As the world navigates a global pandemic – Coronavirus Covid-19, it is our responsibility to insure the safety of our members and the programs and communities they serve. The Fraser Valley CCGA Regional Manager and the Board of Directors will be practicing self isolation effective immediately until further notice. We encourage our membership to follow the guidance of the WHO, the Federal Government of Canada and the Provincial Government of British Columbia and practice safe social distancing.
As of March 24, 2020 – COVID-19 Update for Community Gaming Grants Recipients
Community Gaming Grants wants to reassure all applicants that applications are being received and processed as per the 2020 Guidelines. For example, if Annual General Meetings are being suspended or programming such as festival events are being postponed, you should continue to apply as normal. Community Gaming Grants will provide additional guidance as the situation unfolds.
The Ministry’s top priority is the health and safety of B.C.’s communities, volunteers, and staff. We ask our clients to also adopt this as a top priority when making decisions around changes or cancellations to programming. We are fully committed to supporting our grant recipients during these challenging times.
For the most up-to-date information about COVID-19 from the Province of B.C. please refer to the COVID-19 Provincial Support and Information website, the BC Centre for Disease Control and HealthLink BC.
THE FVCCGA WILL CONTINUE TO SERVE OUR MEMBERSHIP
The FVCCGA will be working with their members to conduct virtual workshops using the free digital meeting software – Zoom. A user friendly meeting app that will allow you to join our workshop with or without a camera and microphone.
*NEW* If you are currently a Member with the FVCCGA, you can join our Slack Chat here
Fraser Valley CCGA Slack Chat
This page will be updated as information is made available. Please check back often to stay up to date regarding our services and announcements from the BC Gaming Grants Branch.
Who We Serve
The Fraser Valley Community Charitable Gaming Association service area includes six Municipalities and 8 Electoral areas. The region of “The Fraser Valley”.
Join the FVCCGA at an information session or workshop. Network with other Non Profit Organizations in your community.
To insure your organization is kept current with information, and guaranteed access to our workshops; we encourage you to become a member. Membership is always free, but the value is priceless.
community-charitable-gaming-associations/Our Mission & Vision
At FVCCGA our vision and mission is to help Non Profit Organizations and Community Groups
The Fraser Valley Community Charitable Gaming Association is member-based and assists eligible community groups in the Fraser Valley that represent the funding sectors of Arts & Culture, Sport, Environment, Public Safety, Human & Social Services, PAC’s and Service Clubs.
Join Us At An Event!
Province of British Columbia
BC Gaming Grant Branch Outreach Manager Matt Dell will be presenting information sessions all across the Province of British Colombia. Watch the calendar to reserve your seats for presentations in the Fraser Valley with FVCCGA Regional Manager, Tracy Butterfield.
Gaming Grant Applications
The FVCCGA will be conducting in depth workshops every sector to cover the details of the gaming grant application. These workshops will be focused on writing styles, presentation, and financials. Guest speakers will also be presenting at these workshops.
We acknowledge the financial support
of the Province of British Columbia
As of May 2020, I have accepted the position of Regional Manager at FVCCGA. I look forward to meeting and working with you all in the future, in person or online.On behalf of FVCCGA, I would like to send heartfelt THANKS to Tracy Butterfield for all her hard work...