Helping you make good things happen, forever.

Since establishment in 1996, over $8,216,000 has been granted to charities and municipalities helping our local communities thrive.

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The Battle River Community Foundation was created by residents of municipalities in Camrose and Flagstaff Counties, including the city, towns, villages and rural areas, to serve as a conduit between the long-term charitable intentions of donors and existing or emerging needs in their communities.

The Foundation’s primary purpose is to accept donations, invest the donations and distribute the investment income according to the wishes of donors expressed at the time the donations are made.

Since its establishment in 1996, over $8,216,000 has been granted to charities and municipalities which are encouraged to consider the Foundation as a source of funding for projects and activities related to education, health and well-being, arts and culture, recreation and more.

Year End Donations:
If you are planning a donation and would like a 2022 tax receipt, the donation must either be postmarked or physically received by BRCF staff on or before December 31, 2022. Please call our office at 780-679-0449 should you have any questions.
December Hours:
Monday-Friday
December 1-23                 9:00 am – 12:00 pm, 1:00-5:00pm
December 26-27               Closed
December 28-30               9:00 am – 12:00 pm, 1:00-5:00pm

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BRCF Awards $1,050 to Camrose Neighbor Aid Center

The Battle River Community Foundation awarded a $1,050 grant to the Camrose Neighbor Aid Centre Inc. for the Camrose Food Bank. Battle River Community Foundation Director Ben Paulson presents the cheque to Jo-Anne Tweed, Program Director for Camrose Neighbor Aid...

BRCF Awards $4,550 to the Camrose Association for Community Living

The Battle River Community Foundation awarded a $4,550 grant to the Camrose Association for Community Living. Battle River Community Foundation Board Chairman Kevin Gurr presents the cheque to Robin Good, Chief Executive Officer for the Association. The grant is to...

BRCF Awards $3,550 to the Camrose Open Door Association

The Battle River Community Foundation recently awarded $3,550 in grants to the Camrose Open Door Association. Battle River Community Foundation Treasurer Neil Lunty presents the cheque to Morgan Shott, Regional Director of the Association. The grants are from income...

Paying Tribute to the Life and Legacy of Mr. Ken Drever

The Battle River Community Foundation is honoured to pay tribute to the life and legacy of Mr. Ken Drever, who passed away on August 29, 2022 at the age of 92 years. Ken was well known throughout east central Alberta, having been raised in the Hardisty area as well as...

BRCF Awards $2,500 to the Camrose & Area Animal Shelter Society

The Battle River Community Foundation awarded a $2,500 grant to the Camrose & Area Animal Shelter Society. Battle River Community Foundation Director Rob Hauser presents the cheque to Sherry Lafortune, President of the Society. The grant is from income earned by...

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