Becoming a Community Partner

In 2022, the CSF created its first cultural projects directory with a selection of the proposals submitted by community partners from British Columbia and beyond.
Find out everything you need to know about community partners and how to become one on this page !

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Six thématiques, adaptées au besoins des élèves et des membres du personnel, se détachent de nos projets culturels, selon les 8 priorités du ministère de l’Éducation et des Services à la petite enfance :


  1. Diversité, inclusion et ouverture sur le monde 
  2. Environnement et Climat 
  3. Études Autochtones 
  4. Expression artistique 
  5. Sport et bien-être
  6. Thématique hybride

How does it work ?

The schools use the cultural directory, which is in the process of being republished for the 2022-2023 school year, to plan the activities and projects proposed by the CSF’s community partners in their classrooms.

To participate in the selection process and be listed in the cultural directory for the current year, it’s important to note the deadlines for submitting your proposal. At the beginning of the summer, a call for projects is emailed to community partners with all the information they need, including the various deadlines.

It’s important to note that at the end of the selection process, a list of the partners selected will be provided to the schools, but those partners’ projects will not necessarily be booked.

The multi-stage process ensures that selected organizations and projects are eligible.

Selection criteria :

  • The project is closely related to one of the five themes ;
  • The purpose of the partnership is to organize activities or projects for the benefit of our students with preparatory activities and/or investment activities ; 
  • The project supports the implementation of the CSF’s 2021-2026 Strategic Plan
  • The project is aimed at improving the essential skills of our students (interaction, collaboration, creative and reflective thinking, positive personal and cultural identities, self-awareness and personal responsibility, social responsibility) ; 
  • The missions and visions of the two parties are compatible ; 
  • The image conveyed by the project is favourable to the CSF and the partner organization ; 
  • The viability of the project, the clarity of the description provided and the feasibility of the proposed costs – particularly taking into account the different realities and sizes of CSF schools – will be carefully considered ; 
  • Where projects bring together multiple schools, either virtually or in person, this will be seen as an asset ; 
  • The qualifications and expertise of activity leaders or organizers are in line with the mission of the applicant organization, and have been verified by the organization before its proposal was submitted.

For more information on opportunities to partner with the CSF, please contact the public relations team at