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  • findfundsblogger 3:44 pm on June 6, 2012 Permalink | Reply
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    RFP’s: Mental Health Commission of Canada 

    The Mental Health Commission of Canada strives to be a model workplace and a leader in the area of mental health promotion and wellness. In pursuit of these goals, the Commission gives preference to vendors that demonstrate commitment to and leadership in the area of workplace mental health and wellness. This includes organizations that have developed policies and strategies to promote a stigma-free environment, encourage a psychological healthy and safe workplace, and hire, support, and accommodate people with lived experience of a mental illness. If you are an organization that is committed to mental health and wellness, please ensure to include this in your application.

    Request for Proposals – Video Production Services (Note: Video treatment is due July 27th, 2012, other details and deadlines included in link)

    Request for Proposals – Mental Health First Aid Canada: First Nations Pilot Course Evaluation Deadline: June 8th, 2012, Max. value $35,000 plus expenses

    There it is, folks! Go get ’em!

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  • findfundsblogger 10:51 am on June 6, 2012 Permalink | Reply
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    Deadline Alert: $10,000 from BCRehab 

    Due June 7th, 2012 at noon!

    Hello Funds Fans:  This just discovered – sorry for the late notice!  Deadline: June 7th, 2012, Maximum Grant: $10,000 (3 available)

    The BC Rehab Foundation is a registered Canadian Charity supporting people with physical disabilities. BC Rehab is committed to closing the gaps between people with and without disabilities. They encourage and support universally designed places and activities that can be utilized by everyone, regardless of physical ability. They believe it’s ability not disability that counts.

    The BC Rehab Community Partnership Grant was created to improve community accessibility and increase opportunities for British Columbians living with a physical disability. Eligible projects are those that will create a lasting impact on community accessibility and benefit people with disabilities living in British Columbia. Ideally, the project will involve numerous community partners and will engage people with disabilities at all phases of program development. Their priority is to support non-profit and community-based organizations in their efforts to reach out to people with disabilities and enhance the inclusiveness of B.C. towns and cities.

    Read the Guidelines here.  Application forms are here.  (Note: The guideline book has a different deadline date but the website indicates June 7th, 2012)

    Remember, if you can’t make use of the information you probably know someone who can so share, share, share.

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