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Curling Assistance Program

Curl BC members can apply for grants through the Canadian Curling Association’s Curling Assistance Program. The fund targets projects designed to grow the sport at the community level or to assist capital projects.

2013/14 Program Closed Until Further Notice
Please be advised that the Curling Assistance Program (CAP) is currently closed and applications are not being accepted at this time. The CCA Board of Governors have decided to assess the timelines of both the application process and the program payouts in the spring of 2014. At that time, further details of the Curling Assistance Program and the application process will be available.

Please check back at the CCA website for up-to-date information or contact Penny Bartel at pbartel@curlbc.ca if you would like to know more about other sources of funding.

2013 BC Recipients

100 Mile House Curling Club: $2,500 for new house rings and lounge renos
Barriere Curling Club: $6,000 for kitchen upgrades
Campbell River Curling Club: $14,000 for new siding and a new chiller
Oliver Curling Club: $15,000 for upgrading to geothermal
Peace Arch Curling Centre: $4,000 for a marketing campaign

2012 BC Recipients

Chilliwack: $20,000 for inserted curling stones
Kamloops: $6,000 for arena heaters
Princeton: $4,100 for advertising & new program development

2011 BC Recipients

Glen Meadows Curling Association: $6,200
Nanaimo Curling Centre: $12,000
Nelson Curling Club: $5,000
Powell River Curling Club: $6,000

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