Gaming Grant Workshop June 9th 2018
The Fraser Valley Community Charitable Gaming Association (FVCCGA) invite you to attend our Community Gaming Grant Workshop.
Date: Saturday June 9th, 2018
Time: 12:00 pm
Place: Chances Playtime Abbotsford – Red 21 Board Room
30835 Peardonville Rd, Abbotsford, BC V2T-6K2
This workshop requires registration for all participants.
SPECIAL SPEAKING GUEST
We are happy to confirm that Sharon Jessiman from Glasshouse Capacity Services Society will be available for a Q&A pertaining to all your financial questions. Bring your applications and financials with you for the most effective response.
Please register and join us Saturday June 9th, 2018
2017-2018 Annual General Meeting
Register for our PAC/DPAC Workshop
These are two separate events on the same day and require registration fore both, we apologize in advance for any inconvenience.
PAC & DPAC Grants
Are you a PAC Parent? Joining your schools PAC this year and want to understand the What, Where and How of the Community Gaming Grant Application? Download the Community Gaming Grant – Guidelines (including PAC/DPAC grants) and bring it with you to the Workshop. We will do our best to address your questions and concerns. Plus you can brainstorm and share ideas with other PAC Associations.
Parent Advisory Council and District Parent Advisory Council (PAC and DPAC) grants are intended to benefit K-12 students in British Columbia through the enhancement of extracurricular opportunities and community involvement.
Apply from Apr 1 to Jun 30 – Final notification: Sep 30
* Final notification date is the latest date that applicants will be notified about the result of their application.
Capital Project Grants
Do you have a Capital Project that needs funding? Join us to learn all the details including, who is eligible, what are the guidelines, what are the requirements? Download the Capital Projects Grants 2018 Sector Guide and bring it with you to the Workshop. We will try to address all of your questions regarding the Grant and the application process.
Each year a portion of the $140 million Community Gaming Grants program budget is allocated to capital projects undertaken by not-for-profit organizations that have a total cost of more than $20,000. The purpose of the sector is to enable the not-for-profit organizations to complete capital projects that provide significant benefit to communities.
Apply from June 1 to July 31, 2018
Final notification*: October 31, 2018
*Final notification date is the latest date that applicants will be notified about the result of their application.