$565,720.00 was granted in 2018 by the Brandon Area Community Foundation to a variety of community projects and organizations in Brandon and Southwestern Manitoba. Click here to view our grants.
is available online from May 1st, 2019 to September 30th, 2019
Deadline for submission 4:00 P.M. September 30th
Brandon Area Community Foundation
AGM 2018: Looking back on an eventful year
The Brandon Area Community Foundation’s Youth in Philanthropy Students awarded grants totaling $10,000 to 21 local charities at their annual “YIP” grants evening held at Crocus Plain High School on Tuesday, May 7th. For more information about Youth in Philanthropy, click here.
The Brandon Area Community Foundation was established by an Act of Incorporation in 1965 and is currently a member of the Community Foundations of Canada, the national network for community foundations in Canada. The Foundation invests the contributions it receives in a perpetual endowment fund and uses the income earned to make grants to a wide range of charitable groups–grants that benefit our local communities in Southwestern Manitoba.
Bringing people and causes together
Brandon Museum Inc. (Daly House Museum) has partnered with Brandon Area Community Foundation to established this permanently endowed Manitoba Heritage Trust Fund to support their work. Until March 31, 2021, the Province of Manitoba will stretch gifts to this fund....read more
100 Women Who Care is a group of women who share a common desire to give back and inspire local philanthropy in their community. Funds raised will go to support the Women’s Endowment Fund held at Brandon Area Community Foundation and supports CRA Charitable Organizations in our Westman Area. 100 Women Who Care recently awarded Westman Immigrant Services “Women Wellness Program” $2,150.00! This generous donation will help this wonderful program to continue doing wonderful work for our community. Congratulations!
Westman Immigrant Services “Women Wellness Program”
Westman Immigrant Services is a not-for-profit organization providing settlement, employment and language programs and services to immigrants in Brandon and the Westman area. In addition to being a service provider, we liaise with community groups and organizations to work towards building capacity in our community for improving services to immigrants and refugees. The Women Wellness Program provides support to women to adapt to their new country as a positive experience. With this generous donation from the 100 Women Who Care program, we will easily be able to continue Westman Immigrant Services “Women Wellness Program”.
With this generous donation from the 100 Women Who Care program, we will easily be able to continue doing what we love to do.