Neighbourhood Small Grants

Applications for 2024 TBD

This program runs annually in the Spring. Dates may change slightly each year.

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Residents of any age, experience, or background can get involved building community and making their neighbourhood a better place to live.

Do you have a great idea to strengthen connections in your community? Neighbourhood Small Grants (NSG) provides grants up to $500 for people to lead projects in their neighbourhood. Examples projects include multicultural events, block parties, community gardens, festival, skill sharing workshops and much more!

Anyone from the Kootenay Boundary area including Bridesville, Carmi, Westbridge, Beaverdell, Christian Valley, Rock Creek, Kettle Valley, Midway, Greenwood, Grand Forks, and Christina Lake are eligible to apply and we encourage people of all ages, especially youth to get involved.

Applications for 2024 TBD.

Information Session: DATE TO BE DETERMINED register by emailing

Ideas that Connect Neighbours


Neighbourhood Small Grants is a grant stream created to support small-scale community projects in neighbourhoods and communities throughout the Kootenay Boundary. Neighbourhood Small Grants recognize that any individual can offer their ideas, skills, experiences and contacts to create projects that:

  • build community strength and resillience
  • foster community creativity and well being, and
  • alleviate social isolation

Grants of up to $500 are available. A grant is money you receive to help bring your project to life. You must apply for the grant, but you do not need to pay the money back.

Resources and Links

Questions on how to apply? Connect with the Regional Coordinator at

To apply for a Neighbourhood Small Grant, click here.

Read past Project Stories and get inspired, click here.

Stay up to date with News and Announcements from the NSG program blog.

Foundation Partners

Neighborhood Small Grants is a provincial program that partners with communities throughout British Columbia. Funding for Neighbourhood small grants is provided by a co-funding partnership with the Phoenix Foundation of the Boundary Communities and the Vancouver Foundation.