Past Grant Recipients

The Child Development Centre of Prince George and District Association


To start an orthotics loan library for families offering off-the-shelf orthotics that do not need to be custom fit. Orthotics help children with their coordination, pain reduction, foot alignment, balance, and posture.

Huble Homestead Heritage Society


To protect and preserve historic pieces of equipment and the agricultural history of our community.

Prince George Conservatory of Music


To provide musical education and workshops.

Theatre Northwest


To provide high quality, live theater experience for youth.

Prince Geroge Regional Art Gallery Association - Two Rivers Gallery


To introduce youth to carving, wood turning, metalsmithing and metal clay.

Scouts Canada


The Wood Badge II course offers in person training for scouters to develop the advance skills necessary to plan and run youth programs. The grant will cover the course registration fee for 15 scouters from Prince George.

Big Broters Big Sisters of Prince George


To provide technological literacy to children and youth.

Canadian Red Cross


To buy cleaning and disinfection equipment to accelerates the turnaround time for returned of essential medical equipment and increase the inventory availability for clients in immediate need.

Prince George Public Library


To digitilized the microfils of the Prince George Citizen and six earlier newspaper to provide digital and searchable access to all locally published newspaper from 1909 to the present day.

Prince George Montessory Education Society


To offer an intergenerational program to bring together seniors in care facilities or residence with children to share time, music, art & crafts, experiences, wisdom, values skills and positive social time.

Bel Canto Choir


To produce an original show in collaboration with The Fraser Lyric Opera and offer both, a choir concert and a theatrical experience.

The Arthritis Society – BC and Yukon Division


To offer workshops, information and practical skills that people living with arthritis can incorporate in their daily lives in order to maintain, and/or reclaim their self-sufficiency.

Prince George Council of Seniors


To encourage seniors to become more proactive about their own health and wellness, and to plan ahead before illness strikes or accidents occur using the Blue Bottle Project. With the Blue Bottle Project, seniors will be able to provide crucial medical information to emergency personnel and thus ensure more timely and effective medical care.

Prince George Activator Society


To offer a dedicated snow clearing service for persons with disabilities, seniors and Elders in our community.

Prince George Folkfest Society


To add a live music component to the Spring Arts Bazaar and Chili Cook-Off.

Canadian Paraplegic Association (BC) – Spinal Cord Injury (BC)


To provide a central online resource that showcases the accessible outdoor recreation opportunities.

The Prince George Symphony Orchestra


To buy a Digital Stage Piano and Keyboard Amplifier to improve access to sounds such as harp and harpsichord and enhance artistic outcomes.

Central British Columbia Railway and Forestry Museum


To create artistic signage for the Museum to enhance their presence in the community.

Canadian Cancer Society


To provide children of Prince George access to Camp Goodtimes. Camp Goodtimes is a summer recreation program that offers a safe, medically supervised camping experience for children with cancer, young survivors and their families.

Junior Achievement of British Columbia (JABC)


To provide workbooks and material to support the “Economics for Success” program. The program lays bare for students the heart of a successful economic life: choosing the right career and managing money properly.