St. Albert Community Foundation (SACF) launches Round Two of the Emergency Community Support Fund

Thanks to a collaboration between the Government of Canada and Community Foundations of Canada; the St. Albert Community Foundation (SACF) is now accepting applications until 30 Oct for a second round of the Emergency Community Support Fund.

The St. Albert Community Foundation has been allocated an additional $50,000 of Emergency Community Support Funds to provide support for qualified donees working with populations made vulnerable by COVID19.

Starting October 5, 2020 find out if your organization is eligible and apply online at: Community Foundations of Canada Successful applicants and those declined from Round 1 are eligible to apply for Round 2, with some conditions.

Application deadline is October 31, 2020.

The Emergency Community Support Fund

St. Albert Community Foundation (SACF) launches its Annual Granting Program

The Foundation is starting its annual granting period and is looking for grant applications.

The Foundation supports worthwhile projects within St. Albert and surrounding areas. Funding is available to qualified charitable organizations providing services and programs in the following areas of the Foundation’s priorities:

  • Youth
  • Social Services
  • Mental Health
  • Education
  • Seniors
  • Arts and Culture
  • Environment

The Foundation seeks projects within the $500 to $3000 range. Funding is allocated on an annual basis, but multiyear funding maybe considered.

Applications must be completed online and a full accounting of how funds were spent is required.

Application deadline: October 31, 2020

Use our website to learn more about the Foundation’s past support of projects, to access the online funding application form and to contact the executive director.

Note: Only successful applicants will be notified.

St. Albert Humboldt Remembrance Awards

The Foundation working through local school boards is offering 12 scholarships for students at Paul Kane High School, Bellerose High School and St. Albert High School. Four annual scholarships will each awarded. Candidates must apply for the scholarships through their school counsellor. Click on the links below to learn more about the scholarships.

For a detailed PDF version of these awards click here.

Our Community

We're a community with many traditions. But one tradition that ties us together is a tradition of back to the community and giving to those who need our help.

The St. Albert Community Foundation reflects that tradition of giving.

The St. Albert Community Foundation is an organization founded in 1997 and was created and is managed by a group of St. Albert residents who believe in charity, philanthropy, and the importance of community. Visit our Blog to learn about upcoming events and news from the foundation.

St. Albert residents know full well the gift of community which St. Albert has bestowed upon them. Over the last 150 years, the City has enriched the professional and personal lives of hundreds of thousands of citizens. The St. Albert Community Foundation provides a flexible vehicle through which grateful citizens may repay the community and its future generations.

We hope that you will join us in this great philanthropic enterprise by starting your own family endowment fund or considering us as part of your long term planning for charitable giving. With your help, we can continue to assist local charities in ensuring a healthy community "for generations to come."

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  • The St. Albert Community Foundation is a registered Canadian charity.
    Charitable number: 86875 5646 RR0001