The Vive l’Acadie Community Fund supports cultural projects in the Acadian and francophone community. It is funded through the donations collected from the purchase and renewal of the Acadian flag licence plate. Motorists can show their pride in Nova Scotia’s Acadian heritage while also proudly supporting their culture. One hundred percent of the donations collected go back to the communities where they originated. Funds are distributed by Acadian Affairs to regional community organizations who submit projects for funding. Visit the Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations website to learn more about the Acadian flag licence plate.
The donations collected in the Vive l’Acadie Community Fund will be distributed to the following organizations:
- Association du Centre communautaire de la Rive-Sud (Bridgewater)
- Association francophone de la Vallée (Annapolis Valley)
- Conseil acadien de Par-en-Bas (Argyle)
- Centre communautaire Étoile de l'Acadie (Sydney)
- Centre communautaire francophone de Truro
- Conseil communautaire du Grand-Havre (HRM)
- La Picasse, Centre communautaire culturel (Isle Madame)
- Société Saint-Pierre (Chéticamp)
- Société acadienne de Clare
- Société acadienne Sainte-Croix (Pomquet)
For funding requests, please contact the organizations receiving the donations.