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2018 Spring Meeting

The Butler Family Foundation board will be meeting at the end of May 2018 to determine it's spring grants. 

October 2014 Grants Awarded

The Butler Family Foundation Board of Directors met on October 27 and 10 grants were awarded: Boys and Girls Big Brothers Big Sisters of Edmonton and Area Eat Smart in Clubs, Kidsport Kids in Sport, Kids in the Hall Life Management Workshops, Health for Two Crockpots for families, Walk in Counselling Society of Edmonton Pay it Forward Fund, Alberta Recreation and Parks Association Prescription to Get Active, YMCA of Northern Alberta Family Allies Program, Basically Babies Laundry Equipment, YWCA Girlspace Programming, and Norwood Child and Family Resource Centre "Steps to Success" Tool Development. 

 

Thanks bcgbigs!

http://bgcbigs.ca/friends-and-projects/butler-family-foundation/

Spring 2019 Grants Awarded

July 10th, 2019

The Butler Family Foundation's spring grants were determined at the end of May: Adaptabilities- $10,000 toward Mobile Sensory Kits; Women in Need Growing Stronger (WINGS)- $15,000.00 toward the Rocky Forest Daycare and Out of School Care; $8000.00 toward Collaborative Slow Cooker Project, $8000.00; Boyle Street/C5 $10,000.00 toward the UBUNTU project; Sustainable Food Edmonton- $7000.00 toward Little Green Thumbs; Youth Empowerment and Support Services (YESS)-  $12000.00 toward Trauma Support Team; McDougall House $8000.00 toward capital upgrade; ABC Headstart $10,000.00 toward Family Circle Programs; Stollery Hospital Foundation- $12,000.00 toward Stollery Superstar Program; Inclusion Alberta $5000.00; Edmonton Mennonite Centre for Newcomers $2500.00 toward South Sudanese Youth of Canada 2019 Conference; Kids on Track $2500.00 toward  The Homebuilder's Program. 

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