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BC Community Climate Funding Guide

for Indigenous communities & local governments

An all-in-one guide of funding opportunities for climate action projects in your community.

You spoke, we listened

We have heard loud and clear that finding the right funding can be a challenge.

This guide was created to simplify your search for funding and to quickly connect you to the next opportunity to fund your community project. It’s a one-stop resource to find the best programs available to match projects that increase sustainable energy use and prepare for a changing climate.

Our goal and scope

To provide a comprehensive list of funding opportunities for Indigenous communities and local governments to reach their climate action goals. All programs listed in the guide are eligible for applications from Indigenous communities or local governments; programs for individuals and businesses are not listed.

Looking for a simpler way to find funding for your climate action project? Start here.

Discover which funds you might be eligible for, and find programs that can help get your project moving.

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News & Updates

  • BC Indigenous Clean Energy Initiative (BCICEI) Program Open and Accepting Applications until January 18, 2023
    The 2022/23 BC Indigenous Clean Energy Initiative (BCICEI), funded by New Relationship Trust (NRT), is now accepting applications. The BCICEI provides support and capacity-building funds to Indigenous communities working on the development of clean energy projects. BCICEI funding will enable the implementation of cost-effective clean energy and efficiency projects through support for: The initiative will…
  • First Nations Clean Energy Business Fund (FNCEBF) January 2023 Intake Deferred to April 2023
    The January 2023 intake of the First Nations Clean Energy Business Fund (FNCEBF) has been deferred until April 2023. The new deadline to submit applications is April 30, 2023.  Please reach out to FNCEBF.MIRR@gov.bc.ca with any questions or concerns. The FNCEBF promotes increased Indigenous community participation in the clean energy sector within their asserted traditional territories…

Upcoming Deadlines

Jan

27

Emergency Support Services

Emergency Mitigation, Preparedness, and Planning
31

Nechako-Kitamaat Development Fund (NKDF) Society – Funding Programs

Energy Efficiency (Housing, Buildings), Renewable Energy, Food Security, Active Transportation, Economic Development, Innovation
31

Marketing Initiatives Program

Economic Development

Feb

10

Community Places

Economic Development
10

Cultural Infrastructure

Economic Development
10

Economic Infrastructure

Economic Development
10

Recreation Infrastructure Program

Economic Development
17

Capital and Innovation Program

Economic Development, Innovation
24

Disaster Risk Reduction – Climate Adaptation

Mapping, Risk Assessments, Monitoring, Emergency Mitigation, Preparedness, and Planning
28

Green and Inclusive Community Buildings Program

Energy Efficiency (Housing, Buildings), Economic Development
28

Indigenous Forest Bioeconomy Program (IFBP)

Energy Efficiency (Housing, Buildings), Risk Assessments, Environmental Stewardship, Economic Development, Innovation, Waste Reduction and Circular Economy

Mar

01

Major Contributions Grant

Energy Efficiency (Housing, Buildings), Renewable Energy
31

Emergency Operations Centres and Training

Emergency Mitigation, Preparedness, and Planning
31

CleanBC Go Electric Commercial Vehicle Pilots (CVP) Program

Zero Emission Vehicles and Charging Stations

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