Wld Legacy Fund

 

About the Fund

The World's Largest Dinosaur (WLD) Legacy Fund was established in reinvest revenues generated by the WLD attraction and gift shop back into our community to enhance and enrich community economic development initiatives in the Drumheller region.

Each month 15% of admission revenues, and 15% of gift shop sales are directed to the WLD Legacy Fund.

A complete listing of the projects we have sponsored to date are on the right hand side.  We continue to reinvest a large portion of the WLD revenues back each and every year!

 


 

Funding Requests

Application for funding (less that $3,000) are accepted semi-annually, with deadlines of March 1 and Sept 1. 

 

Large Scale Project Funding

Application for large scale projects are considered by the DDCC board of directors on a per case basis.  Funding on this scale must fit within our mandate for funding.  For further information on larger scale funding projects, please contact our Executive Director - Heather Bitz at 403-823-8100 or via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Application Package:

See the application package below for more information or contact the Drumheller & District Chamber of Commerce at 403-823-8100, or via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

FUNDING REQUEST - APPLICATION PACKAGE

 

 

 

List of Recipients
Recipient Amount  Year
Atlas Coal Mine $12,000 2005
East Coulee School Museum $2,000 2005
Kaleidoscope Theatre $1,000 2005
Rosebud Theatre $10,000 2005
Drumheller Soccer Association $8,000 2006
Ag Society $7,000 2006
Homestead Museum $10,000 2006
Atlas Coal Mine $50,000 2008
Badlands Animation $50,000 2009
Library $4,000 2009
Communities in Bloom $2,000 2009
Canadian Badlands Artists Assoc. $2,000 2009
Salvation Army $2,000 2009
Rosebud Theatre $25,000 2010/2011
Homestead Museum $3,000 2010
Badlands Community Facility $250,000 2010-2015
Badlands Community Gardens $2,000 2010
Drumheller Humane Society $2,000 2010
Kaleidoscope Theatre $2,000 2010
Drumheller Humane Society $2,000 2010
East Coulee School Museum $2,000 2010
Wayne Community Association $2,000 2010
DASE - Skateboard Park $25,000 2012
Drumheller Legion $3,000 2011
Drumheller Minor Soccer Assoc. $2,950 2011
Junior Achievement SA $3,000 2011
Drumheller Library $1,150 2011
Rowley Community Assoc (1976) $2,250 2011
Pioneer Trail Society $3,000 2012
Rowley Community Assoc (1976) $2,000 2012
1st Drumheller Scouts $500 2012
Homestead Museum $2,000 2012
Nacmine Community Association $2,669 2012
Drumheller Community Football $1,700 2012
Badlands Search & Rescue $2,987 2012
Drumheller Minor Soccer $3,000 2013
Pioneer Trail Society $695 2013
Rosebud Chamber Music Festival $2,500 2013
Atlas Coal Mine $3,000 2013
Badlands Search & Rescue $2,970 2013
Valley Bus Society $3,000 2013
East Coulee School Museum $5,000 2014
Rowley Community Association $3,000 2014
Drumheller Stampede & Ag Society $1,365 2014
Drumheller Off Road Vehicle Association $3,000 2014
Wayne Community Association $1,500 2014
Travel Drumheller $2,500 2014
Atlas Coal Mine $10,000 2015
Drumheller Festival Society $25,000 2015
Can Badlands Artist Association $3,000 2015
Drumheller & Dist Rural Crime Watch $1,915 2015
Drumheller Society for Recovery $3,000 2015
Pioneer Trail Society $3,000 2015
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 22 $3,000 2016
Drumheller Minor Soccer Association $3,000 2016
Munson Community Association $3,000 2016
Midlandvale Community Association $3,000 2016
Drumheller Off Road Vehicle Association $2,106.00 2017
1St Drumheller Scouts $400.00 2017
Wayne Community Association $3000.00 2017
East Coulee School Museum $8750.00 2017
Dinosaur Valley Heritage Society $3000.00 2017
Canadian Badlands Aquatic Society $3000.00 2017
Drumheller Minor Baseball $3000.00 2017
Drumheller Pioneer Trail Society $3000.00 2017
TOTAL DISPERSED
$617,907.00