For the ninth year, Alberta Blue Cross® is helping Albertans build safe, vibrant spaces for individuals, families, children and seniors to live actively in their communities.
Built Together is a program that offers $50,000 grants to fund infrastructure projects designed to foster active living. Grants are awarded to projects in one of each of the following areas: Edmonton, Calgary, a secondary city, a rural community and an Indigenous community. Since the program’s inception in 2013, Alberta Blue Cross® has funded a total of 38 projects across Alberta, including outdoor gyms, sports courts, a bike skills park, playgrounds, a skate park, an outdoor rink and more.
The 2022 Built Together program is now open to applicants!
Community leagues, school councils, municipalities and other non-profits across Alberta are now invited to apply for Built Together. The application process opens May 16, 2022 and closes at midnight on September 15, 2022.
Visit the Built Together website to apply today.
For inquiries about the program, contact BuiltTogether@ab.bluecross.ca.
Get to know the 2021 Built Together recipients
Last year, Alberta Blue Cross received 102 applications for a wide variety of initiatives from all regions and corners of the province. Originally planned to provide four grants, they were able to support a fifth deserving community project.
- Edmonton’s St. Anne Catholic Elementary School playground redevelopment
- Calgary’s Forest Lawn Community Association community meeting space and park
- Spruce Grove’s Prescott Learning Centre inclusive playground development
- Ryley’s school playground redevelopment
- Elizabeth Métis Settlement skate park
Read more about the numerous projects we’ve supported across the province, with a funding total of $1.85 million.