The Calgary Foundation Grants


Community Grant

Supports initiatives that respond to emerging community issues and evolving priorities.

Applicants must contact The Calgary Foundation one month prior to closing date. Closing dates: February 15, September 10.


Canada 150 Grant

Offered to both registered charities and non-charities that encourage participation in community activities, inspire a deeper understanding of the people and places that make up Canada, and build healthy and vibrant communities that engage people from multiple backgrounds.

Deadline is September 1, 2016. 


Neighbourhood Grant

Supports resident-led projects that help create and strengthen neighbourliness.

Closing dates: May 2nd and June 13, 2016.


Stepping Stones Grant

Encourages active citizenship by helping residents undertake small creative projects that benefit their local community.

Applications must be received by midnight on the 1st of each month.


Michael Gee Scholarship Fund Award

Award is based on athletic (hockey) and academic performance. Scholarship funds are available when entering post-secondary education.

Closing date is April 16 each year.


Organization Transformation Grant

Assists organizations that are in a period of transition towards long-term sustainability.

Open application.


Daryl K. Seaman Canadian Hockey Fund

Supports amateur ice hockey in Canada, registered amateur athletic associations, and other general charitable purposes determined by the Board.

Closing date is November 12 each year.


Tara Sloan Memorial Scholarship

Offered to senior national competitive swimmers (non-carded), attending a university in Alberta.

Closing date is November 30 each year.


The Kyle Block Scholarship

The scholarship was established to assist worthy recipients in pursuing post-secondary studies while being active in sports, music, fine arts or social issues.

Closing date is June 1 each year.


Grassroots Grants

The Soul of the City Neighbour grants are for people who dream of doing something great for their community.


Evans Hunt