Available Tri Us Event Sponsorship Spruce Grove Offers!

Monday, August 19, 2019

Every year there is a Tri Us Event Sponsorship Spruce Grove offers to local non-profit groups and organizations who are hosting events. These events are often regional, provincial, national, or international. To be eligible for this sponsorship program the events must provably benefit the community. Each group can apply to the program for two events maximum each year. There are three levels of funding available: National, Provincial, and Regional. The National level provides assistance for up to $750 and must represent more than one province. The Provincial level provides assistance for up to $500 and must represent one or more Alberta community. Lastly, the Regional level provides assistance for up to $250 and must represent communities within the Edmonton Metropolitan Region. To learn more about Tri Us Event Sponsorship Spruce Grove offer visit our website. 

 

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