Volunteer Futures & BCACG Symposium

Volunteer Futures & BCACG Symposium

https://bcacg.silkstart.com/events/volunteer-futures-bcacg-symposium-2019 Time is running out to register for Volunteer Futures Symposium. EARLY BIRD RATE ENDS SEPTEMBER 16! Our event is cost-effective.Only $250 for members for the full 2-day.  Take this...
Environmental Sector Is Open

Environmental Sector Is Open

A message from BC Gaming Grants Branch Hello Community Gaming Grant “Environment” Partners, Each year, the Community Gaming Grant program distributes $140 million of commercial gambling revenues to not-for-profit community organizations in British Columbia. Over 5,000...
Watch the 2019 Capital Projects Webinar

Watch the 2019 Capital Projects Webinar

The Capital Project 2019 webinar is now available on Youtube:  https://youtu.be/gOqcVf0MvhQ This webinar covers the to-be-released 2019 Capital Project Sector Guide, which will be available for download in mid-May. The 2019 Capital Project Program is virtually...

BC First Nations Gaming Revenue

As part of Budget 2019, First Nations in British Columbia will have a stable, long-term source of funding to invest in their communities’ priorities, through a historic revenue-sharing agreement between the Province and the First Nations Leadership Council.  ...

AGM 2018 – Notice of Annual General Meeting

AGM Registration Please let us know you are planning to attend the Fraser Valley Community Charitable Gaming Association 2018 Annual General Meeting. The Fraser Valley Community Charitable Gaming Association (FVCCGA) invite you to attend the 2018 Annual General...
HOW TO WRITE THE PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

HOW TO WRITE THE PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The Program Description for your Gaming Grant application is often the most challenging portion of the application process. Telling your story in a succinct and informative essay is important, as it tells the Gaming Branch who you are, what you represent, and how your...