Shell community grants for local non-profits

The application process is open for the Shell Canada NEBC community grant program.

Northeast BC non-profits are welcome to apply for the funding, which will see successful applicants receive $5,000.

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Organizations not eligible for a grant include: individuals or individual pursuits, for-profit businesses, sports teams, sports tournaments, homeowners’ associations, fraternal or labour organizations, political organizations, and religious organizations for the sole benefit of the organization.

Funding may be used for one-time projects that benefit the community and are sustainable after the conclusion of the grant. Funding cannot be used for operating expenses, dues or memberships, trips, tours, travel expenses, conferences, advertising, giveaways or prizes, third-party fundraising events, individual scholarships, lobbying expenses or personal computers.

A panel of community members from Northeast BC will select the successful applicants.

The application deadline is April 30, and those successful will be contacted within 30 days.

An application form can be found online at https://www.shell.ca/en_ca/about-us/projects-and-sites/groundbirch/nebc-community-grant-program.html. To learn more, contact Jennifer Prochera, External Relations Advisor, at jennifer.prochera@shell.com or 250-794-3429.

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