CBT offers $2 million in grants

The Columbia Basin Trust (CBT) has over $2 million in grants available for projects.

  • Aug. 27, 2015 11:00 a.m.

Chelsea novak

Arrow Lakes News

The Columbia Basin Trust (CBT) has over $2 million in grants available for projects that help with social-well-being, the environment or youth aged 12 to 29.

The deadlines to apply are Monday, October 5 for social grants, Monday, October 19 for environment grants, and Monday, November 2 for youth grants.

“Every year we’re impressed with the quality and breadth of projects brought forward to us. Thank you to everyone who develops ideas to support our residents, communities and environment,” Lisa Kilpatrick, senior manager of delivery of benefits, said in a press release. “We look forward to seeing what results come from this fall’s intake.”

For more information visit cbt.org.

 

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