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    The Town of Westlock was humbled by and in awe of the generosity of Albert and Florence Miller. In life, they were incredible community members that served and supported many groups and organizations within our region. In their passing, they gifted our community with an unprecedented generous opportunity by naming the Town of Westlock in their estate. 

    In keeping with their spirit of philanthropy and vision of serving the community, we are honoured to share that the Westlock Community Foundation was established as a charitable non-profit organization dedicated to improving our community. 


    Town of Westlock Council formed a task force comprised of Council representatives and community members at large. The Task force’s mandate was to create the Foundation organization, including the necessary governance structure and the underlying principles and policies to ensure a sustainable organization that can positively impact the Westlock region many years into the future. With a focus on investing in building a strong and resilient community in unique and innovative ways, to link donors with specific community needs and managing long-term endowments to fund strategic granting decisions. 

    Our members contribute time, leadership, and financial support to local initiatives, helping donors give back where their communities need it most. 

    Community Services Recovery Fund

    Westlock Community Foundation is now accepting #CommunityServicesRecovery Fund applications. With this funding provided by @ESDC_GC, we will support a broad and diverse range of service organizations impacted by the pandemic so they can better support recovery in their communities. 

    If you are a non-profit, registered charity OR indigenous governance organization providing community services in areas such as:

    •  Arts and Culture                               
    • Housing
    • Education
    • Advocacy                                                          
    •  Social services                                                 
    • Environment 
    • Health
    • Volunteering
    • Faith-based
    • Sports and recreation

     You may be able to receive project funding.  Find out if your organization is eligible and how to apply: 

     From developing new communications plans to enhancing existing accounting systems, the #CommunityServicesRecovery Fund responds to the needs of service groups facing immediate and long-term impacts of the pandemic as they continue to support communities.