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Rideau Hall Foundation - Scaling up promising practices during COVID-19 for youth-serving organizations
Closes April 30, 2021
This funding will offer grants to these youth serving organizations seeking to build on lessons learned from COVID-19. This funding stream will support youth-serving organizations in scaling up promising initiatives already underway, that both seek to respond to challenges from the pandemic and build capacity and sustainability for initiatives that work to address these challenges in the long term.
Rideau Hall Foundation - Catapult Access Innovation Fund
The Catapult Access Innovation Fund is designed to support youth-serving organizations in Canada to design, build, scale up and evaluate the impact of initiatives to better support Canadian youth, especially youth underserved by the education system and disengaged from education and/or career pathways.
Expression of Interest due April 30th, 2021
Support for Health and Technology Initiatives Benefiting At-Risk Youth - TELUS Friendly Future Foundation
The TELUS Friendly Future Foundation is dedicated to funding health and technology focused charitable programs in communities across Canada. The Foundation offers two types of grants to registered charities. Community Grants of up to $20,000 are made through TELUS Community Boards for community-based health programs creating opportunities for at-risk youth that demonstrate the use of technology to increase the impact of their programs. Support is provided in selected areas of British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic Canada. Application deadlines vary by TELUS Community Board region. National, Provincial and Territorial Grants, which range from $20,000 to $200,000, fund national, territorial, and province-wide programs that enable at-risk youth and other vulnerable Canadians to achieve their full potential through health and technology initiatives. The upcoming application deadlines for National, Provincial and Territorial Grants are May 1 and September 1, 2021. Visit the Foundation’s website to review the funding guidelines.
Canada Council for the Arts - Grants Enable Artists and Arts Organizations to Reach Virtual Audiences
https://canadacouncil.ca/funding/strategic-funds/digital-now is a one-time digital innovation initiative that offers grants to arts groups, collectives, and organizations to adapt existing works or create new ones to be shared virtually with audiences. Funded projects will draw on a breadth of artists and arts workers and reach local, Canada-wide, and international audiences. Eligible applicants include Canadian artistic organizations, groups, and collectives. The application deadlines are March 31 and April 28, 2021.