Application Deadline: October 19 2019

Through its Community and Field of Interest Funds grants program, the Community Foundation of the South Okanagan Similkameen supports a wide range of programs that benefit to residents in communities throughout the Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen. Grant-writing workshops are offered in Osoyoos (Sep 24), Penticton (Sep 25) and Princeton (Sep 26). Details.

Application Deadline: September 30 2019

The South Okanagan Conservation Fund is now open for applications. The Fund is a dedicated source of funding for the purpose of undertaking environmental conservation projects in participating areas of the South Okanagan. More info here.

Application Deadline: September 13 2019

Community Board members choose programs that focus on youth, demonstrate social or technological innovation in program delivery, and involve arts & culture, education & sport, or health & well-being in our environment. Details

Application Deadline: September 18 2019

The Community Foundation of the South Okanagan Similkameen has an exciting funding opportunity for youth led projects in the South Okanagan Similkameen. The RBC Future Launch Community Challenge is helping shift power into the hands of youth by supporting youth-led initiatives that address urgent local priorities such as food security, health and the environment. In joining the challenge, The Community Foundation can grant up to $30,000 to youth and registered charities for bold and inspiring youth-led initiatives. More info.

Application Deadline: Ongoing

Would your Canadian charity or non-profit organization benefit from a new roof or flooring made from recycled rubber? Kal’s RePlay Fund helps cover the cost of projects that turn scrap tires into new rubber products to enhance facilities in the communities we serve.

Application Deadline: May 3, 2019

Thompson - Okanagan Community Board members choose programs that focus on youth, demonstrate social or technological innovation in program delivery, and involve arts & culture, education & sport, or health & well-being in our environment. Details here.

The Aboriginal Fund for Species at Risk (AFSAR; Species at Risk Stream and Prevention Stream) is now accepting applications for the 2019-2020 funding cycle. In its 16th year, AFSAR provides funding to support projects aimed at supporting continued capacity development of Indigenous organizations and communities so that they can participate in the recovery of species at risk, protection of their habitat, and in preventing other species from becoming a conservation concern. Please note that this call applies to terrestrial species only. Click here for details and how to apply.

Application Deadline: N/A

Systems Change Grants support projects that take action to address the root causes of pressing social, environmental or cultural issues by influencing the behaviours of populations, organizations, and institutions. Short-term grants (Develop grants) are a one-time application that can be submitted any time throughout the year and decisions are made the following month. The next granting cycle for multi-year grants (Test and Scale grants) opens January 2, 2019. 

Click here for more information and how to apply.