All Together – Spreading the Seeds of Community Innovation Seed Grant Program   

Complete applications
 must be submitted online no later than December 30, 2022.

Applicants will be notified of the results by email by February 28, 2023.

This online application form allows you to:

– View the full application before starting to be aware of all requirements
– Complete the application in stages, returning to it later (click ‘Save and Continue Later’ button at the bottom of the form)
– Email yourself a copy of the completed application for your records.

Once you click SUBMIT you will not be able to make any changes to your application.


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  • (no later than December 31, 2023)
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  • Project Information

  • Check ONE funding priority that this project most closely aligns with
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  • Please describe the problem or unmet need that will be addressed by your project
  • (long-term expectation of what should happen as a result of the project--the desired result. The Goal statement must specify the problem and the target population for the project)
  • (concrete SMART statements describing what the project is trying to achieve in order to meet the goal. SMART = Specific, Measurable, Attainable/Achievable, Realistic and Time-bound))
  • Provide a clear description of the project activities:
    1. - Identify how, when, and where the target population is engaged
    2. - Identify by whom the project activities will be delivered – i.e. staff, volunteers, consultants, health professionals
    3. - If this is a new project, explain how it meets needs highlighted by COVID-19
    4. - For an adapted project, explain how it has been adapted
  • List key partners involved in the implementation of the project, if any
    To add more than one partner, click on the plus (+) symbol on the right
    Partner NameRole in Project 
  • List the measures that you will use to evaluate the success of the project and the sources of data required to report on these measures.

    If you need assistance determining how to measure project success, please contact BCCPC for support prior to submitting your application

    Examples of evaluation measures for projects that will deliver Advance Care Planning sessions for the public:

    Measure ---> Data Source
    Number of ACP sessions offered ---> Schedule of ACP sessions
    Number of participants at each session ---> Attendance sheet
    % participants reporting increased knowledge of ACP ---> Post-session questionnaire
    % participants reporting satisfaction with the session ---> Post-session questionnaire

    MeasureData source 
  • Budget

    The total amount requested from BCCPC cannot exceed $5,000. Funds must only be used for the approved project. Grant funds MUST be used within ten months. Any unused funds may be recoverable by BCCPC.
  • Expenditures

  • Be sure to include staff time (planning, service delivery and admin support) allocated to this project.
  • Funding Sources

  • If the total expenditures exceed the amount requested from BCCPC, identify other sources of funding.
    Funding SourceAmount 
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