Finding Funding in the North
Posted on 04/19/2021
Finding Funding in the NorthRDKS Economic Development is excited to host ‘Finding Funding in the North’—an interactive event teaching the basics on how to successfully identify and apply for funding in Northern B.C.

Join us on May 11, 2021 from 9 a.m. -12 p.m. for this brand new event.

Register Here

What you’ll learn:

- How to make grant funding work for your community group or business
- How to identify and track funding opportunities
- How to develop a project plan and budget (as well as templates for you to use later)
- What to expect when you’re applying
- How to make your application stand
- Tips, tricks, and resources

Who should attend:

- Non-profits
- Community Organizations
- Small businesses
- Societies and Associations
- Support Agencies
- Anyone who wants to learn more about available resources

Who you’ll hear from:

- Derek Baker (Northern Development Initiative Trust) on programs available to community groups and small businesses in the North
- Kaitlyn Joyce (Community Futures) on programs, services, and funding available to small businesses
- Erica Thomson (Grant Writer) on how to access grant writing services in the North
- Lisa Rosenberg (United Nations Association in Canada) on funding evaluation and how to make your application ‘approvable’
- Maggie Hall (Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine) on the fundamentals to preparing a successful application

This is an interactive event. Participants will receive workshop materials and a full agenda beforehand. You must register in advance. Register here.

We look forward to seeing you there!