Funding :) October and November 2015

money picHiya, Funds Fans!  This cat has fallen behind – again…  But for good reason #school #family.  Nevertheless, I have scoured my databanks to bring you a fabulous list of upcoming funds 🙂  As you will see, I am being proactive about the November deadline alert since my recent blogging history has proven that I don’t quite have it all together sometimes. #lifeofastudent

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Also please VOTE on October 19th and … “Do not share! Copy and paste!”  lol 🙂 #22Minutes

October 15th, 2015. $3,500 to $10,000. ArtStarts, Artists in the Classroom (AIC). AIC grants support projects in schools across BC that demonstrate artistic excellence, strong curricular connections, high levels of student engagement and an active partnership between an educator and a professional artist.

October 15th, 2015. Up to $5,000+. TD Friends of the Environment Foundation supports a wide range of environmental initiatives, with a primary focus on environmental education, urban greening and enhancing biodiversity, and energy conservation.

October 23rd, 2015. Up to $75,000. Vancouver Foundation Environment & Animal Welfare grants.

October 30th, 2015. Up to $10,000. Goodlife Kids Foundation. GoodLife Kids Foundation is only accepting requests for funding for inclusive physical activity programs for children with special needs.  In considering any request for funding we will use the following definition of disabilty to determine a suitable fit for the children participating in the program. “Disability refers to activity-limiting conditions that prevent full participation in intellectual, social, emotional, or physical functions or any combination thereof, observed in work, leisure, or daily tasks.” (WHO, 2001)

October 30th, 2015. Grants range from $2,500 – $5,000. PricewaterhouseCoopers Canada Foundation Leadership Grants Program provides funding for professional development opportunities for staff and volunteers who work at small- to medium-registered charitable organizations in Canada.

November 1st, 2015. Up to $25,000+ (estimate). Wildlife Habitat Canada. In recognition of the fact that the primary source of funding for the Grant Program is from the purchase of the Canadian Wildlife Habitat Conservation Stamp by waterfowl hunters, within the available budget, Wildlife Habitat Canada will primarily support: Projects that address priority activities under the North American Waterfowl Management Plan (NAWMP) including the human dimensions goal; Regional and local habitat projects of importance to other migratory game birds; Priority activities under the Newfoundland and Labrador Murre Conservation Fund.

November 1st, 2015. Up to $100,000. The EcoAction Community Funding Program provides financial support to community groups for projects that have measurable, positive impacts on the environment.  Funded projects promote the participation of local communities to address clean air, climate change, clean water, and nature to protect, rehabilitate or enhance the natural environment.  The program also supports projects that build the capacity of communities to increase knowledge and skills as well as changes attitudes and behaviours so that these activities may be sustained into the future.

November 6th, 2015. Up to $75,000 . Vancouver Foundation Health & Social Development grants.

November 6th, 2015. Grants range from $1,000 to $5,000.  BCRehab  is an organization working toward a British Columbia that is inclusive and accessible to all people.  They promote projects and initiatives that increase accessibility so that all people — regardless of their physical capabilities — can thrive, participate and contribute in their communities.  Through advocacy and fundraising efforts they are able to assist British Columbians who are living with a physical disability. Grants fulfill individual needs, such as personal mobility equipment, when individuals cannot afford to purchase such items on their own.

November 15th, 2015. Grants range up to $20,000. Canada Council for the Arts – Elder and Youth Legacy Program.  Through this program, Aboriginal arts organizations can help Elders pass on the many art forms being practiced to the next generation. The program will also increase the Canada Council’s capacity to serve Aboriginal Elders of this country, giving them opportunities to work with youth and pass on their legacy of artistic practice. Generally, projects should be designed as follows; the organization will choose the Elder who will work with their youth. That Elder will then help to decide the number of young people he or she will work with, and will help to select them. Strong applications will demonstrate a clear link between the Elders, participants, the artistic practice being shared, and the expenses to be covered by the grant.

November 15th, 2015. Grants from $500 to $1,000. The Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS) supports activities that promote the learning of mathematics among Canadian youth. In addition to hosting its own math competitions, the CMS offers math competition grants for activities at the elementary and secondary school levels.

November 15th, 2015. Up to $10,000. Nike N7 Fund for Canadian applicants must be a non-profit entity, primarily serving the Native American or Aboriginal community, have a sports, wellness, or physical activity focus, serve youth, high school age or younger. Applicants that demonstrate consistent or sustained community programming and impacts, rather than one-time events, will be given priority.

December 2nd, 2015. Up to $40,000 for 4 years. Canadian Women’s Foundation, Girls Fund. The Girls’ Fund grants are intended to support community programs or networks designed to increase protective factors in girls aged 9 to 13 – such as confidence, critical thinking skills, social connectedness, and overall resilience.

There it is, folks!  Go and get it 🙂  For help with your proposal, please contact a Professional Writer today!