CCRD announces 2014 Grant in Aid funding

CCRD announces 2014 Grant in Aid funding for local organizations

The Central Coast Regional District (CCRD) Board of Directors are pleased to announce another successful round of the 2014 Grant-In Aid Funding.  Thirteen applications were received, valued at more than $30,500.

The Board was impressed with the applications and the worthy causes they represent, from across the region.  With a total grant funding available of $15,000 this made the Board’s decision all the more difficult.

Successful Recipients include: BC Central Coast Archives,Bella Coola Active Communities, PHLAG, Bella Coola Museum Bella Coola Valley Arts Council, Bella Coola Valley Learning Society, Bella Coola Valley Literacy NOW, Bella Coola Valley Ridge Riders Horse Club, Bella Coola Valley Tourism Association, Bella Coola Volunteer Firefighters’ Society, Bella Coola Music Festival and the, Norwegian Heritage Society.

The CCRD wish to thank all the applicants for their applications and we would encourage those who were not successful to apply again into the future.  To the successful recipients, congratulations and you are wished every success in your endeavours during 2014.

 

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