42 projects receive over $800,000 from Columbia Basin Trust
People in the Columbia Basin will be better able to access community resources, build connections and overcome barriers through 42 projects that aim to improve quality of life and enhance social well-being in the region. The projects are being supported with over $800,000 from Columbia Basin Trust’s Social Grants program.
“Residents told us that improving social well-being in Basin communities continues to be a priority and is dependent on many factors, including having access to supports and resources, overcoming barriers like poverty, and feeling like you’re included in and belong in your community,” said Nicole MacLellan, Delivery of Benefits Manager with Columbia Basin Trust. “Each of these projects focuses on addressing social challenges to enhance the lives of people in the Basin.”
Furniture That Makes an Impact
Expanding Online Support for Seniors
Healing From Violence
Ispahke'nikun Neya'nan Ayiseni'wak (Uplift Our People)
The guidelines and deadlines for the next intake of Social Grants are posted on ourtrust.org/socialgrants. Find out the latest grant opportunities by signing up for the Trust’s e-newsletter at ourtrust.org/newsletter.