Grant Seekers

The Drayton Valley Community Foundation has two grant intake cycles that take place Spring and Fall.

DVCF Grant Application


















To better serve our community and promote successful applicants the Drayton Valley Community Foundation strongly encourages community groups to submit a letter of inquiry prior to completing a grant application.

Drayton Valley Community Foundation Grant Management Policy 

Letter of Inquiry

The letter of inquiry should be no more than two pages, written on organization letterhead, signed by a member of the organization’s executive, and should include the following information:

  • A brief description of who the applicant organization is and what the applicant does
  • A brief description of the project
  • The budget for the project
  • The organization’s most recent financial statements
  • The dollar value of the request
  • The applicant’s website address, if one is available
  • A contact name, full street address, telephone number and e-mail address
  • Canada Revenue Agency charitable number or an umbrella organization
  • The applicant’s legal name.

Letters of inquiry are preferred to be sent via email or can be sent in the mail.  Form letters and mass mailings will NOT be regarded as letters of inquiry.

A selections committee will review letters of inquiry and decide whether or not to invite a full application.

If your organization is invited to submit a complete application, please refer to DVCF Grant Application 

Letters of Inquiry should be emailed to:
Subject: Letter of Inquiry


Mailed to:

Drayton Valley Community Foundation
Box 6836
Drayton Valley, Alberta
T7A 1S2