Community Grant Application

Community Association Support Grants

The Community Association Support Grant provides up to $500 dollars annually to assist in supporting the cost of neighborhood community associations' expenses.  

Associations may apply once per calendar year.
To apply for a Community Association Support Grant, please complete the online application. 

Small and Large-Scale Project and Event Matching Grants

The Town of Cochrane partners with not-for-profit organizations to assist in building a community of choice for present and future generations.

The purpose of the small and large-scale matching Project and Event Grants is to provide financial assistance towards projects, events or capital expenditures that enhance and enrich the community. Through the program, the Town of Cochrane particularly wishes to encourage initiatives from locally based, registered not-for-profit organizations that will impact a broad section of the community, promote a positive community spirit, and which are innovative in nature.

Other details:

  • Applications can be for up to 50% funding, to a maximum of $2,500 per project/event or capital expenditure for small-scale grants and a maximum of $15,000 for large-scale grants. 
  • The project/event or capital expenditure, or the phase of the project/event being applied for, must be completed or purchased within 12 months of funds being distributed.
  • New applications meeting criteria will be given equal consideration with repeat applications.

Applications will reopen January 2023. 

Final day for submission is May 1. 

For more information on this grant, please contact the Community Event Administrator at 

 Community Investment Grant Program Policy 

Approved Community Grants

2022 Large-Scale Project and Event Grants
2022 Small-Scale Project and Event Grants
2021 Small-Scale Project and Event Grants
2020 Community Grants
2019 Community Grants
2018 Community Grants
2017 Community Grants
2016 Community Grants
2015 Community Grants
2014 Community Grants
2013 Community Grants
2012 Community Grants