Is your organization interested in applying to the BC Community Gaming Grants program?
The Northern Interior Communities Association (NICA) will once again be delivering a series of grant writing workshops in the Cariboo region next week. These workshops are
geared towards organizations applying to the BC Community Gaming Grant program. Attendees will learn how to write and submit a successful application to the program which funds arts and culture, sports, public safety, environment, and social programs.
Workshops are being held between Wednesday, October 19th and Friday, October 21st in the communities of 100 Mile House (Wednesday, October 19th), Williams Lake (Thursday, October 20th), and Quensel (Friday, October 21st).
Each workshop will follow the same format, with a presentation on the B.C. Gaming Grant programs, including instructions on how to write a successful funding application to these programs from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Following this, 30-minute one-on-one consultation sessions with the coordinator will be available from 1:00 p.m. onwards. Sessions will be offered on a first come, first served basis.
These workshops are being offered free-of-charge for the benefit of community non-profit societies and charities, though participation is welcomed by any and all community members.
100 Mile House: District of 100 Mile House Office – Council Chambers, 385 Birch Ave
Williams Lake: Community Futures Cariboo Chilcotin Office, 266 Oliver Street
Quesnel: Community Futures North Cariboo Office, 335A Vaughan Street
For further information on these workshops, please contact Curtis Mayes, NICA Coordinator by phone: 250-562-2553 or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org