Organizations dedicated to public safety, like volunteer fire departments, search and rescue societies and community policing groups can apply for B.C. government community gaming grants until Aug. 31, 2013.
“We’re committed to ensuring B.C. is a province where families feel protected and safe,” said Suzanne Anton, attorney general and minister of justice. “Community gaming grants support activities that improve safety for all British Columbians.”
Eligibility for community gaming grants also includes agricultural fairs, local festivals and celebrations, heritage associations and museums, arts and culture, sports, environmental organizations, human and social services, public safety, parent advisory councils and district parent advisory councils.