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The Youth to Youth Board of the United Way of Leeds & Grenville is now accepting grant applications.

The local United Way’s junior board of directors covers high schools in the united counties area. Each of the nine secondary schools has an opportunity to be represented on the board. “Our youth board continues to create positive impact within our community, understanding that the support could be for our neighbours, classmates or friends,” Youth to Youth President Darby Mallory stated in a release.

Grants of up to $500 are available to youth-related programs that focus on subjects such as providing affordable activities, improving the lives of young people and giving them a voice as well as preparing them for the future.

“It is wonderful to see the junior board working together to help change lives of youth in our community,” stated Melissa Hillier, executive director of the United Way of Leeds & Grenville.

Organizations that already receive United Way funding are ineligible for a Youth to Youth grant.

Applications are available at the United Way office at 42 George St., Brockville and via email at Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.. The deadline to apply is Oct. 30 at 3 p.m.

For more information, call Joan Hodge at 613-342-8889.

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Overview

The Aboriginal Affairs Secretariat's (AAS) Grants Program funds small-scale, non-profit projects/initiatives of a social, cultural, and educational nature. AAS provides small grants to individuals, First Nation communities, and Aboriginal Organizations for a variety of events, projects and initiatives to help improve the government’s relationship with First Nation communities and Aboriginal organizations.

Eligibility

The application procedure is outlined below:

- The application is received in its completed form by this Secretariat;
- The application is reviewed and evaluated for criteria compliance, funding levels, and eligibility of activity;
- A recommendation is made to Senior Management;
- Funding approval is authorized or rejected;
- If approved, a Letter of Offer specifying the conditions of approval for financial support is forwarded to the applicant for review and acceptance (a signed copy of the letter must be returned);
- If rejected, a Letter of Notification is forwarded to the applicant stating the reason for the application’s rejection;
- Funds are released according to specified conditions of approval as indicated in the Letter of Offer.
- The review process takes one to two weeks once the application is received fully completed with the supporting documentation. The above mentioned release of funds will be processed and forwarded to the applicant within another two to three weeks following completion of all procedures. This Secretariat will work closely with the applicant to ensure an efficient turn-around.

As mentioned, the AAS grants program supports small-scale, non-profit projects. The support of such projects requires that certain criteria be met for all to receive fair consideration. The criteria is self-explanatory and is provided for your convenience and understanding. .

The following conditions/criteria apply:

- A grant application must be competed, with the relevant supporting documentation attached, and submitted to AAS at the address indicated below. Response to a grant application will be delayed if insufficient information is provided.
- The applicant requesting a grant must 18 years of age or older, currently registered with a First Nation community (Status), and must reside in New Brunswick; a First Nation community, or an Aboriginal Organization recognized by Aboriginal Affairs Secretariat specifically:

Fredericton Native Friendship Centre
Gignoo Transition House
Mawiw Tribal Council
Union of New Brunswick Indians
North Shore Micmac District Council
New Brunswick Aboriginal Peoples Council
New Brunswick Aboriginal Women’s Council
St. John River Valley District Council
- All projects/initiatives must be supported by a First Nation community or an Aboriginal Organization.
- Applicants must have a least one other source of funding or in-kind support.
- Applicant is limited to one submission per year
- Upon completion of the project/initiative for which a grant has been provided, the recipient is required to provide a final report within 30 days summarizing and evaluating the project/initiative as well as a financial statement that lists all revenues and expenditures.
- Eligibility criteria are reviewed on an annual basis and is subject to change at any time.
- The minister responsible for Aboriginal Affairs at his/her discretion may vary the terms and conditions as a basis for providing a grant.

Grant Funding Eligibility: Grants range from $ 250 to $ 2,500.

Activities: Financial Support for......

Hosting a Workshop/Conference (In Province) 20% to a max $2,500
Attending a Workshop/Conference (Out of Province) 30% to a max $250
Pow Wow/Festival/Gathering 25% to a max $750
National Aboriginal Day/ Aboriginal Awareness 20% to a max $750
Other: Between $250 - $2,500

Description

This Secretariat delivers a grants program to increase the provincial government’s capacity to address Aboriginal issues. The purpose of the AAS Grants Program is to fund small-scale, non-profit projects/initiatives of a social, cultural, and educational nature. AAS provides small grants to individuals, First Nation communities, and Aboriginal Organizations for a variety of events, projects and initiatives to help improve the government’s relationship with First Nation communities and Aboriginal organizations.

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The Columbia Basin Trust (CBT) has over $2 million in grants available for projects that help with social-well-being, the environment or youth aged 12 to 29.

The deadlines to apply are Monday, October 5 for social grants, Monday, October 19 for environment grants, and Monday, November 2 for youth grants.

“Every year we’re impressed with the quality and breadth of projects brought forward to us. Thank you to everyone who develops ideas to support our residents, communities and environment,” Lisa Kilpatrick, senior manager of delivery of benefits, said in a press release. “We look forward to seeing what results come from this fall’s intake.”

For more information visit cbt.org.

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We invite letters of intent from registered charities across Canada to increase children’s opportunities for self-directed play outdoors in all settings – at home, in school, in child care, the community and nature.

Please review all of the sections below and the newly released Position Statement on Active Outdoor Play for further background. Note that the application form can be found below, under the section "More Information."

Vision
The Lawson Foundation envisions all Canadian children and youth engaging regularly in outdoor unstructured play.

Background
The Lawson Foundation began to fund and learn about active outdoor play through two earlier projects (the former Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Cards on the Physical Activity of Children and Youth , and a Physical Activity topic for the Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development). Further, over the last two years we have invested in the development of three published academic papers (risky play, outdoor time, active outdoor play), the ParticipACTION 2015 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth and the recently released Position Statement on Active Outdoor Play from a multi-sectoral group of 14 pan-Canadian stakeholder organizations and academics vested in this issue.

This Canada-wide call for applications about active outdoor play builds on those investments and the ongoing work of stakeholders. This call is exploratory in nature as we seek to better understand how to support Canadian communities to foster children’s opportunities for unstructured outdoor play. We hope to engage with great ideas and organizations delivering community programs, services, and supports, as well as policy and research initiatives in the broad areas of active/outdoor/unstructured/self-directed/risky play. (See further below for our commentary on terminology).

We will be sharing our process and learning on our blog as the work unfolds.

Submission deadline: Tuesday, July 14, 2015 at 1:00 pm EDT

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Kraft Project Play is giving away $325,000 to upgrade recreational facilities. Nominate your project now at KraftProjectPlay.com. Nominations are open May 1–June 14, 2015.

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Je vous informe, par la présente, d’un appel à déclarations d’intérêt concernant un projet de financement en vertu du volet Programmes du Fonds pour les communautés en santé (FCS) du ministère de la Santé et des Soins de longue durée. Le volet Programmes du FCS soutient des projets de promotion de la santé qui améliorent la santé et le bien-être de la population en misant sur une bonne alimentation, l’activité physique, la promotion de la santé mentale, la prévention des blessures et la prévention de l’abus d’alcool ou de drogue.

Le volet Programmes du FCS finance des organismes sans but lucratif et non gouvernementaux qui fournissent des services en milieu communautaire. Ces organismes doivent être constitués en personne morale et en activité depuis au moins un an. Les organismes provinciaux-territoriaux des Premières Nations sont aussi admissibles à un financement dans le cadre du FCS. Les bureaux de santé publique, les hôpitaux, les collèges et universités, les écoles ou les conseils scolaires, les municipalités ou d’autres organismes gouvernementaux et les conseils ou commissions peuvent agir comme partenaires du projet, mais ne peuvent recevoir directement des fonds du FCS. Même si votre organisme n’est pas admissible à un tel financement, nous vous demandons de diffuser cette information au sein de vos réseaux et à vos collègues des organismes admissibles.

Le ministère évaluera toutes les déclarations d’intérêt et invitera les organismes sélectionnés à soumettre une proposition de projet complète. Le financement est disponible pendant une période maximale de 19 mois (2015-2016 et 2016-2017), de septembre 2015 au 31 mars 2017. L’approbation de financement donnera suite à un processus d’examen concurrentiel au cours duquel les critères et objectifs du FCS, la capacité de production des organismes, les preuves concrètes étayant les activités proposées et la demande globale de financement ont été pris en compte.

Le gouvernement est déterminé à réaliser les priorités énoncées dans Priorité aux patients : Plan d’action en matière de soins de santé, l’étape suivante du plan de l’Ontario visant à modifier et à améliorer le système de santé de la province. Le volet Programmes du FCS respecte et appuie le Plan d’action en finançant des projets conçus pour améliorer l’accès aux services de promotion de la santé, relient les gens à des services coordonnés dans leur propre localité, les informent et les aident à prendre des décisions éclairées et à modifier leur comportement, et protègent le système de santé public en optimisant les ressources et en améliorant la santé et le bien-être de la population de l’Ontario.

Les priorités et les exigences en matière de financement établies en vertu du volet Programmes du FCS sont énoncées dans les lignes directrices ci-jointes. Si votre organisme a des questions, vous pouvez les envoyer au ministère par courriel à Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser..

La date limite fixée pour la présentation des déclarations d’intérêt remplies est le vendredi 29 mai 2015, à 16 h (heure de l’Est), à l’adresse électronique du FCS, soit : Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser..

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The Winnipeg Community Infrastructure Program provides grants to support the rehabilitation, improvement or expansion of “not-for-profit” or City-owned existing community recreation facilities within the City of Winnipeg. New funding applicants will be accepted until June 5.

The province also announced $3 million in grants to support recreation and cultural facilities across Manitoba.

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For more information about the Winnipeg Community Intrastructure Program funding opportunity click here

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The We Are Cities: Community Innovation Grant helps to fund initiatives seeking to build more livable cities—exciting and healthy places to live, work and play. It is sponsored by the Cities for People initiative and provides two levels of funding ($2,000 or $5,000) to community groups working to build more sustainable and livable communities through local action. This grant supports projects addressing issues critical to the success of our communities including, but not limited to, mobility, the built and natural environment, citizen engagement, multi-sectorial collaboration, policy design, waste management and energy. Eligible projects must demonstrate the potential to be scalable and relevant in communities across Canada.

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