Greenview is committed to supporting sustainable organizations and activities that positively impact the lives of residents within Greenview and beyond our borders.

Community Grants

Not-for-profit organizations and Registered Societies looking to strengthen/grow services within Greenview and the greater Region may apply for an operating and/or capital grant from Greenview once per year. Council assesses each application with a focus on the impact and social well-being based on the impact of the Greenview community.

Community Grant applications are accepted once annually on April 15.

Reporting Templates

Sponsorships & Donations

Not-for-Profit Organizations, Registered Societies and Annual Events may request funding once per calendar year directly tied to the operations of the event.

Greenview Sponsorship and Donation requests should be provided to Greenview no fewer than 60 days preceding the event.

Reporting Templates

Financial Assistance for Achievement Recognition Policy and Grant Application:

Financial Assistance for Achievement Recognition

The Municipal District of Greenview will financially assist non-profit organizations and school groups or individuals when they qualify to compete at provincial, national and/or international levels to recognize their significant achievement. Please view the policy and application for details and eligibility to apply.

Policy – Policy 7002 – Financial Assistance for Achievement Recognition

Achievement Recognition Grant Application

Green View FCSS Grants Program

*The deadline for accepting 2023 grant applications is now closed.  If you would like to apply for the 2024 grant application, please see the information below.

2024 grant applications will be received by the Green View FCSS Board between July 1 and August 31, 2023. To qualify for support under this program, the proposed project shall be preventive in nature in order to:

  • Enhance, strengthen and stabilize family and community life;
  • Improve the ability of persons to identify and act on their own social needs;
  • Help avert family or community social breakdown;
  • If early symptoms of a social breakdown appear; help prevent the development of a crisis that may require major intervention or rehabilitative measures; or
  • Promote, encourage and facilitate voluntarism and the use of volunteers.

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Provincial grant opportunities, supports and resources for non-profit companies, societies, and charitable organizations.

Federal grant opportunities-Culture, History and Sport

Community Foundation of Northwestern Alberta