More people in the Columbia Basin will have better access to nutritious food and healthy meals as ten food recovery projects move forward to reduce food waste and help families meet their basic needs. These projects are receiving over $440,000 from Columbia Basin Trust.
Seventeen projects across the Columbia Basin will help address social isolation, increase meaningful connections and reduce barriers to accessing services with over $522,000 from Columbia Basin Trust.
From a new gymnasium to a new gas station, several recent developments are positively impacting the ʔaq̓am community. The latest is a new Health and Wellness Centre, which will house health practitioners and activities, plus serve as the heart of the community and provide new wellness programs. The centre is being built with $140,000 in support from Columbia Basin Trust.
The Trust released two Expressions of Interest (EOI) today seeking community projects to address social isolation and increase food recovery. There is $300,000 available for each EOI. Successful proponents will develop, implement and evaluate proposed projects and share learnings with […]
The Trust’s Child Care Capital Grants support 42 child care centres Families in the Columbia Basin will soon have new and improved child care options. Columbia Basin Trust is providing $546,780 to 42 child care centres to upgrade equipment and […]
Columbia Basin Trust commits nearly $965,000 to 17 projects that address social issues Seventeen projects that aim to improve the lives of Columbia Basin residents by addressing social issues will soon be making a positive difference with nearly $965,000 in […]
In 2017, the Trust launched the Child Care Support Program to help maintain and create child care spaces in the Basin. In the first year, the program distributed $1.2 million to support the creation of 116 new child care spaces, […]