Valley Charitable Gaming Society in the Comox Valley

We are member of Community Charitable Gaming Associations (CCGA) and we support dozens of organizations in the Comox Valley.

Our organization's sole purpose is to assist not-for profits in the exchange of information, help address gaming grant and licensing issues as they arise in the community, and provide timely reminders of application and reporting deadlines to their member organizations. The association is established as non-profit society and is eligible to apply for gaming grant funding.

It is our hope that all groups will see the benefit of belonging to this Association. There is strength in numbers and we must continue to fight for our organizations and keep the pressure on the government in order to maintain and/or have our funding increased.

If you are aware of any group not currently a member wishing to join please have them contact us.

Gerrie Foster, President
Valley Charitable Gaming Society

Benefits of CVGA Membership

  • Community groups receive support with their applications for grants and licenses.
  • We represent community groups' interests related to community gaming grants and licensing.
  • We work with the Province to increase funding and expand the impact of gaming revenues on community services.
  • No membership fee.
  • Raise awareness of how Government is making securing funds more difficult and decreasing public transparency. Reduce the red tape

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Capital Project Grants will be back in 2019
Date not announced as yet but will keep you informed. Project Eligibility Viable capital projects that are primarily for community
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Current Guidelines for 2018 have now been published.

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VCGS

Our Community Charitable Gaming Association (CCGA) is here to assist not-for profits in the exchange of information, help address gaming grant and licensing issues as they arise in the community, and provide timely reminders of application and reporting deadlines to their member organizations. The association is established as non-profit society and is eligible to apply for gaming grant funding.

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charityNon-Profits we support in the Comox Valley
2500
Estimated Hours of Frustration Avoided
$
500000
Gaming Grants Granted to Comox Valley in 2017/18 Fiscal Year
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