Columbia Basin Trust

Youth: Apply Now for Free Leadership Event

Youth aged 14 to 18 from around the Columbia Basin are invited to apply to attend the Leadership Summit in Kimberley on May 4 to 6, 2018 where they will strengthen their abilities, learn about themselves and their communities, and have fun!

Posted by Fix on Jan 17, 2018

100 New Child Care Spaces, Improvements To 41 Facilities

Children and families in the Columbia Basin will soon benefit from 100 new licensed child care spaces and new equipment and improvements in 41 facilities. This is thanks to over $1 million from Columbia Basin Trust’s new Child Care Capital Grants program.

Posted by Fix on Jan 14, 2018

16 Social Projects to Receive $1 Million

From young to old, people with diverse needs from around the Columbia Basin will benefit from 16 projects aimed at improving their social well-being.

Posted by Fix on Dec 22, 2017

Province Partners with Columbia Basin Trust for New Affordable Housing

People struggling to find an affordable place to live in the Columbia Basin region will have access to new affordable rental housing, thanks to a partnership announced today between the B.C. government and the Columbia Basin Trust.

Posted by Fix on Dec 18, 2017

Trust Expands Support for Arts, Culture and Heritage

Arts, culture and heritage are a valued part of the tapestry of the Columbia Basin region that enriches our communities and the lives of residents. Columbia Basin Trust is expanding its support for arts, culture and heritage with $11.6 million over three years.

Posted by Fix on Dec 10, 2017

Significant Boost for Basin Ecosystems

Ecosystems around the Columbia Basin will receive a major boost thanks to a new Ecosystem Enhancement Program announced by Columbia Basin Trust. The program will run for five years with a budget of $10 million.

Posted by Fix on Dec 06, 2017

Trust Strengthens Child Care in The Basin

The Columbia Basin Trust is launching a new $3.6-million program to help maintain and create new child care spaces in the Basin. There are 2,600 child care spaces in the Basin, yet there is demand for more spaces, more staff and more training for staff.

Posted by Fix on Sep 19, 2017
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