Community grants are a type of fund that is for non-profit organizations requiring financial assistance for programs run that improve the lives of Coquitlam residents.  These grants are more broadly set up to address a cause or concern in the community.

Applications open for these funds during our application window which opens December 15 each year and closes on February 15. Please visit our application page for full details.

Beverley’s fund helps individuals with blood disorders cope with barriers to treatment.  more

Carleigh Rae LeClair


Carleigh’s fund provides financial assistance for young people with diabetes. more

Community Diversity


This fund, started by Alexander Bell supports diversity groups that may be marginalized in the Tri-Cities. more

This fund was created by Coquitlam Centre to support children and youth services in the city.  read more

Coquitlam Public Library


A fund to further the library’s mission–to connect Coquitlam’s diverse community to creativity, discovery and knowledge. more

Coquitlam Search & Rescue


Funds to provide land and inland water search & rescue services and wilderness public safety education. more

This capital fund disburses the interest at the direction of the Board of Directors of the Dogwood Pavilion Seniors’ Society.  more

Evergreen Arts Education

Endowment Fund

Provides a secure source of ongoing funds in support of the existing and expanding programs of community education and presentation in the visual and performing art. more

Friends of Mundy Park


Fund designed to support projects and activities promoting or enhancing the conservation of the city park system’s crown jewel, Mundy Park. more



Setup by their daughter Diane, this fund is in memory of her parents, Helen and Jack. more

Johnson Legacy


Dr. Crosby Johnston, a founding member of the Foundation established this fund to benefit seniors in Coquitlam. more

Michael Coss Brain Injury Foundation, was started in order to assist children with brain injury.  more

New Earth Marketing


A fund helping organizations initiate new projects through the use of digital communication and technology. more

Noura Homes

community FUND

By Noura Homes and the Askarian family, the fund supports a number of charitable purposes in the Tri-Cities. more

A fund to support cat rescue, rehabilitation and placement for adoptive homes for cats .  more

Peter Legge Literacy


The fund is designed to provide enhanced educational and literacy opportunities for students. more

Shelagh Elaine Fulton

Memorial FUND

To relieve the suffering of persons affected by arthritis in the Tri-Cities area through the provision of financial assistance. more

Coquitlam Foundation

community Fund

This fund is aimed at promoting the well-being, primarily, of residents living in or near Coquitlam.  more

Della & Cam Grant


Grants that provide assistance to residents living in and around the Tri-Cities for various charitable purposes. more

James Gordon Stewart


A fund for Alzheimer’s and kidney disease as well as Tri-City students attending SFU. more

The Tri-Cities Community Foundations are setting up COVID-19 Response Funds to address community need.  more