Community Capacity Building Strategy

youth parade Capacity building engages people to make their community a healthier and more vibrant place. In part, it's about helping local champions gain skills so they have a complete toolbox for improving the community they call home.

Between 2007 and 2010, BCHLA’s Community Capacity Building Strategy (CCBS) worked with over 35 communities across the province.

Many of the projects supported through this initiative continue today because Community Capacity Building strengthens local assets.

To find out more about the capacity building projects that took place in communities and the lessons learned, please read: 

Click here to download the Summary for the Community Capacity Strategy Evaluation.
 

"Keep up the great work. The BCHLA is actually making a difference in BC. I can see the results already.” 

"Thank you for the opportunity to learn skills that will benefit my community!!” 

Resources

Strategies for Effective Proposal Writing
This manual will assist you in developing a coherent and fund-able proposal whether you are nervously writing your first grant proposal or are a seasoned pro.

Getting it Together: Collaboration Models for Community Groups
Getting It Together
Written by community organizations for community organizations, Getting It Together is a practical guide for nonprofits, funders, consultants, instructors, students and others on how community groups can: - work together to enhance their services - share resources and cost efficiencies - use collaborative technology.

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Work in Nonprofits' website  Click on "Find Suppliers" to get to the directory. There is no charge for consultants to register their services on this site.

BCHLA does not endorse or recommend specific suppliers.

SPROUT: Resources for Social Change Practical guides and tools for community development by SPARC BC:

Canadian Cancer Society BC & Yukon