New Applications POSTPONED
As a result of the provincial elections, please be advised that the scheduled program application intake for the Buy BC Partnership Program for the 2021-22 fiscal year has been postponed. Please sign up to IAF’s e-newsletter if you wish to be notified when further information is available.
Projects that have already received Buy BC Partnership Program funding for the 2020-21 fiscal year are STILL going ahead as planned.
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The Buy BC Partnership Program, delivered by IAF on behalf of the BC Ministry of Agriculture, has two components; a licensing component and a cost-shared funding component.
The Buy BC Partnership Program aims to achieve the following outcomes:
- Enable industry to undertake sector or product specific Buy BC marketing activities to increase local market share, product sales and consumer awareness;
- Ensure consumers can easily identify B.C. agri-food and seafood products at the point of sale;
- Build and maintain Buy BC brand recognition; and
- Build a greater awareness of, and demand for, local food and beverage products across the province.
The Steps to Funding
Buy BC Licensing
Determine your Eligibility
NEW! Program eligibility is now part of the online application form!To determine the eligibility of your organization for funding you will be asked to complete an online eligibility check as the first step to your online application form. Please note that this is a requirement for every applicant, regardless of whether you have previously completed a Part A application.
APPLICATIONS NOT CURRENTLY BEING ACCEPTED
Program Guide for Applicants
Program GuideFor more detailed information on the Buy B.C. Partnership Program, to include the program funding model, the eligibility criteria and how to apply, please refer to the program guide when it becomes available.
PROGRAM GUIDE NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE