WHO CAN APPLY?
Funding is available to regions, clubs, branches, and affiliates who are members in good standing of HCBC.
Each Club or branch may only submit one application per year.
Clubs, branches or affiliates should be members for at least 12 months prior to applying, however applications from new groups may be considered.
WHEN TO APPLY?
Applications for funding must be received in our office by April 15. Late submissions will not be considered. Submission deadline is April 15, 2022
HOW TO APPLY?
Fill out the application and send it, along with supporting documents to the finance department of HCBC via email ([email protected]), fax (604-856-4302), or mail (27336 Fraser Hwy, Aldergrove , B.C., V4W 3N5)
The group must show via the budget sheet that they have contributed financially to the project and participants are charged reasonable registration fees for applicable events. Applications must be accompanied by supporting documents such as quotes for equipment purchase or facility upgrades, budget for events, and letters of support from property owners for facility upgrades. Long term lease or use agreements must be in place.
A FULL description of the project is required on the application, including an explanation of who will benefit and the anticipated results of the project and a detailed budget with quotes to substantiate expenses.
Grants are intended only for those projects unable to operate on a cost recovery basis.
WHERE TO APPLY?
Submit by e-mail or send the completed to: Horse Council BC Finance Dept. 27336 Fraser Hwy Aldergrove, BC V4W 3N5 [email protected]
Please check back in January 2023
WHAT TYPES OF PROJECTS QUALIFY?
The grant is open to all types of projects including provincial championships*, national or FEI competitions, equipment purchase, facility upgrades, or special events.
*The only competitions that will be considered for Core Grants are championships of provincial level or higher or FEI levels.
WHAT TYPES OF PROJECTS DO NOT QUALIFY?
Core grants are not open to “trail” projects. These projects should apply for a HCBC BC Equestrian Trail Grant.
Clinics and other educational events will not be considered for Core funding as they are eligible for Participation, Education and Region grants.
2020 CORE GRANT RECIPIENTS
|BCHBC West Kootenay Chapter
||Mountain Trail Pond
|Campbell Valley Equestrian Society
||Show Jumping Area Footing Improvement
|Kamloops Therapeutic Riding Association
|Kelowna Riding Club
|Northern Saddle Club
||Main arena Repairs
|Prince George Horse Society
||Indoor Arena Revitalization
|Southlands Riding Club
||Synthetic Footing Arena Groomer Upgrade
|Vimy Western Riding Club