Did your Revelstoke CBT Community Initiatives project get funding?

Here is a list of Revelstoke projects that received CBT Community Initiatives funding in 2014 and the amount they received

IN BRIEF: Revelstoke CIty Council approved $337,079 in Columbia Basin Trust Community Initiatives funding for 2014 at their Mar. 25 meeting.

The CBT fund is locally administered and always receives keen interest from a broad range of community groups seeking funding for projects and ongoing programs.

This year, community groups applied  for $498,707 for 36 projects, and all but two received some funding. Most received somewhat less than they asked for.

Here is the list and some supporting budget and committee information:

 

2014 Revelstoke CBT Community Initiatives projects by AaPOrlando

 

 

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