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  • findfundsblogger 11:24 am on February 16, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Deadline Alert: Western Diversification Proposals due Feb. 19th 

    Deadline Alert!HOLD THE PHONE, Funds Fans!!  How I missed this one in the February list is beyond me…

    The Western Diversification Program (WDP) is one of the programs through which Western Economic Diversification Canada (WD) makes strategic investments in initiatives that enhance and strengthen the economy of Western Canada.

    The WDP Call for Proposals (CFP) process is now open. Deadline: Thursday, February 19th, 2015 @ 1:00 p.m. pacific time/2:00 p.m. mountain time/3:00 p.m. central time.  Grants range from $50,000+ (estimate)

    Funding is provided to not-for-profit organizations such as:

    • Industry associations, economic development organizations, cultural organizations, and societies;
    • Post-secondary institutions;
    • Co-operatives;
    • Hospitals and regional health care centers;
    • First Nations as represented by their Chief and Council, Tribal Councils and Aboriginal-led not-for-profit associations and organizations;
    • Municipal Governments and organizations created by them;
    • Federal Crown Corporations (Treasury Board Secretariat will be consulted prior to any funding decisions for Federal Crown Corporations); and,
    • Provincial Government Departments, agencies and Crown Corporations (although eligible within the WDP Terms and Conditions, WD would require an Order in Council to contract with these organizations. As such, any projects would be considered on an exceptional basis).

    Applications received under the WDP-CFP process must directly support one (or more) of the following WD Strategic Priorities:

    • Innovation
    • Skills Development and Training
    • Trade and Investment
    • Building Capacity for Defence Procurement Opportunities; and,
    • Economic Growth Acceleration Opportunities for Aboriginal Peoples (First Nations, Inuit and Métis)

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  • findfundsblogger 8:52 am on January 14, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    NOW OPEN: NDIT Grant Writing Support program 

    NDIT logoHey Funds Fans!  It’s been a cornucopia of funds lately 🙂  Check this out if you are located in central or northern B.C. and need a grant writer.

    The Northern Development Initiative Trust Grant Writing Support program provides up to $8,000 in rebate funding each year to support the employment of a locally based grant writer. The funding is provided to local governments and First Nations bands in the Trust’s service region in central and northern B.C.  Deadline: January 31st, 2015.

    Eligible grant writers must prepare funding applications to agencies, foundations and government programs, and must be under the direct supervision of a local or band government employee or designate.

    Eligible organizations:

    • Municipalities
    • Regional districts
    • First Nations

    There it is, folks.  Go and get it!  Don’t forget to check out the Deadline Alerts for January for other great funds!

     
  • findfundsblogger 11:35 am on January 10, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Deadline Alert: $10,000 to $40,000 for violence prevention in B.C. 

    Deadline Alert!Funds Fans, this is an important fund for violence prevention in B.C.  The deadline is in four days!  Dust off those proposals and get them in there!!

    NOW OPEN: B.C. Ministry of Justice Grants from Civil Forfeiture Proceeds.  Applications for one-time grant funding are now available.  Deadline: January 14, 2015.  Grants range from $10,000 – $40,000.

    School-based Prevention Programsup to $20,000 (per school) is now available to fund school-based prevention programs that address healthy and respectful relationships. Priority will be given to initiatives that raise awareness of the root causes and impacts of violence, as well as shifting attitudes and behaviours to prevent violence against women.

    Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Human Trafficking of Vulnerable Girls and Women – up to $20,000 (per project) is now available to prevent the sexual exploitation and/or human trafficking of vulnerable girls and women that are most at-risk.

    Innovative Partnerships for Responding to Violence Against Women – up to $30,000 (per project) is now available to fund innovative partnerships that improve the coordination of service delivery when responding to violence against women.

    Healing and Rebuilding After Violence Against Aboriginal Women – up to $20,000 (per project) is now available to support initiatives/projects that use holistic approaches in Aboriginal communities to assist victims and/or communities in healing/rebuilding from the impacts of violence against women.

    Training and Education for Front-line Service Providers Responding to Violence Against Women – up to $10,000 (for community projects) and $40,000 (for provincial projects) is now available to support training and education for front line services providers that work with women who have been or are currently at risk of experiencing violence.

    Serving Victims Through Restorative Justice – up to $20,000 (per community project) and up to $40,000 (per provincial project) is now available to support projects that enhance services  to better meet the needs of victims involved in restorative justice approaches in BC.

    Community and/or Youth Crime Prevention – up to $20,000 (per project) is now available to fund local crime prevention projects as well as projects that prevent youth involvement in crime across British Columbia.

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  • findfundsblogger 9:14 am on April 12, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    NOW OPEN: Get Youth Working! funding 

    Employer subsidiesHi Funds Fans!  Long time, no see.  Between semester end projects, essays and tax time, it’s been a bit hectic around here.  However, things should be up and running normally again soon 🙂

    The Get Youth Working! Program is funded through the Canada-British Columbia Labour Market Agreement. The Program offers employers a $2,800 hiring incentive (up to 3 employees at $2,800 each) to hire eligible youth 15 to 29 years of age. Additionally, employers may request up to $1,000 to purchase training for the newly hired youth. Training activities must be pre-approved and completed within the term of the funding agreement.

    The Hiring Incentive application is easy! Conduct your own recruiting. At any time during your recruiting process complete and submit an online application. The approval process is quick and easy and if you and your proposed new hire meet the program criteria, you are eligible for the funding.

    No complicated paperwork! Once approved, the $2,800 hiring incentive is disbursed to you in equal monthly payments throughout the hiring incentive period.

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  • findfundsblogger 9:27 am on February 16, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    NOW OPEN: Communities At Risk funding 

    Public-Safety-Canada

    The Federal Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness has recently announced the next call for proposals for the Communities at Risk: Security Infrastructure Program (SIP).  This program is designed to help communities at risk of hate-motivated crime improve their security infrastructure, which will help make Canada safer for all Canadians.

    Funding is available to eligible not-for-profit organizations linked to a community at risk of being victimized by hate-motivated crime. The funds are to help with the costs of security infrastructure improvements for places of worship, provincially recognized educational institutions, and community centers in communities at risk of hate-motivated crime.  Applicants not eligible for funding include Crown Corporations, public institutions, for-profit organizations and individuals.

    Approved projects may receive up to 50% of total project costs to a maximum of $100,000 per project.  Applicants must demonstrate that they are able to provide cash and/or in-kind contributions amounting to at least 50% of the total project costs. These contributions must be from non-governmental sources and must be confirmed at the time the application is submitted.

    Examples of eligible costs include:

    • Security assessments.
    • Minor construction costs related to the project, including fees for contractors, labour and equipment rental required to install security infrastructure.
    • Security equipment and hardware costs, including alarm systems, fences, gates, lighting, security film for windows, closed circuit television systems, exterior cameras, relocation of existing exterior cameras, anti-graffiti sealant, motion detectors, signage and landscaping.

    In 2014, applications will be accepted on an on-going basis, there is no deadline date for submissions. Applicants are encouraged to submit their applications well in advance of the anticipated start date of their project.

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  • findfundsblogger 9:23 am on September 30, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Funding for housing solutions! 

    Funding for housing solutions

    Hello Funds Fans!  Welcome to a new week and new opportunities to make a difference in your community.  Don’t forget to check out the October 2013 Deadline Alert for a long list of available funding this month.

    Today, another new funder has been located.  The World Habitat Awards were established in 1985 by the Building and Social Housing Foundation as part of its contribution to the United Nations International Year of Shelter for the Homeless. Every year an award of £10,000 is presented to each of the winners for projects that provide practical and innovative solutions to current housing needs and problems.

    Housing projects & approaches are sought that:

    • demonstrate practical, innovative and sustainable solutions to current housing issues faced by countries all around the world
    • can be transferred or adapted for use as appropriate; are already being implemented or are completed (ie not at design, planning or early stages of development)
    • view the term habitat from a broad perspective and bring other benefits as well, such as energy or water saving, income generation, social inclusion, community and individual empowerment, health benefits, capacity building or education.

    Eligibility:

    • Any individual, organisation or government who has an innovative and practical solution to housing needs and problems from any country of the world.
    • More than one entry can be made by the same individual or organisation.
    • Entries should relate to housing projects and processes that are either completed or in progress. Those that are at design stage only or in the very early stages of development cannot be considered.
    • Previous entrants can re-submit in subsequent years providing that the project has been further developed in the intervening time period.

    Application Deadline: November 1st, 2013.

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  • findfundsblogger 11:03 am on August 20, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    NOW OPEN: viaSport Grants 

    Grant in-take now open!

    Hiya Funds Fans!  Good news for sports in B.C.  ViaSport administers sport-related grant programs funded by the government of BC that encourage sport participation and healthy living, develops high-performance athletes and improves delivery of sport and recreation programs to benefit all residents.

    Aboriginal Youth Sport Legacy Fund (AYSLF) – High Performance: The Aboriginal Youth Sport Legacy Fund (ASLYF) supports programs which encourage BC’s Aboriginal youth to participate in physical activity and sport.  Maximum Grant: varies.  Deadline: September 22, 2013.

    Hosting BC Grant Program : The Hosting BC grant program provides funding to sport event organizers to facilitate sport, economic, social and community development. Since 2004, over $4 million has been invested in 470 sport events in communities across BC developing a legacy of sport hosting expertise.  Maximum Grant: up to $35,000.  Deadline: October 6th, 2013.

    Local Sport Program Development Fund (LSPD): The Local Sport Program Development (LSPD) Fund allows community sport to be more accessible to people of all abilities by providing funding support to sport programs initiated by municipalities, sport organizations and Aboriginal communities. Maximum Grant: $2,000.  Deadline: September 22, 2013.

    Girls Only and Forever Active Bodies (FAB) 55+:  Founded by ProMOTION Plus, the Girls Only and Forever Active Bodies (FAB) 55+ grants are part of an overarching grant fund geared towards the development of sport opportunities that inspire girls and women to get active in BC. A program with two available categories, Girls Only focuses on supporting girls and women of all ages, while FAB 55+ is limited to women aged 55 and above. Maximum Grant: $2,000.  Deadline: September 22, 2013.

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  • findfundsblogger 10:50 am on August 6, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Deadline Alert: Funding for public legal education programs 

    Deadline Alert!

    Hi Funds Fans 🙂  I hope you’ve all enjoyed a wonderful weekend!  Here’s one that nearly got past the radar…

    The Law Foundation has established a budget of up to $750,000 for a public legal education and information program (PLEI) and a distribution program that focuses on providing civil law public legal education and information resources in British Columbia.  Grants range from $25,000+.  Deadline: August 15th, 2013.

    Eligibility to apply is reserved for non-profit organizations in British Columbia that can demonstrate knowledge, skill, and experience, and a vision for the delivery of public legal education and information.

    The Foundation wishes to support a public legal education and information program that will provide legal education and information services to the diverse public of British Columbia in all areas of law except criminal law.

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  • findfundsblogger 2:59 pm on July 20, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    $15,000+ for artistic projects on Arab culture 

    Arabic arts & culture project fundingHello Funds Fans!  Today we have an exciting discovery for arts and culture: a dedicated fund for Arab related projects!

    The Arab Fund for Arts & Culture (AFAC) is now accepting applications in the categories of Cinema, Music and RTR (research, training and regional events) as part of its 2013 general grants program.  The call is open to Arab individuals living in the Arab region or in diaspora and to local, regional and international institutions whose projects are related to contemporary Arab culture.

    For cinema applications, a non-Arab producer can apply for a grant provided that the film director is Arab. It is preferred that film projects have producers attached to them. The producer or the director may apply for the grant.  AFAC’s cinema funding is open to all kinds of film projects – short films, feature narratives, short documentaries, feature documentaries, animation and experimental film. AFAC offers funding for development/scripting, production and post-production. Projects applying for a development/ scripting grant are eligible for a maximum of $15,000 while projects applying for a production/ post-production grant are eligible for a maximum of $50,000Deadline: August 1st, 2013.

    Music and RTR applications must be submitted online no later than September 1st, 2013.

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  • findfundsblogger 9:39 am on July 15, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Feature Funder: Vancouver Foundation (apply now for Fall 2013) 

    Multiple funding opportunities here!Howdy Funds Fans!  It has been a while since I’ve featured a funder and the Vancouver Foundation is certainly an excellent candidate.

    The Vancouver Foundation (VF) is passionate about community. Everything they do is designed to help build more vibrant, healthy and resilient communities across B.C.  They accomplish their work by harnessing the gifts of energy, ideas, time, and money of caring residents to make meaningful and lasting impacts. VF is Canada’s largest community foundation and they’ve been investing in B.C. communities since 1943.

    With a very broad approach to funding, VF recognizes that communities are complex and that many things are needed to make them the best they can be.  Every year, VF funds hundreds of innovative projects – large and small – in areas such as arts and culture, education, children and youth issues, environment, animal welfare, community health, and social development.  Although Vancouver Foundation is a broad funder, they also have two specific areas of focus for the next few years; youth homelessness and the needs of at-risk youth, particularly those who are coming out of the foster care system.

    For VF’s Fall 2013 round of funding, LOI’s are due by July 26, 2013  4:30 p.m. for the following project streams:

    • Arts and Culture : The purpose of the Arts and Culture Advisory Committee is to make grants to support and encourage the growth and sustained presence of excellence in arts and cultural activities among diverse cultural communities throughout British Columbia.
    • Children, Youth and Families :  These grants invest in strategies that offer strong potential to advance innovations in programs and initiatives that increase the health, well-being and resilience of children, youth and families in British Columbia.
    • Disability Supports for Employment Fund : These grants are available to assist eligible organizations throughout BC who are working to increase employment opportunities and the overall rate of employment for persons with disabilities in their communities. DSEF considers “employment” to mean the full participation of people with disabilities as employees, and/or those activities which may result in employment for them.
    • Education : These grants enhance the quality of, and access to, education and lifelong learning opportunities for all British Columbians.
    • Environment : Freshwater – VF is interested in strategies that strive for the long-term sustainability, protection and resilience of water quality and flows.Habitat Protection and Conservation – VF is interested in strategies that offer opportunities for broad community participation and engagement in development of solutions, whether in marine or land-based ecosystems.
    • Health and Medical Education/Research : VF provides grants that support initiatives that ensure British Columbians are involved in advancing the health equity of their own communities. These research grants allow researchers and non-profit organizations to undertake relevant research collaboratively at the community level.
    • Health and Social Development : Health and Social Development grants support projects that enhance the capacity of adults, families and communities to create healthy, caring, safe and supportive environments for all.
    • Greenest City Community Grants : The City of Vancouver and Vancouver Foundation have teamed up to help make Vancouver the greenest city by 2020. They’ve created the Greenest City Fund – a four-year, $2 million fund that will support community-led green projects.

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