Westside Vancouver


Applications are open from March 7 – September 9, 2024, in the West Side of Vancouver.* Projects to be completed by October 31, 2024

*As long as funds are still available

You can apply for general NSG, Youth-NSG (ages 12-24) and Greenest City NSG grants in this community. The West Side Neighbourhood Grants Committee review grants approximately every three weeks.

The West Side Vancouver community boundaries are: from West of Granville, East of Blanca, Marine Drive to English Bay in Kits.

Note: if you apply in West Side Vancouver, you must live in West Side Vancouver and your project must take place in West Side Vancouver. If you have any questions please contact Faith Greer (Westside NSG Coordinator) at faithg@kitshouse.org

Your Community Coordinator

Faith Greer

Faith is the NSG Coordinator for the West Side of Vancouver and supports grant applicants and project leaders from the West Side neighbourhoods of Kitsilano, Point Grey, Dunbar, Arbutus Ridge, Kerrisdale and Shaughnessy. The general boundaries for Westside are west of Granville, east of Blanca, north of SW Marine Drive and south of NW Marine Drive.

Contact Faith if you have questions or feedback about the Neighbourhood Small Grants for the West Side and she will gladly help you out! Paper applications are also available — please get in touch with her to ask for one.

Available grants

Resources for getting involved with Neighbourhood Small Grants as a grant applicant, project leader or program partner.

  • Greenest City Grants

    Community projects that help advance climate and sustainability goals

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  • Youth NSG

    A program for youth (ages 12-24) living in Metro Vancouver communities.

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  • Indigenous NSG

    A grant stream open to Indigenous people living in Metro Vancouver interested in community building.

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  • NSG

    Grants of up to $500 for projects that deepen connection and create change in your community.

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Program partner

Your neighbourhood partner

Local partner organizations manage all aspects of the Neighbourhood Small Grants program. Partner organizations are where your community coordinators work. They also oversee the Neighbourhood Grants Committee, which is unique to each community that reviews your grant applications.

Kitsilano Neighbourhood House


Kitsilano Neighbourhood House (Kits House) is a volunteer-driven community service organization dedicated to assisting and empowering the residents of their community to improve the quality of their lives through our community programs and services. Their goal is to work together with residents, other community organizations, all levels of government and businesses to respond effectively and efficiently to the changing needs of their diverse community. To that end we operate a wide spectrum of programs and services. All activities are offered in a space that is warm, welcoming and accessible to all their neighbours.

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