Giving Back

Tumbler Ridge Community Forest is proud to reinvest a portion of the proceeds of timber sales back into our local community

Eligibility Criteria

Funding Requests

The board will consider grants under the following circumstances:

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Awarded in Grants
Supported Local Projects
Successful Applicants

Our Grant Recipients

Since 2014, Community Forest funding has helped support the Tumbler Ridge community with over $1 Million of grants to the following great causes:

High School Scholarships & Bursaries
Blunden's Yard Haunt
Canadian Junior Rangers
District of Tumbler Ridge
Fight Night Entertainment
TR Forever Young Society
Grad Class
Grizzly Valley Saddle Club
Ice Rink Advertising Fund
Lions Club
Margaret Wheeler
Murray River Aquatic Cumulative Effects Framework
Northeast Coal Conference
NLC Student Council
Northeast Climbing Association
Canadian Rangers
Royal Canadian Legion
Success by Six
TR Cares
TR Curling Club
TR Days Society
TR Food Bank
TR High School
TR Minor Hockey
TR Mountain Bike Club
TR Museum Foundation
TR Quad Club
TR Racers Go Cart Project
Tumbler Ridge Lines
TRSS Grad Class
Wolverine Nordic Mountain Society
TR Search & Rescue
Emperor's Challenge
TR Youth Soccer
TR Parent Advisory Council
TR Children's Centre Society
TR Community Garden & Composting Society
TR Figure Skating Club
TR Global Geopark Society
TR Health Centre Foundation
TR Sportsman Association
TR Public Library

Funding Request Form

To have your project or initiative considered for TRCF funding, please carefully read the application guidelines and have a PDF or Microsoft Word copy of your initiative budget ready to upload, then complete the form below:

Due to ongoing poor lumber market conditions, Tumbler Ridge Community Forest has not harvested timber since winter 2021. Without income from our forest harvesting activities, the approval of Grants or Community Support applications has unfortunately been put on hold until further notice.

Get Involved!

If you would like to know more about the Community Forest, there are lots of ways to get involved. Come out to our quarterly public meetings or the Annual General Meeting. Approach the management with your inquiries, or request information from one of the seven directors. Perhaps you have a business opportunity. We welcome all input.