Edmonton Community Foundation Awards for Students Experiencing Financial Need
The awards include the Rose Margaret King Merit Awards, the Don Howden & Jane Squire Howden Awards and the Teri Taylor-Tunski Awards. These awards support students who are in financial need and have attended school in Edmonton at some point between kindergarten and Grade 12. All three awards can be applied to through a single application form. Priority is given to students who have attended an inner city school; exhibit a commitment to their studies; and who can show that they have selected a program that will lead to improved employment opportunities.
Deadline May 15, 2017
Calgary Herald Christmas Fund
To be considered for the 2017 Calgary Herald Christmas Fund, an organization’s purpose must be consistent with the Calgary Herald Christmas Fund objectives of raising awareness around critical social issues including but not limited to; hunger, homelessness, addiction, abuse and violence and meet the following criteria: Hold charitable status; have a commitment to assisting families, men, women and children in need; use the funds in Calgary or surrounding areas; exhibit professionalism and credibility. If your organization received funds from the 2016 Calgary Herald Christmas Fund, you are not eligible to apply for funds in the 2017 Christmas Fund Campaign.
Deadline: May 23, 2017
Volunteer Alberta VSP Funding
As part of the Volunteer Screening Program, the grant is designed to support the development of effective screening practices and processes. Nonprofit organizations facing resource and capacity challenges around volunteer screening can apply for this $2000 grant.
Deadline May 30, 2017
2017 Laurel Awards Now Open
The Laurel Awards, created and sponsored by Duncan Craig LLP, recognize nonprofit organizations who further their objectives through exceptional creativity and innovation. Five awards will be presented this year ranging from $500 to $5000.
Deadline: May 31, 2017
Calgary Learns: Initiative Funding 2017
Calgary Learns invites you to bring forward your visions for new curricula, resources, pilots or research that will enhance the experience of adult Calgarians in foundational learning settings. Proposals are due June 1, 2017 for initiatives in the July 1, 2017/June 30, 2018 grant term. Initiative funding supports one-time projects to a grant maximum of $25,000.
Deadline: June 1, 2017
Alberta Culture Days Grant
Is your nonprofit interested in hosting events for Alberta’s Culture Days? This year, culture days run from Sept. 29 – Oct. 1 and if your organization would like to be a Feature Celebration Site, a Host Celebration Site or host a Pop-Up event, you can apply for this grant. Alberta’s Culture Days is an annual celebration that promotes cultural diversity across the province. Last year, there were 315 events across 87 communities in Alberta.
Deadline: June 16, 2017
City of Airdrie Family and Community Support Service (FCSS) Funding Grant
The City of Airdrie is accepting Letters of Intent applications for 2018. Applicants must be eligible under the Family and Community Support Services Act and Regulation. Preference will be given to social service nonprofit organizations registered under the Societies Act.
Deadline June 16, 2017