(Downtown Wallaceburg BIA, Facebook)

A number of community events and projects are being recommended for funding through the Municipality of Chatham-Kent’s Community Partnership Fund.

Council will vote on a number of recommendations on Monday night, June 24, which were endorsed by the Community Partnership Fund Review Committee.

A total of 14 applications under the Festivals and Events component are being recommended, totaling $61,799. An additional four events applications are being recommended to be funded, totaling $14,131, from the partnership fund reserve.

Here is a full list of the events receiving funding:

A total of 22 applications under the Community Projects component are being recommended, totaling $157,544. An additional three project applications, totaling $21,575, are being recommended as well from the partnership reserve.

Here is a full list of the projects being recommended for funding:

“The Community Partnership Fund (CPF) was established by Council in 2000,” a staff report indicates.

“It is a grant program which uses matching funding to promote community development projects within Chatham-Kent. The grant limit is $10,000 for
Community Projects and $5,000 for Festivals and Events.”

To view the full staff report, click here.