Registration Open For Community Gaming Grants Workshop in Richmond

Metro Vancouver not-for-profit organizations applying for gaming grants may be interested in attending a Community Gaming Grant Workshop for the Mainland/Southwest Region on January 27 at the City Centre Community Centre in Richmond.

The free workshop is hosted by the Ministry's Community Gaming Grants Branch and will familiarize potential applicants with the recently released Program Guidelines for 2017 as well as provide the opportunity to learn about preparing an application and to meet Community Gaming Grants Branch staff. 

Find a summary of the Auditor General's recent report and recommendations pertaining to its audit of the Community Gaming Grants program as well as the new Program Guidelines for 2017 here

See the Community Gaming Grants Branch's invitation to the workshop below:

Community Gaming Grants Workshop

The Community Gaming Grants program is one of the largest grant programs in the province. Each year, it distributes $135 million to approximately 5,000 not-for-profit organizations throughout BC. The program is offering an exciting education and networking opportunity for any not-for-profit organization interested in applying for a community gaming grant.

  • Become informed about the recently updated program guidelines.
  • Learn how to properly prepare and submit a grant application.
  • Hear from past grant recipients about their experiences with the program.
  • Meet face-to-face with Community Gaming Grants Branch staff.

Workshop Details:

When: January 27, 2017 (9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.)
Where: Richmond City Centre Community Centre
5900 Minoru Blvd #105, Multipurpose Room 4
Registration: Workshop is open to the public. To book a face-to-face meeting following the workshop, email: cggoutreach@gov.bc.ca.
Hosted by: Trevor Paul, Community Outreach Manager, Community Gaming Grants Branch, Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development

For more information, please visit: gov.bc.ca/gaminggrants.

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