CVCF Grant Recipients
Comox Valley Community Foundation (CVCF) grant recipients are required to recognize the support received from CVCF as per the granting agreement. Below are resources to support you in recognizing CVCF with our logo or through media. Please review the CVCF Style Guide for specific logo use instructions, and the Working with the Media and Social Media Toolkit if preparing media recognition.
- CVCF Logo – eps file
- CVCF logo – ai file
- CVCF logo – jpeg high resolution (printing)
- CVCF logo – jpeg low resolution (websites)
All grant recipients are required to submit a final report by November 15th each year in the year they received their grant. The report includes the submission of at least one quality photo (16 MB maximum). To assist you with preparing your final report, here is a copy of the final report form; however, we will only accept online final reports through the link below.
Charitable organizations and other non-profits of necessity must continuously search for funding partners to support their activities and services. In addition to the granting opportunities provided by the Comox Valley Community Foundation, here are other possible funders identified by the Victoria Foundation that may be a fit for your organization.
Imagine Canada maintains the Accreditation program for leading charities, focusing on five areas: Board Governance, Financial Accountability and Transparency, Fundraising, Staff Management and Volunteer Involvement. They also maintain Grant Connect, (formerly known as The Canadian Directory to Foundations & Corporations), Canada’s largest and most accurate bilingual fundraising database. Contains more than 3,100 foundation listings, more than 150 corporations and over 90,000 indexed grants.
Resources for Grant Writers
Volunteer and Staff Development Resources
The HRcouncil.ca, now maintained by Community Foundations of Canada, is another excellent website for non-profits to strengthen and support human resources management practices.
StepUp BC provides go-to resources, services, and a network of support for BC’s vital non-profit sector. They offer a comprehensive ‘one-stop shop’ for issues related to human resources and the sector’s unique labour-market challenges.