The grant award process begins with submission of a grant application. This application will define the scope and guidelines of the proposed project. When a grant application is received, you will receive an electronic acknowledgment of receipt.

An electronic submission of the grant application must arrive at the Prince George Community Foundation Office by the deadline date (or the closest working day after the deadline date if it falls on a weekend or holiday). Applications received after these deadlines will be processed with the next cycle.


The Grant Committee will carefully review applications and make award recommendations to the Foundation’s Board of Directors. The Board of Directors makes final decisions on grant awards. Applicants will be notified as soon as possible.

The Foundation requires a final written final report when approved projects are complete.  The final report must be submitted within 6 months following project completion.

Project completion must be a maximum of 18 months following notification of approval.

The applicant must publicly acknowledge the support received from the Prince George Community Foundation in any marketing of their project.

The Prince George Community Foundation appreciates the opportunity to consider all proposals. The Foundation receives a large number of requests, and we regretfully have to decline many commendable proposals. A declination in no way indicates a negative assessment of your organization or proposal and we truly hope that your endeavors are successful. It merely speaks to the overwhelming needs of our community and our desire to respond to them in a balanced and equitable manner.