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Every good project needs funding to get off the ground. Find out about funding opportunities across Canada that you may be eligible for.

The Aboriginal Sport, Recreation and Physical Activity Partners Council’s (Partners Council) Spring Release of the 2014/15 Equipment Grant Program offers First Nations, Métis Chartered Communities and Aboriginal Friendships Centres across British Columbia the opportunity to apply for funds to purchase sport, recreation and/or physical activity equipment. The equipment must be used to promote healthy active lifestyles by reducing barriers and increasing access to sport, recreation and physical activity programs.

The Equipment Grant Program is delivered through each of the Partner Council’s six Regional Committees, inclusive of the Northwest, Northeast, Interior, Fraser, Vancouver Coastal and Vancouver Island. Regional Selection Committees will be responsible for evaluating the applications submitted by communities/organizations from within their region and awarding the grants.

Deadline for Equipment Grant applications is 5 pm (PST), Friday January 30, 2015
Note: all Application Forms and supporting documents must be received by this date/time

All applications will be reviewed by the Aboriginal Sport, Recreation and Physical Activity Partners Council’s Regional Equipment Grant Committees. Only successful applicants will be contacted.

New applicants and those who did not receive funding during the Fall 2014 release will take priority.

Checklist for applications:
- Attach official purchase quote or statement from retailer(s), supplier, or distributor
- Attach letter(s) of support (recommended)
- Completed application form

For further inquiries:
Mary McQueen, Equipment Grant Coordinator
Aboriginal Sport, Recreation and Physical Activity Partners Council
Phone: 250.388.5522 or 1.800.990.2432 | Fax: 250.388.5502
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Download the guidelines and application here

The City of Kelowna is making strides towards the development and well-being of youth in our community. On behalf of the City, the Central Okanagan Foundation will administer $80,000 in community social development grants and $22,000 in grants to address the sexual exploitation of youth.

Central Okanagan Foundation encourages registered charities and non-profit organizations interested in applying for either a community social development grant or a grant to address sexual exploitation of youth to attend an information session on Thursday, January 22nd at 1:30 p.m. The information session will be held in the Pacific Safety products boardroom at the Rotary Centre for the Arts, located at 421 Cawston Ave.

The session is important for those interested in applying for the grants, as it will cover eligibility requirements and the application process. Program updates that could impact the application process and evaluation will be reviewed.

If you would like to register for this event, contact Cheryl Miller, Director of Grants and Community Initiatives for the Central Okanagan Foundation at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. You may also call Cheryl at 250-861-6160.

Community Social Development Grants support prevention-orientated programs that are designed to improve the quality of life for Kelowna residents.

To download the application form, visit the City website.

Applications are due at 3:30 p.m. on Friday, February 27th, 2015. Completed applications should be dropped off at the Central Okanagan Foundation office, located at 225-1889 Springfield Road.

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The Office of the Provincial Interlocutor supports qualifying innovative projects that involve practical arrangements and partnerships with First Nations and/or Métis communities

The United Way of Perth Huron is taking applications for funding of youth driven projects. Young leaders can access up to $1,000. to address issues important to them and their communities.

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All applications (including official purchase quotes or statements from a retailer, supplier or distributor) must be received on or before 5 pm (PST), Tuesday October 7, 2014.

The National Association of Friendship Centres [NAFC] is pleased to release a Request for Proposals for the Community Capacity Support [CCS] program.

CAAWS will provide mentoring and financial support to Ontario-based organizations interested in addressing the psycho-social factors that impact women and girls' participation in sport and physical activity.

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