Envision Financial Community Endowment

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Expressions of Interest (EOIs) for 2024 granting are closed.

EOIs submitted now until December 1, 2024 will be considered for our 2025 grant cycle.

The Envision Financial Community Endowment provides grants through two funding streams:

Promoting Resilient and Resourceful Communities – grants up to $25,000

For the purposes of our grants, funding is primarily for programs/projects aimed at those who are affected by socio-economic factors such as poverty, crime, violence, abuse, unemployment, underemployment, single parents, hunger, homelessness, lack of education, mental health/addictions.

Funding will be available for a wide range of programs/projects supported through multiple charitable avenues to address the funding focus. Types of programs/projects which will be considered for funding include:

  • Counseling
  • Education/classes
  • Outreach services
  • Prevention programs

Capacity Building Grants - grants up to $10,000

This funding is intended to support internal learning needs that address the growth of your organization in areas of leadership, planning, teamwork, or organizational development.

Types of projects considered:

  • Leadership training
  • Volunteer training
  • Governance training and consulting
  • Strategic and organizational planning support
  • Internal workshops
  • Infrastructure support (e.g., office equipment)


Click here to see our 2024 Envision Financial Community Endowment grant recipients.

Applications will be considered using the following criteria

  • Preference is given to programs/projects benefiting the communities in which Envision Financial operates (Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Delta, Hope, Kitimat, Langley, Maple Ridge, Mission, and Surrey).
  • The requesting organization should be contributing toward some of the program/project costs or should be raising funds from other sources, as the Foundation’s role is one of partnership.
  • Proposals should be for specific programs or projects that clearly support the given focus area.
  • Programs/Projects should benefit many and offer equal access.
  • Funding is available to federally-registered charities and "qualified donees" as described by the CRA.


Application Process and Timeline

If you are interested in applying for a grant, please fill out our expression of interest form. If your project fits within our criteria, you will be invited to submit a full application for a grant closer to the application deadline. If your submission falls outside of the Foundation’s granting abilities, you will be contacted. We reach out to community partners on a quarterly schedule. 


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