Scholarships and Bursaries.
The Williams Lake Community Forest is launching a new Community Granting program. This annual program is aimed at providing support and enhancements for neighbouring communities and residents of the two blocks that make up the Community Forest.
The WLCF Community Granting Program aims to disperse funds to help strengthen the rural communities across the defined local area of the Community Forest (see below for more details).
Who is Eligible for the Community Grants:
What is the Timeline for Grants?
What are the Granting Levels?
How to apply?
There are two levels of applications required. All applications to be sent to email@example.com or mailed to 233 Yorston Street, Williams Lake, BC. V2G 1G9.
Application Form-Click here- (Word document)
Application Form- Click here- (PDF)
Budget Template –Click here- (Excel Document)
Budget Template- Click here- (PDF)
or pick up paper application packages at 233 Yorston Street Williams Lake, BC (M-F 8am-5pm)
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