Funding Opportunities

Protected: Living Values, Leaving Legacies

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Lamphouse Legacy: Supporting Emerging Artists

Community Organizations / Funding Opportunities Mari Rosehill A community that values arts and artists is one of engagement, uniqueness and reflection. A place that supports emerging artists fosters accessibility, affordability and social cohesion – among many benefits. Canmore has long had a reputation for being ‘artsy’. Here, you’re as likely…

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New BCF Grant Application Portal

About BCF / Community Grants / Funding Opportunities In January 2024, Banff Canmore Foundation (BCF) launched a new portal to make it easier for organizations to apply for grants and other programs. This new tool will also support the work of the people who serve on BCF’s Grant Review Committee,…

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Community Services Recovery Fund Local Recipients Announced

When a fire broke out at the Lake Louise Charleston staff residence on July 3, 2023, more than 170 people lost almost all their belongings. For many, this was their first job away from home and the uncertainty hit them hard. The Bow Valley community stepped in quickly looking for ways to help. Within a day, the Banff Canmore Foundation activated its Bow Valley Emergency Fund (BVEF), a stand-by fund that’s designed for quick response of financial aid in the Bow Valley.

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Wills Week: What, Why, When and How

When a fire broke out at the Lake Louise Charleston staff residence on July 3, 2023, more than 170 people lost almost all their belongings. For many, this was their first job away from home and the uncertainty hit them hard. The Bow Valley community stepped in quickly looking for ways to help. Within a day, the Banff Canmore Foundation activated its Bow Valley Emergency Fund (BVEF), a stand-by fund that’s designed for quick response of financial aid in the Bow Valley.

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Canmore Library’s 2023 Endowment Campaign

In the thick of winter, our thoughts turn again to those struggling to find adequate shelter. Even if it’s sometimes challenging to witness homelessness in our Valley, we know it’s a reality. “Hidden homelessness” is a critical community issue in Canmore.

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Moving Mountains: What Have We Learned?

When a fire broke out at the Lake Louise Charleston staff residence on July 3, 2023, more than 170 people lost almost all their belongings. For many, this was their first job away from home and the uncertainty hit them hard. The Bow Valley community stepped in quickly looking for ways to help. Within a day, the Banff Canmore Foundation activated its Bow Valley Emergency Fund (BVEF), a stand-by fund that’s designed for quick response of financial aid in the Bow Valley.

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Community Grants 2023: 4 Takeaways with Intention and Impact

Subhead: Supporting projects that are Indigenous-led and/or advance the TRC’s Calls to Action in the Bow Valley. Make a contribution today – let’s do more and do better, tog

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Emergency Fund Supports Lake Louise Fire Victims

When a fire broke out at the Lake Louise Charleston staff residence on July 3, 2023, more than 170 people lost almost all their belongings. For many, this was their first job away from home and the uncertainty hit them hard. The Bow Valley community stepped in quickly looking for ways to help. Within a day, the Banff Canmore Foundation activated its Bow Valley Emergency Fund (BVEF), a stand-by fund that’s designed for quick response of financial aid in the Bow Valley.

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