NOW CLOSED! 2017 Port Coquitlam Community Foundation Granting Cycle Announced

2017 Port Coquitlam Community Foundation Granting Cycle Announced

Port Coquitlam Community Foundation now Accepting Grant Applications for 2017

Funding for Community Programs Benefiting the City of Port Coquitlam Port Coquitlam, BC
The Port Coquitlam Community Foundation (PCCF) announces granting application deadlines for 2017. The Port Coquitlam Community Foundation will be awarding thousands in grants through its signature PCCF Grant program in 2017. Each year, the Foundation selects charitable organizations undertaking projects focused on Health and Wellness, Arts and Culture and Sports and Recreation, Environment, Education and Social Services.
The Foundation focuses on projects that take an innovative approach to serving the citizens of Port Coquitlam. Last year $18,305.00 was awarded to six applicants making a positive impact in the community by supporting local in novative projects. Since 2014, we have funded 14 charitable organizations in Port Coquitlam with an investment of $45,630.00.

“PCCF is dedicated to strengthening our community and providing valuable resources and support to charitable organizations doing great work in our community.” says Michael Wright, PCCF Vice President and Chairman of the Granting Committee. Michael Wright, who served on council from 1978 – 2014, is the founding member of the Port Coquitlam Community Foundation.

Grant Application forms are now available on line an d will be accepted until midnight, March 1, 2017. Awards will be given out in June at the Foundation’s annual Gala Celebration. To apply, please visit our website at
To learn more about our Granting Program, and to read stories about our recipients, visit our website at

The Port Coquitlam Community Foundation, founded in 2011, provides avenues for channeling the benevolence of its citizens for the betterment of its community. Its annual grant program aligns philanthropic vision with community needs and supports innovative local projects.

For more information, please contact: Michael Wright at