On Tuesday, April 5, Rob Gloor of the Alliance for Arts + Culture and David Sheach of the BC Association for Charitable Gaming will co-host an information session in Vancouver to update the community on the BC Government’s Community Gaming Grants Program.
Since changes were made to the staffing structure of the Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch (GPEB) in early 2015, the Gaming Grant program has completed one full annual cycle. What have we learned? And what do we expect with respect to the Gaming Grants program moving forward?
Register today for this free session to hear reports on recent meetings between the BCACG and GPEB, and discuss emerging topics including a survey of Gaming Grant recipients and a potential review of the official Gaming Grant Guidelines.
Please note - this is NOT a training session or a workshop on how to complete your Gaming Grant application. This an informational report and discussion on high level issues regarding the government’s management of the Gaming Grants Program.
Tuesday, April 5
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Alliance for Arts + Culture Boardroom
100-938 Howe Street, Vancouver
(Bring your own brown bag lunch)
Register to Attend
The information session is free, however RSVPs are required.
Click here to register.
Space is limited, so register early. If this session fills and we get a significant waiting list, we may move to a larger space or schedule another session.