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Community Grants Advisory

City Hall


The purpose of the Community Grants Advisory Committee is to make recommendations:

  • Relating to the setting of community grant policies in the City of Woodstock
  • Relating to grants being allocated by city council.

Community Grant Application

Community Grants applications are being accepted until 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 1, 2022. 

Grants are available to volunteer organizations that are non-profit or charitable. Non-profit organizations may also apply on behalf of individuals or teams as long as the intended use of the grant is for recreational endeavours and the individuals are under 18 years of age.

If you believe you are eligible for a community grant, complete an application and submit it to the clerk's department. Applications are accepted twice per year. The submission deadlines are March 1 and September 1 (or the Monday following if the date does not fall on a business day). Funding requests that are urgent in nature may be considered outside of the formal intake periods if approved by the chairperson and city staff.


  • Steven Collins
  • Laurie Fraser
  • Leonard Reeves
  • Carol Symons 
  • Sunayana Katikapalli (Staff Representative)
  • Councillor Connie Lauder (Council Representative)


Anyone wanting to attend the meeting as a delegation will need to complete the Delegation Request Form.

Typically committee meetings are held at Woodstock City Hall, Committee Room A (Main Floor), but under the current Covid-19 Pandemic meetings are being conducted virtually on Zoom.

The committee meets in the spring and fall following application deadlines and on an as needed bases. Please contact the staff representative listed at the bottom of this page or the Council representative to confirm dates and receive additional information.

View Minutes.

Raising issues

If you have an issue or concern, contact us.


Members of the committee remain on the committee for the duration of the current council term of office.

Applying for a Board or Committee Position

City of Woodstock residents can make a difference in the community by becoming a volunteer member of a Board or Committee.  Advisory Board and Committee members provide information to City Council, which contributes to the development of policies, programs and initiatives. Your expertise, enthusiasm and pride can make all the difference.

Current Opportunities

We are not currently recruiting for any Board or Committee positions;


We would like thank everyone for their interest in the City of Woodstock's Board and Committees.  Please note only successful candidates will notified.


Boards and Committees Application

Contact Us

© 2017 City of Woodstock P.O. Box 1539, 500 Dundas Street, Woodstock, ON N4S 0A7


Phone: 519-539-1291
Email: General Information

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