Submit Applications for Community Fund for Reconciliation Grants – Canada

Deadline: 01-Apr-21 The Saskatoon Community Foundation is seeking applications for its Community Fund for Reconciliation Grants that would forever support the work of reconciliation for all the people of Saskatoon. (Ad) What tools do you need to raise funds for your organization? A grants database, a donor search option, sample proposals, a library of guidebooks on how to raise funds, a grants map, a deadline calendar, training from fundraising experts and an alert system to give you timely information about new opportunities. We have all of these in our Premium Membership service – now available at 50% discount. $49.99 per year only. Click here! The foundation welcomes gifts for current needs and for a long term funding strategy from donors in the community who wish to support the work of reconciliation. Eligibility Criteria As per CRA regulations, grants will be awarded to “qualified donees” as defined by the Income Tax Act of Canada, the majority of which are registered charities and municipalities (such as the City of Saskatoon). To facilitate work being done in various quarters of the community, partnerships among indigenous organizations, non-Indigenous organizations and qualified donees will be encouraged, provided that the qualified donee partner provides accountability for the use of the granted funds. Projects funded from the Community Fund for Reconciliation should offer “new ways of living together.” Funded projects should support education for all sectors of the community about reconciliation, the TRC Calls to Action, the treaties and treaty relationships that affect all Canadians, the history of residential schools and other aspects of the true history of relationships among the diverse peoples in Canada. Funding will be provided to projects in which Indigenous organizations seek out partnerships with non-indigenous organizations, rather than partnerships which are led by non-Indigenous organizations. Funding will be provided to projects which are led by Indigenous people and/or organizations, and which support the current and future development of Indigenous leadership in the community. Funded projects should address, as directly as possible, at least one of the 94 Calls to Action in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission report, identifying the Call to Action and explaining how it will be addressed by the activities of the project. For more information, visit https://saskatooncommunityfoundation.ca/grants/community-fund-for-reconciliation-grants/ (Ad) How can I search grant information of my interest? Post Views: 73 Share this post: Related

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