Langley groups can apply for gaming grants

Non-profit groups can apply for the next round of gaming grants. The deadline is Nov. 30.

Here’s information sent out by the provincial government on community grants:

Eligible non-profit organizations can now apply for the

next round of human and social services community gaming grants

funded by the Government of British Columbia.

The deadline for applications is Nov. 30, 2015. Applicants will be

notified regarding the status of their application by Feb. 29, 2016.

Human and social services community gaming grants help support the

work of local agencies and clubs that deliver important social

services to British Columbians facing challenging and difficult


During fiscal year 2014-15, approximately $66.7 million in community

gaming grants was provided to human and social service organizations,

including food banks, hospice societies, hospital auxiliaries,

counselling services and wellness providers.

Every year, the Government of British Columbia approves $135 million

in community gaming grants distributed among specific sectors,

including arts and culture, sport, environment, public safety, human

and social services, parent advisory councils and district parent

advisory councils.

For information on how to apply for a B.C. community gaming grant,


To find out more about community gaming grants funded by the

Government of British Columbia, visit:

Connect with the Province of B.C. at:

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