Community Grants

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UTown@UBC Community of Caring Grants Recipients

May 19, 2020

We are very excited to announce these new projects supported by funding from the UTown@UBC Community of Caring Grants program. Read on to learn about these upcoming community building programs. Applications are open on a rolling basis until further notice – apply here. ART WITHOUT BORDERS...

March 18, 2020

UTown @UBC Community Grants Recipients Spring 2020

We are very excited to announce thirteen new projects supported by funding from the UTown@UBC Community Grants program. Read on to learn about these upcoming community building programs.  Coast Salish Two-Spirit Honouring Ceremony - $1000 The Two-Spirit Collective creates a...

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November 07, 2019

UTown @UBC Community Grants Recipients Fall 2019

We are excited to announce the recipients of UTown@UBC Community Grants Spring Cycle! Our diverse volunteer grants selection committee made up of residents, faculty, students and staff members chose 14 projects for funding this cycle. We look forward to seeing the variety of ways these projects...

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April 08, 2019

Spring 2019 Community Grant Projects

We are very excited to announce sixteen new projects supported by funding from the UTown@UBC Community Grants program. This year, we are proud to fund three projects that are organized by, and/or in partnership with members from the Musqueam community. Read on to learn about these upcoming...

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May 11, 2018

UTown@UBC Community Grants Recipients Spring 2018

We are excited to announce the recipients of UTown@UBC Community Grants Spring Cycle! Our diverse volunteer grants selection committee, made up of residents, faculty, students and staff members, chose 16 projects for funding this cycle. We look forward to seeing these projects enliven our community...

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March 22, 2018

Cooking with the Power of Plants

In the spirit of National Nutrition Month, we decided to visit the Plant Power cooking class, one of our recent UTown@UBC Community Grant projects, to unleash our inner cooking superhero. We learned how to create delicious and nutrient packed plant-based snacks, treats, and entrees that can really...

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December 13, 2017

Don't Miss these Fall 2017 UTown@UBC Community Grant Projects

The UTown@UBC Grant Selection Committee is excited to announce the winners of our most recent Community Grants. Thank you to all those who applied during this cycle! Congratulations to the community members who were awarded up to a total of $1000 for their individual projects....

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April 04, 2017

Get Involved with these UTown @ UBC Community Animation Grant Projects

We are very pleased to announce the second round of projects funded by the UTown @ UBC Community Animation Grants. Projects span from initiatives by UBC students, staff, faculty and members of the Musqueam community.  BioBuddies Bugs, plants, fungi and seaweeds are just some of the...

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March 29, 2017

13 Spring Community Grant Projects

This year, we received a record number of applications for the Spring UTown@UBC Grants cycle. The grant selection committee is pleased to announce projects that have been awarded funds from the UTown@UBC Spring Grant cycle.   UBC Bike Rave More than a hundred cycling enthusiasts...

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November 28, 2016

UTown Community Animation Grants Fall 2016

The UTown@UBC Grant Selection Committee is excited to announce the winners of our newest set of grants, Community Animation Grants made possible by support from the Vancouver Foundation Neighbourhood Small Grants Program.  Thank you to all those who applied for our Community Animation...

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November 28, 2016

Fall 2016 UTown Community Grants

The UTown@UBC Community Grant Selection Committee is pleased to announce the projects that have been awarded Fall 2016 grants! We are excited to award a total of $7,900 to ten unique projects, from an intergenerational music class, to a Mental Health Symposium and more! Thank you to...

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