Community Grant Program


The Community Grant Program provides funds for:


  • One-time projects and initiatives; or  
  • Operating expenses of organizations in their development stage once per fiscal year for up to three years (within the first five years); or 
  • Events that are primarily designed and delivered for the general public that attract visitors, significantly contribute to the local economy and promote volunteerism.

From 1999 to April 2016, the Town of Hinton has provide $1.15 million in funding to local non-profit organizations through either the Quality of Life or Community Grant programs.

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NEXT SUBMISSION DEADLINE  10:00 am October 3, 2016

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APRIL 1, 2016 INTAKE RESULTS
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OCTOBER 1, 2015 INTAKE RESULTS

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MAY 1, 2015 INTAKE RESULTS
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To be eligible applicants must be a community not-for-profit group registered under the Societies Act, Libraries Act or Agriculture Societies Act; School Board, Regional Health Authority, Social Service Sector, Regional Children’s Authority or identified affiliate; community First Nation/Metis organization/association, Religious Societies Land Act; or a non-registered group working through a registered sponsoring organization.   
  1. Eligibility
  2. Program Information
  3. Application Process

Each project or request must meet the following eligibility requirements:


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  • Funding request is at or between $1,000 - $20,000
  • Funds support eligible expenditures
  • Funding is approved on a matched-grant basis
  • Previous monies received from the Town of Hinton have met reporting requirements
All applicants are required to submit a final project  assessment and financial report on the funded program/project upon completion or within 12 months from project approval date.  Failure to submit may result in a disqualification / rejection for future applications.
For assistance completing the application please contact Hinton Connects, our local non profit resource team.