The British Columbia Association for Charitable Gaming (BCACG) represents charities and community groups, promoting access to gaming revenues that are licensed and regulated by the Province of British Columbia.
- Supports community groups with grant and license applications.
- Represents community groups’ interests with gambling stakeholders in British Columbia.
- Works with the Province to increase funding and expand the impact of gaming revenues on community services.
Section 4.1 of the Guidelines says that program eligibility is measured on four points: has operated for 12 months, demonstrates community benefit, is accessible and inclusive, and has a sustainability plan. Focus the Program Description on these four points. At the end, add a fifth point about how the funds will be used – the […]... Read more
Important Reminder: The Community Gaming Grants program distributes $5 million per year to eligible not-for-profit organizations to assist with capital projects with a total cost of more than $20,000. Eligible not-for-profit organizations may be approved for up to 50% of the total cost of the project, to a maximum of $250,000. Organizations wishing to apply for […]... Read more
You are invited to the B.C. Government’s Community Gaming Grant Presentation for the Northeast Region on Tuesday September 19th 7pm-9pm at the North Peace Cultural Centre in Fort St. John. Join Mike Sherman, Outreach Manager, Community Gaming Grants Branch, Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, for a detailed information session on the Community Gaming Grants program. This is an […]... Read more