While it is not prescribed that the Township of Spallumcheen fund charitable or non-profit organizations through taxation, the Council will consider applications for grants-in-aid, although organizations are generally expected to support their own programs through fund raising efforts rather than continued assistance from the Township.


Organizations shall maintain residency or an office located in either the City of Armstrong or the Township of Spallumcheen, and must directly serve or benefit these two communities. In order to be considered, applications must include complete details of the following information:


  1. Name of the organization, name and title of contact persons, address, and telephone numbers, including confirmation of non-profit or charitable status or society registration number.

  2. Brief history of the organization, its purpose, names of present Executive Members or Board of Directors.

  3. A copy of the organizations most recent audited or certified financial statements and current operating budget.

  4. Description of event or project for which the grant is requested, including a summary of the benefits that will accrue to the community should funding be approved.

  5. Details relative to efforts the organization has made to make it self-supporting.

  6. The amount of grant-in-aid.

Please refer to the Township of Spallumcheen Grants-in-Aid Policy No. 1850.001 for more information and complete application guidelines.


Deb Clipperton

Chief Financial Officer





Wednesday, 17 June 2020