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South Peace Mckenzie Trust - Community Grants

Peace River Regional Grants
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The District of Mackenzie has adopted a Community Grants Policy to provide financial and in-kind support to community associations and other community organizations. This support is in recognition of these groups as a valuable resource in assisting the municipality to provide a strong community focus.

Funding
  • Rent Subsidy - By providing the District-owned and operated facilities at no charge for specific events. As per District of Mackenzie Policy 8.2, the District also provides accommodation or equipment storage space free of charge to non-profit or sports organizations that are presently allocated space in the Recreation Services Complex and the Ernie Bodin Community Centre subject to availability. 

  • Capital Expenditure - By providing cash grants or in-kind grants for capital projects. In recognition of the costs of these projects, the District may contribute up to 50% of the eligible costs of a project to a maximum of $2,000. 

  • Special Project – By providing annual cash grants and/or in-kind grants for a one-time special or annual event, program or activity. 

  • Fee for Service Agreements – By providing cash grants and/ or in-kind grants for on-going operational support. The District may consider entering into this type of agreement when the recipient is a not-for-profit organization delivering a service or program that extends the reach of District programs and services. The length of the agreement will not exceed three (3) years and all recipients shall provide reporting regarding service delivery as requested.

Application Period

September 15, 2024

Eligible Applicants

Non-profit organizations

Eligibility

In order to qualify for a Community Grant the applicant must: 

  • Be a registered non-profit organization in good standing with the Registrar of Companies. 

Services, projects or events proposed by the applicant must not:

  • Offer direct financial assistance to individuals or families. 

  • Duplicate or replace services that fall within the mandate of senior levels of governments or local service agencies. 

  • Support a Provincial or National fundraising campaign. 

  • Be of a commercial nature

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