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Prosperity Fund

Community Prosperity Fund

The Community Prosperity Fund is now CLOSED

The Community Prosperity Fund is a $25 million investment from the Government of B.C. that advances poverty reduction and social inclusion—announced on the inaugural B.C. Nonprofit Day.

The Community Prosperity Fund is part of the Government of B.C.’s commitment to supporting the non-profit sector and empowering communities to make local decisions through local community foundations. 


The 50+ community foundations participating in this fund will ensure that there is decision-making with local review committees. This means your application will be reviewed at a local level.

The Community Prosperity Fund gives you the space to complete your best work. You have up to three years for your activities, giving you space to implement the funding over time and in a way that works best for your organization. What if you only need one year? That’s also great. You know best what you need.

Eligible Organizations

Charities, non-profit organizations and Indigenous-serving organizations are encouraged to apply to the Community Prosperity Fund! See the Applicant Guide for clear definitions. The deadline for applications is June 24, 2024.

Non-qualified donees are eligible to apply for the Community Prosperity Fund. If you are a non-qualified donee, you may need to work with a sponsoring organization to apply. See the Applicant Guide for additional information.

We encourage interested applicants to review pages 8 through 11 of the Application Guide to understand the eligible activities and expenses funded through the Community Prosperity Fund.


Funding Operational Expenses and Project Delivery

This funding focuses on making a difference for people at the community level who are struggling during a time of global inflation. You know best what would benefit your community most, whether that’s supporting your organization’s operational expenses or supporting your project delivery.

Funding for operational expenses can contribute to your organization’s long-term resiliency. This includes investment in digital infrastructure, support for staff training, developing organizational strategies and policies, salaries, rent, and other organizational costs.

If you have any additional questions, please contact

The Community Prosperity Fund is now closed

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