Nelson Lions look to disperse funds

The Lions Club of Nelson is once again accepting applications for its community grants.

The Lions Club of Nelson is once again accepting applications for its community grants. This is the fourth year the club has utilized funds from the Osprey Community Foundation to fund the club’s grant program.

Applications are accepted from the Lions Club of Nelson membership area which is approximately defined as the City of Nelson, North Shore, Harrop, Procter, Balfour, Taghum and Beasley.

Only those organizations that can issue an official donation receipt under the Federal Income Tax Act are qualified to apply for the Lions Club of Nelson community grants.

The club will accept applications for grants until November 9.

Application forms and detailed grant application guidelines are available by contacting the club at nelsonlions@hotmail.com or by visiting the club’s web site e-clubhouse.org/sites/nelsonbc.

 

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