Grants

Search or browse below to see past Field of Interest grants. You may search by recipient organization name, project name, or city. Additionally, in the sidebar you may filter the grants displayed by year, interest or grant amount.

Alouette Home Start Society

Route 29: The Road Home

Imagine facing the transition from adolescence to adulthood while, at the same time, struggling just to survive because you don’t have a home. The 2011 Homeless Count found 29 homeless youth in Maple Ridge. Over three years, this project will find and improve youth access to housing and build connections and continuing relationships with youth aged 17 to 24. Each youth will be supported in their own unique journey to maturity and to becoming healthy, happy people, with a secure home and the capacity to keep it.
$260,000.00
2011

Vines Art Festival Society

Vines Art Festival - Community Care in Resistance: Decolonizing Festival & Touring Models

The pressing issue being addressed by Vines Art Festival is disconnection & displacement from land & culture due to Canada’s colonial art system that favours transactional art relationships & spectacle over art as a way of life; created in connection to community, land & wellness. Art & creativity have the power to unearth new ways of being with one another that are otherwise not possible through other platforms. Within these ways of being exists the potential to heal-- to build a culture of transformation where we can grow & build resiliency. Vines will be creating a Full-Spectrum Artist Support Model from the active research we conduct over 3 years to be shared with the arts community.
$260,000.00
2020