Supporting Community Projects

The Prince George Community Foundation has helped citizens give back to their community since 1996.

Our semi-annual grants address critical issues and opportunities in six areas; Health, Art and Culture, Social Services, Environment, Education, Sports and Recreation. The Foundation also helps support community grants through the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George and other special grant programs for Prince George and across our region. 

Today our flexible grant dollars support projects in these priority areas, with the goal of creating significant, widespread impact. 


PGCF Semi-Annual Grant Cycle

PGCF Semi-Annual Grant Cycle

Apply for up to $10,000 through our Fall and Spring Grant Intakes. Funding provided in 6 key areas: Arts & Culture, Education, Environment, Health, Social Services and Sports & Recreation. 

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Fund for Gender Equality

Fund for Gender Equality

This fund supports ambitious, local projects that advance gender equality as Canadian communities work towards a just recovery.

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Investment Readiness Program

Investment Readiness Program

Helping social purpose organizations build their capacity to participate in Canada's growing social finance market. 

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Emergency Community Support Fund

Emergency Community Support Fund

To provide additional and much-needed assistance to charities and non-profit organizations serving vulnerable populations affected by the COVID-19 pandemic across Northern BC & the Cariboo .

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Emergency Response Fund

Emergency Response Fund

Emergency Response Funding for qualified donees in Prince George supporting recovery from catastrophic events. 

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Fraser-Fort George Endowment Grants

Fraser-Fort George Endowment Grants

Annual Regional District of Fraser-Fort George electoral area grants. 

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Canada Healthy Communities Initiative

Canada Healthy Communities Initiative

The Healthy Communities initiative is a $31 million investment from the Government of Canada to support communities as they create and adapt public spaces to respond to the realities of COVID-19. 

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