Community Gaming Grants Workshops
The Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development is hosting a series of regional workshop events to provide opportunities for not-for-profit organizations across British Columbia to connect with the Community Gaming Grants Branch and to understand the information needed to submit a complete grant application in 2017.
There are no regional workshops currently scheduled. Please feel free to contact the Branch with any questions in the interim.
The workshop presentation (PDF, 2.7MB) can be used as a tool to assist not-for-profit organizations with their applications.
History of Events
March 16, 2017
Prince George, CSCD Roadshow Event #4 (Cariboo Region)
It was an honour to be up in Prince George for the March 16th workshop. Audience participation was great and many thoughtful and engaging questions were asked. Thank you to everyone who made it out. Special thanks go to Tracy Calogheros, Chief Executive Officer for the Exploration Place, and Shawn Bellamy, Chair of the BC Association for Charitable Gaming, for speaking at our opening panel.
March 2, 2017
Castlegar, CSCD Roadshow Event #3 (Kootenay Region)
Apologies to the great people of Castlegar, but due to poor weather our plane was unable to land after two failed landing attempts. Luckily for us, David Sheach, Executive Director of the British Columbia Association for Charitable Gaming, was willing and able to step up and deliver the workshop presentation. Thank you, David!
February 15, 2017
Nanaimo, CSCD Roadshow Event #2 (Vancouver Island/Coast Region)
It was a pleasure to present at the beautiful Nanaimo Port Theatre. This workshop saw our largest turnout yet – what a great audience! Special thanks to Grace Elliott Nielsen, Executive Director of the Tillicum Lelum Aboriginal Friendship Centre and Nancy King, Executive Director at the Comox Valley Therapeutic Riding Society for sharing their knowledge and expertise.
February 4, 2017
Chilliwack, BC Search and Rescue Conference
Thank you to the BC Search and Rescue Association for having us out to their annual conference!
January 27, 2017
Richmond, CSCD Roadshow Event #1 (Mainland/Southwest Region)
It was a pleasure to have MLA John Yap introduce our first CSCD Community Gaming Grants Roadshow 2017 event at the Richmond City Centre Community Centre. The huge turnout was great to see! Special thanks go to Shelley Hewins of the Burnaby Skating Club and Angela Clancy of the Family Support Institute for sharing their experiences with the program.
January 11, 2017
It was a pleasure meeting everyone in the Tri-Cities on Wednesday, January 11th! Thank you to everyone who made it out. We look forward to receiving your community gaming grant applications.