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Breakfast Clubs of Canada is a national not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing services and funding to school breakfast programs.
Breakfast for Learning (BFL) is committed to helping start and sustain child nutrition programs, ensuring that students are well nourished and ready to learn.
In partnership with the Local Government Management Association of BC, CivicInfo BC hosts and manages a searchable database of grant opportunities available to BC local governments.
Co-op Community Spaces funds projects that help protect, beautify and improve spaces across Western Canada and improve the places Canadians meet, play, learn and share. Funding categories include urban agriculture, environmental conservation and recreation.
The Epicure Foundation awards grants of up to $5,000 and in-kind donation packs valued at $250, $500 and $750 to community initiatives across Canada supporting food security.
Evergreen is one of Canada’s leading funders of community and school greening projects.
The Foundation’s current areas of focus and emerging initiatives include: Social Finance and Impact Investing, Sustainable Food Systems, Indigenous-Focused Philanthropy, Cities for People, and RECODE—catalyzing social innovation and entrepreneurship in higher education.
Metro Vancouver supports agriculture awareness by providing funding grants to non profit organizations to educate the public about local agriculture production.
Nutrition Link Services Society funds activities that support food security projects through nutrition education and food skill building for vulnerable British Columbia residents. Funds can be used to purchase equipment and for general operating expenses specified in the budget proposal, including salaries for staff.
Grants for registered non-profits and charities that support and sponsor food security projects through nutrition education and food skill building for vulnerable British Columbia residents.
The Healthy Communities Capacity Building Fund (The Fund) Round Three is for local governments in BC who are leading the way in creating the conditions that enable healthy people and healthy places – in partnership with regional health authorities and other key community stakeholders.
Fiskars Project Orange Thumb funds neighborhood beautification and community gardening.
The Foundation’s aims to transform land use attitudes and practices, thus contributing to resilient, healthy communities and natural environments.
There are over 100 United Ways Centraides across the country. Each United Ways Centraide raises money and allocates funds locally to support its community.
Vancity enviroFund grants support initiatives addressing local environmental issues in a positive, constructive and creative manner.
The Victoria Foundation grants in five key areas: Arts, Culture & Heritage, Community Services, Education, Environment, Health & Recreation.
The School Garden Grant program provides a $2,000 monetary grant to a primary or secondary school, or a nonprofit working in partnership with a primary or secondary school, to support a new or existing edible garden on school grounds.