Foundation / Corporation
Columbia Basin Trust
11/25/21 2:00 PM PT
Grants to British Columbia nonprofit organizations, local agencies, and First Nations communities in eligible areas for capital projects to improve buildings used for senior citizens programming. Applicants are required to submit an initial proposal prior to submitting a full proposal. All projects must take place in the Columbia Basin Trust region.
These grants support energy retrofits, repairs and improvements to increase safety of community-purpose buildings actively used for seniors services, activities and events (such as seniors halls and/or centres).
Energy improvements aim to conserve or generate energy and must show a positive return on investment. Eligible costs include items like the following:
Building Repairs and Improvements:
Building repairs and improvements aim to restore a building envelope, its structural building components or address safety/accessibility issues.
This Program may prioritize applications that:
GrantWatch ID#: 199143
Applicants can request up to 80% of the project’s total costs, to a maximum request of $100,000, from the Trust.
You can only put grant money toward approved project expenses that occur after your organization and the Trust have signed the Contribution Agreement.
Also, depending on the nature of your project, you may have to obtain specific permits and approvals before receiving Trust funds.
You should plan to start your project no earlier than April 1, 2022.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Expression of Interest Form: https://forms.ourtrust.org/seniors-building-and-capital-support-eoi/
Before starting the process, the Trust highly encourages you to contact Trust staff to discuss your project idea by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1.800.505.8998.
For a map of the Columba Basit Trust region, see https://ourtrust.org/?ddownload=4403.
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