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The 2017 Volunteer Futures Symposium is an Eligible Gaming Expense!

While section 7.6 of the Guidelines indicates that conferences are a prohibited use of Gaming funds, the Community Gaming Grants Branch recognizes that the 2017 Volunteer Futures Symposium is an important source of current information about the Community Gaming Grant. Likewise volunteer training, related to the direct delivery of your approved program, is an eligible […]...Read more

Upcoming Capital Project Grants Webinar – Tuesday, August 1st

The Capital Projects Grants webinar is on Tuesday, August 1 has now been posted to our website. Feel free to share the registration link with your networks. All published information on this grant is in the capital projects section on the website: http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/sports-culture/gambling-fundraising/gaming-grants/capital-project-grants The webinar will include an overview of applicant and project eligibility, assessment criteria […]...Read more

Capital Project Grants

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BC Gaming is all about being open

June 3, 2017 – Dawson Creek | David Sheach and the Northern Lights Community Gaming Association presented a Gaming Grants workshop for the Dawson Creek community. Read more about this event in the Dawson Creek Mirror....Read more

UPCOMING FREE – SPRING 2017 COMMUNITY GRANT WORKSHOPS

David Sheach, Executive Director is presenting information workshops about Community Gaming Grants. This free workshop will help you prepare an accurate application and manage the funding per the conditions of the grant – and answer your questions too. May 15 | 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM | Fernie at the Senior Citizens Drop-In Centre | Register Here May […]...Read more

Community Gaming Grant Info Workshops Upcoming

Community Gaming Grant information workshops are planned for various communities. The Community Gaming Grants Branch has the following planned, in addition to the workshop in Richmond last month. All follow the same format – program over view by government, presentation by grant recipients, a grant workshop and one on one appts with an Analyst. Following […]...Read more

Province Hosts Gaming Grant Information Events

The Community Gaming Grants Branch is hosting half day information sessions in regions throughout the province. The first of these is in Richmond from 9-Noon on Friday January 27. At the Richmond City Centre Community Centre, 5900 Minoru Blvd #105, Multipurpose Room 4. Email cggoutreach@gov.bc.ca to register. There is no cost to attend....Read more

BCACG Responds to New Guidelines

Press Release – For Immediate Release  Easier to Navigate Gaming Grants Guidelines Abbotsford, BC December 9, 2016: Under the Ministry of Community Sport and Cultural Development, the Gaming Grant Guidelines have been amended to be more user-friendly and accessible. The main content has not been changed, they have been re-ordered and some things have been […]...Read more