity: Mar 20

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Neighbourhood Small Grants and Greenest City Small Grants

Deadline for Applications April 7th
Visit for more information or to apply

Neighbourhood Small Grants are funded by the Vancouver Foundation and the Greenest City Neighbourhood Small Grants by the Vancouver Foundation and the City of Vancouver. They allow groups of two or more neighbours to apply for $50 -$1000 to work together on projects that benefit their neighbourhoods socially, physically or environmentally.

Watch the Video here:

Please read the guidelines carefully to increase your likelihood of being successful in receiving a grant (and for repeat applicants, because things have changed this year!)
Frequently Asked Questions can be found here:
Paper application forms are also available at your local Neighbourhood House (see below)

If you live in the Cedar Cottage - Hastings-Sunrise - Renfrew Area you can contact or go to your local Neighbourhood House:

Cedar Cottage:
Frog Hollow:
How would you like to make your neighbourhood a better place?

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Comment by Ross Moster on March 17, 2014 at 8:52pm

Thanks for posting, Danielle!

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