The Community Services Recovery Fund (CSRF) is a one-time investment of $400 million to help Community Service Organizations (charities, non-profits, Indigenous governing bodies) adapt, modernize, and be better equipped to improve the efficacy, accessibility, and sustainability of the community services that they are providing through the pandemic recovery and beyond.
The following projects are being supported in Northern British Columbia:
- $100,000 to Fort St. John Women’s Resource Society for program redesign and enhanced services.
- $100,000 to Tluu Xaada Naay Society in Masset to carve a new path forward with skill development.
- $89,813 to Skeena Diversity Society in Terrace to encourage community diversity and food security.
- $27,450 to British Columbia Schizophrenia Society in Prince George for health and equality virtual access.
- $120,000 to Prince George Humane Society for better veterinary care access.
- $99,630 to Kiwanis Arts Centre Society in Dawson Creek for infant toddler daycare room expansion.
- $100,000 to Taku River Tlingit First Nation in Atlin to address the food crisis.
- $17,150 to Harbour Theatre Society in Prince Rupert for a digital media initiative.
- $85,120 to Smithers Multicultural Society to create a safe and cultural space for reconnection.
- $66,837 to Robson Valley Community Society in McBride for facility modernization and community programming.
These initiatives resonate with our dedication to improving the lives of individuals in Northern British Columbia. We believe in the positive long-term impacts that these projects will bring to our community.
For more information on how you can be a part of the work we do, contact us.