Foundation supports all parts of the charitable community. Grants and awards engage citizens in
building their communities and strengthening charitable organizations now and
into the future. Together with an extensive network of
passionate individuals, families, and agencies, the Calgary Foundation responds
to community needs and opportunities and advances vital community issuesthrough its grants
Other than Stepping Stones, one of our Grassroots Grants, which is able to
support other types of groups and organizations, eligible grant applicants are qualified donees as defined by the Income
Tax Act of Canada. Go to Canada Revenue Agency’s
to see what types of organizations are qualified donees.
Most of the grant programs above are available to
organizations operating in Calgary and area communities: Calgary, Banff National Park, Canmore, Rocky
View County, and the Municipal Districts of Big Horn, Foothills, Kananaskis,
Wheatland, and the surrounding First Nations. Refer to program
guidelines for more information about specific eligibility criteria.
Remember to recognize the Calgary Foundation for the initiatives that it
supports with grants. Download the Calgary Foundation’s Recognition Guidelines for more information.