The following is a list of grant databases which contain information about grant funding opportunities available to municipal governments, non-profit organizations, and First Nations groups. The grant databases are updated continuously, and new grants are generally added as soon as application details are made public.
Lists only grants available to B.C. local governments, and it does not include grant opportunities for other community-based groups.
If you are a member of a non-profit society looking for funding assistance for a particular project or program, the Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako can offer support.
Grants are a rich resource for funding. Use this grant search tool to connect with a wide range of funding opportunities. You can narrow the search by grant description, name, subject area or the application deadline.
List funding available specifically for Aboriginal peoples in Canada.
Free listing of Canadian nonprofits and charities that give grants.
Lists Canadian foundations and grants.
Lists members of PFC, an association of Canadian grant making foundations.
Houses over 200 funds; focused on the environment, social justice, and increasing the impact of Canada’s leading charities and non-profits.
Sells databases on book & CD, lists grants and assistance programs from the federal and provincial governments and private sources.
Canada’s largest & most accurate bilingual fundraising database, with over 3,100 foundations, 150 corporations, and 90,000 indexed grants.
Community foundations are funds established to support charitable organizations within a specified geographic area or community.
Serves Houston, Telkwa, Smithers and New Hazelton.
Serves the Thompson, Nicola and South Cariboo regions.
Serves the city of Prince George.
Serves Prince Rupert and the Skeena-Queen Charlotte Regional District.
Serves Quesnel and the north Cariboo region.
Serves all of B.C.
BCIT is now offering two online courses in fundraising: FUND1215 Essentials of Fundraising ($415) and FUND2316 Grant and Proposal Writing ($260, requires that you take FUND1215 first).
Technical advice on charity operation and a database of registered charities.
Provides rural communities and regions with the information, tools and services needed to adapt to change and take advantage of unused potential.
News, trends, tips and analysis of developments in fundraising and nonprofit management.
An award-winning co-operative information service that facilitates the free and open exchange of B.C. local government information.
Dedicated to community-driven economic development within the following service areas:
Largest collection of online nonprofit resources in Canada.
Provides an introductory workshop, grant stream and coaching to qualifying groups.
Provides free online workshops/training on topics related to social enterprise development.
Comprehensive online resources and tools to help integrate the power of the internet into your charity’s strategic planning.
Association of volunteer centres, organizations and individuals working together to strengthen the growth and development of voluntary action in B.C.