Contributing to the empowerment
of women and the resiliency
of children in our community.
The Canadian Progress Club is a dynamic fellowship of charitable-minded Canadians who are passionate and committed to strengthening our communities through hands-on service and fundraising, to benefit those in need. In keeping with the CPC's mission, members of the CPC Greater Moncton Women club are encouraged to dedicate time to volunteer with our many non-profit and charitable partners.
IN THE PAST YEAR
HOW WE CHOOSE OUR CHARITIES
The Charitable Grant program provides financial support to non-profit organizations that help women and children in our community. Early in the year, the application window opens for new charities to apply to the program. Once the applications have been received, the committee will take time to review each submission and will present their recommendations to the CPC Greater Moncton Women Club as a whole for approval. The approved charities will become the following year's charitable grant recipients.
Application Window for 2021-2022 is now closed
Canadian Progress Club Greater Moncton Women raise funds for its Charitable Grant recipients through its many esteemed events.
The events include Girls Night Out, Plate & Barrel as well as other special events.
Children's Charity Classic
Thursday, July 22, 2021
Since 1994, has In support of Moncton Headstart, the Children’s Charity Golf Classic welcomes you to Royal Oaks Golf Course for a great day of golfing and fun while supporting your community!
FOR 2021 GRADUATES
The Greater Moncton Women’s Progress Club is pleased to offer a $500.00 bursary to a female individual, from the Greater Moncton Area, with financial need, who is actively pursuing an education and/or certification at an accredited institution for the up-coming academic year.
Applications are now closed.
Congrats to our 2021 recipient, Sarah MacPhee!
OUR PAST RECIPIENTS
HOW TO APPLY
STEP BY STEP
FOR 2021 GRADUATES
Complete the application form in its entirety.
Attach a copy of your most recent transcript.
Attach two (2) reference letters from a teacher, school administrator, guidance counselor, or community member who is not a relative.
Attach a copy of your acceptance letter for the upcoming year.
Send application to firstname.lastname@example.org
Canadian Progress Club Greater Moncton Women is pleased to offer a $500.00 bursary to a female individual with financial need, who is actively pursuing an education and/or certification at an accredited institution for the upcoming academic year.
A female student attending or planning to attend an accredited Post-Secondary Institution
A resident of the Greater Moncton Community
The application deadline has passed for 2021
The application window for 2022 will open in March
WAYS & MEANS
Our Ways & Means program continuously accepts applications for women and children in financial need in the Greater Moncton area. Our assistance is in the form of short-term to fill a gap or immediate need and is based on our club’s financial position at the time the application is made.
HOW TO APPLY
Click the button below to download the application form.
Send completed application and documentation to email@example.com
Allow up to 30 days from receipt for the Ways n Means Committee to complete the review of your application.
The applicant will be notified of approval or denial. Upon approval, the funds will be distributed and delivered per the decision outline and you will need to sign a form indicating your receipt of funding. If the application is denied, notification will be sent directly to the applicant.
Incomplete applications may be returned. We reserve the right to request additional information to make a final decision.
The information provided by the applicant will be considered confidential to the fullest extent possible and only shared with those people with a need to know including the members of the Ways n Means Committee and other members of the Greater Moncton Women’s Progress Club as deemed necessary by the committee.