Funds to Support
Our caring community has created 65 funds. Search all funds or click on a category below to find a fund you’d like to support. You can also call us and we’ll connect you to a fund that aligns with your hopes and dreams for the community.
Our Communtiy Fund allows us to provide grants in areas that may not be a match to other funds. No matter which fund you choose, or if you wish to start your own fund, we are Here for Good.
- Community Fund
- Health & Wellness
- Inclusive Community
- Income Gap
- Kids & Youth
- Older Adults & Aging
- Recreation & Tourism
- Safety & Security
- Scholarships & Bursaries
If taking care of the entire community is your vision, the Community Fund(s) are for you and supports the community’s greatest needs.
Provides the book Goodnight Moon, free, to every child born at the Selkirk Regional Health Centre. The fund is in memory of Eleanor Johnson.
Supports a graduating student who is interested in a business career, in salesmanship or as an entrepreneur.
Leaves a legacy to fulfill these local (dissolved) service clubs moto “Serving the Communities Greatest Needs”.
Shows Rob’s passion and how proud he was of the community he called home – for his entire life.
This caring couple wanted to help a wide variety of community organizations, by creating the fund with a life insurance policy.
These community leaders have chosen the Community Fund, so many different groups from various community sectors can be supported.
Displays the family’s deep connection to community that will help many different charities within the area.
Supports repairs and maintenance at St. Peter Dynevor Old Stone Church in the Anglican Parish of St. Peter Dynevor.
Helps organizations and programs that focus on children’s community-based recreation.
Helps children-based charities connected with sports, books or ones health.
In support of Nova House Women’s Shelter client who has committed to a violence free lifestyle and is furthering their education for the betterment of themself and their family.
Created a fund to annually contribute to the St. Amant Centre.
Awarded to a former student of the Happy Thought School (East Selkirk).
Supports developing local arts programs in various forms such as painting, sculpture, music, literature or dance.
Awarded to a student who may be pursuing post secondary education in the trade sector
Provided to a student who intends to continue their studies, making them employable in the broader welding industry.
Multiple awards, both bursaries and scholarships, will be given to students who have demonstrated care for others through involvement in the school and/or the greater community.
Established for youth and children’s programs which may support equipment purchases, program delivery, construction or renovation projects.
This two-year bursary is awarded to a deserving student, whose intent is to pursue further education in either accounting or pharmacy.
To support a student who intends to continue their studies in social sciences; political science or related to active democratic citizenship.
Supports social housing, operated by not-for profit organizations such as group homes, homeless shelters, nursing homes, low-income housing and/or housing co-ops
Assists Inclusion Selkirk in fulfilling its mission of building an inclusive community.
Supports general operations, collection management and capital projects, at the Gaynor Family Regional Library
Provides supports to local children’s programs, inspired by Kirstin’s love for children and her moto ‘Let the world be better for you’.
A bursary awarded to a student who is a practicing member of a Catholic Parish Community within the Lord Selkirk School Division
Provides assistance to the Gaynor Family Regional Library and the Marine Museum of Manitoba (Selkirk).
Contributes to the cemetery fund at the St. George’s Wakefield Anglican Church.
Supports general operations, collections management and capital projects at the Gaynor Family Regional Library
Supports environmental issues that are defined as problems with the planet’s natural ecological systems resulting from human interference or activities.
Helps local organizations deliver services or undertake works that seek to improve the social, economic, environmental or cultural conditions in their community.
Will support a number of students, with various scholarships and bursaries, for future post secondary academic learning.
Contributes to programming, operations or major projects delivered by the Museum.
A scholarship or bursary will be awarded to a student who has chosen to focus on the medical science field and is intending to continue their studies at the post-secondary level.
Assists with restoration or repairs at designated Anglican churches in the Selkirk area or to promote healthy lifestyles and community wellness through support of the community facilities.
Helps community organizations that support programs and projects that encourages and provides opportunities for one’s physical, mental and spiritual well-being.
A scholarship that is awarded to a student who is intending to continue their studies at the post-secondary level in Commerce.
Supports inter-library loan services and costs, and/or adds to book collections at the Gaynor Family Regional Library.
Provides assistance to community and/or school-based programs that will enhance or develop a music program or may involve a local High School bursary.
Supports marginalized people with food security through the Our Daily Bread Soup Kitchen.
Provides support towards equipment or resources that will be help local palliative patients and their families, in the final stages of life.
A legacy in honour of Parker’s love for family, being on the water, hunting, fishing and the community supporting environmental issues and may be directed to a scholarship award.
To support community organizations that deliver programs or projects impacting the well-being of others, in areas such as health and wellness, recreation, aging adults and any type of animal/wildlife welfare or rescue.
Supports health education programs, which is defined as any learning experience designed to help individuals or communities improve their health by increasing their knowledge or by influencing their attitudes.
A student will be selected for this scholarship, who intends to continue their studies at the post-secondary level in an education program to pursue teaching career.
Provides funding towards building maintenance or facility upgrades of existing and future community recreation facilities operating in the R.M. of St Andrews.
Benefits charities and community organizations operating and delivering programs in the R.M. of St. Clements.
Supports the Foundation’s daily operations and administration
Supports charitable organizations and programs with a social justice focus that may be directed to a bursary award.
An award in recognition of past SDCF Chairpersons and presented to a deserving graduate who has been involved in community service and will be pursuing post-secondary education.
The first designated fund created at the SDCF, which supports the Selkirk Regional Health Centre.
Helps support accessible transit options for all citizens in Selkirk.
Created to provide funding to support a future municipal museum (City of Selkirk) or a Selkirk Virtual Museum and may grant to the Marine Museum of Manitoba.
Ensures that the City of Selkirk’s parks continue to offer the natural spaces, trails, equipment and other amenities for all citizens and visitors to enjoy.
Assists in maintaining Selkirk’s many recreation facilities, that will help with replacement costs for equipment, upgrades to dressing rooms and upgrades for accessibility.
These two bursaries are awarded to two students, who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated care for others through involvement in the school and/or the greater community.
Supports KidSport Manitoba (East), so all kids can play.
Multiple awards will be presented to deserving student that must be a resident of the City of Selkirk while participating in hockey programs within the Lord Selkirk Minor Hockey Association.
Sharon was described as a “force”, with a heart of gold, who connected with all of those around her. This award will support a student pursuing a career in teaching at a facility of education perferably within the Province of…
Awarded to a student who is intending to continue their studies at the post-secondary level in an aviation or aeronautics program.
Helps deliver the mission of the church, located on Hwy. 9, north of Clandeboye.
Provides local classrooms and students with learning and cultural opportunities, through travel.
Supports multiple bursaries and scholarships where the students have demonstrated care for others through involvement in the school and/or the greater community.
Provides opportunities for the promotion, development and enhancement of leadership of sport within the four host communities of the 2003 Western Canada Summer Games: Selkirk, Beausejour, Stonewall and the R.M of Gimli, or within the Lord Selkirk School Division.
The Lord Selkirk Regional Comprehensive Secondary School receives support, to recognize the Youth in Philanthropy Advisory Committee and Program (now dissolved).