FVCCGA PRESENTATIONS & WORKSHOPS

This page contains Power Point Presentations of recent workshops as given by the FVCCGA and or BC Gaming Grants Branch.

Gaming Grant Info Workshops

Community Gaming Grant information workshops are planned for various communities, including some sessions planned by the Community Gaming Grants Branch. All follow the same format – program over view by government, presentation by grant recipients, a grant workshop and one on one appointments. Our Workshops are designed to navigate the Guidelines and Conditions of the Gaming Grant Application. 

To follow dates and locations for a workshop near you, follow our news feed here http://fvccga.com/news-updates/

Contact us if you would like to organize a workshop in your town or if you require one on one consulting about your grant.

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FVCCGA Presentation

Every year the BC Gaming Grant Branch reviews the Guidelines and Conditions of the Gaming Grant Guidelines, Conditions, Application Process and Financial Requirements. In 2019 the presentation is more defined, and user friendly. Download the 2019 presentation as governed by the BC Gaming Grants Branch. 

2019 BC Community Gaming Grants Program

2018 PAC & DPAC Community Gaming Grants Program

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PAC & DPAC Presentaiton

 This presentation is focused on the requirements of DPAC and PAC applications. The DPAC and PAC programs have appendix and conditions that vary from the standard program grant applicants.

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Capital Projects Presentation

This presentation covers all requirements associated with the application for a Capital Projects Grant. This is separate from the Community Charitable Gaming Grant application.

2019 Capital Projects Community Gaming Grants Presentation

2018 BC Gaming Grants Program Presentation by Matt Dell, BC Gaming Grants Outreach Manager

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5 Top Challenges in 2018

 This presentation covers all the information provided in the standard presentation, but also has information slides that include topics including: Program Descriptions, Program Growth, Organization costs vs. program costs, In-Kind (volunteer) contributions and Financial Statements.

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