The Prince Rupert Port Authority has opened a one month window for community members to submit their proposals for funding for community projects for consideration by the Prince Rupert Port Authority's Community Investment Fund.
And while the chances may be somewhat reduced for local groups to receive the same funding as a recent announcement for 1 million dollars towards Skeena Salmon initiatives delivered, there is funding available for community projects in a number of areas, including culture and environment, youth and education, Health and Wellness, as well as Arts and Recreation to name a few.
The Community Investment Fund was created in 2009 and since that time has provided the funds for a range of programs both in Prince Rupert and in neighbouring communities.
The program looks for those projects which will provide tangible long-term benefits to the community and have broad, demonstrated community support.
Successful programs will be able to leverage other private/public funding and will be environmentally sound in concept.
You can review the full criteria for consideration below:
|What you need to know prior to submitting you|
application to the Port's Community Investment Fund
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The application period opened on January 7th and the deadline for submissions arrives on February 8th.
You can find out more information about the program and the process of application from the Port website here.
The background to what is required as part of your application for potential funding can be reviewed here.
For more items of note related to the Community Investment Fund see our archive page here.
A wider overview of Port initiatives and developments can be examined here.
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