Capital Project Grants
Each year a portion of the $140 million Community Gaming Grants program budget is allocated to capital projects undertaken by not-for-profit organizations that have a total cost of more than $20,000. The purpose of the sector is to enable the not-for-profit organizations to complete capital projects that provide significant benefit to communities.
The Capital Projects Sector is designed to support community-identified needs and priorities that will enhance the wellbeing of individuals in the community. Grants support inclusive and accessible projects that provide widespread benefit to a diverse range of community members.
Not-for-profit organizations providing programs or services of benefit to the broader community.
See Section 2.1 in the Sector Guide.
Viable capital projects that are primarily for community benefit and are accessible to the public will be considered in three categories:
Eligible projects must have a total cost of between $20,000 and $1,250,000.
See Section 2.2 in the Sector Guide.
Applicants must have matching funds.
See Section 2.3 in the Sector Guide.
The total requested grant amount must be between 20-50 per cent of the total estimated project cost.
The maximum grant amount is $250,000.
One application per organization per year.
One project per application.
Capital Project Grants are awarded on a one grant per project basis.
Successful applicants are ineligible to re-apply for additional funding for the same project in subsequent years.
Apply from June 1 to July 31, 2019
Applicants will be notified by the appropriate final notification date (see above).
The Community Gaming Grants Branch hosted a live webinar on April 25, 2019.
Additional information, documents, and forms related to the Capital Project Grants Sector are available in this section. Click below to see more information about these resources. Click "Expand All" if you want to see all of the information or if you want to print this page.
This document provides a step-by-step preview of what you will see during your online application for a Capital Project Grant. It includes application instructions as well as tips and suggestions for completing your application.
This document includes commonly asked questions about using the Gaming Online Service website to apply for a Capital Projects Grant and understanding the Sector Guide.
The documents below are examples of financial documents that you will be asked to provide during your online application. These types of documents are referenced in the pre-application checklists.
- Example: Organization Balance Sheet (PDF)
- Example: Organization Revenue and Expense Statement (PDF)
- Example: Organization Budget (PDF)
This document is the authoritative guide to eligibility, the application process, assessment criteria and the appropriate use of funds.
Capital Project Grants Presentation:
To inquire about Capital Project Sector Grant applications, please use the email and phone contact information below.