2022 Community Connectedness Grants in Canada
The PlanH is pleased to announce the 2022 Community Connectedness Grant Program.
For 2022, one of the PlanH Healthy Communities grant program streams focuses on Community Connectedness. These grants support communities as they take multi-sectoral action to explore, learn, and innovate, enhancing community cohesion and sense of belonging.
Maximum Amount Per Grant: $5,000
Developing plans and strategies to create safe community spaces around food systems and food security
Including social connectedness as a part of the goal-setting, objectives, and strategies in an Official Community Plan
Hosting a facilitator to lead an engagement in the process as part of program development or an Official Community Plan
Convening recreation and transportation providers to support the implementation of a dementia-friendly community program
Developing and implementing a physical activity program focusing on Indigenous youth
The following government organizations are eligible to apply:
First Nations Bands
First Nations Tribal Councils
Métis Chartered Communities
Self-Governing First Nations
The following organizations are not eligible to apply as primary applicants:
This opportunity could be for you if you:
Represent an Indigenous or local government
Have community partners who share your interest in developing a broad policy framework
You have a relationship with either your regional health authority (Northern Health, Interior Health, Island Health, Vancouver Coastal Health, or Fraser Health) or First Nations Health Authority (FNHA). If you don’t have an existing relationship with FNHA or the health authority in your region, let us know, and they can help connect you.
For more information, visit https://planh.ca/training-support-planh-funding/2022-community-connectedness-grants