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Community Foundation of Canada: Healthy Communities Initiative

Community Foundation of Canada: Healthy Communities Initiative


Deadline: 09-Mar-21

The Community Foundation of Canada is seeking applications for its Healthy Communities Initiative to support communities as they create and adapt public spaces, and programming and services for public spaces to respond to ongoing needs arising from COVID-19 over the next two years.

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The Healthy Communities Initiative encourages community-level innovation and improvements in the quality of life for residents. As local communities continue to adapt to COVID-19, local governments and community partners across the country in urban, rural and remote communities are discovering new ways to keep residents safe and healthy, support economic recovery and rebuild communities to be pandemic-resilient.

Thematic Areas

Youth Initiative to enhance Peace and Security and Improve Democratic Governance in Africa

NGO Grants to advance Maternal, Child Health and HIV/AIDS Outcomes

Faith-based Foundation Funding for Construction Projects and Purchase of Books, Computers, Vehicles and Medical Equipment

Human Rights Grant Oppportunity ($200,000 CAD and $500,000 CAD) for LGBTQ2I Communities

International Funding for Cultural Heritage Preservation Projects

Small Grants to conserve the Forest for Sustainable Development

Joint Call for addressing Human Rights Issues and promoting Peace

Funding Call for NGO Projects that strive to make a Social Impact

Turn your Environmental Project Idea into a Reality with up to €10.000 Grants: Apply Now

Turn your Environmental Project Idea into a Reality with up to €10.000 Grants: Apply Now

USD 1 MILLION Grants for Innovative Solutions to combat Water Scarcity

Climate Fund to alleviate energy poverty in Developing Countries

This Request for Applications is open to strengthening the Economic Development Efforts

Grants for African CSOs to implement activities in SGBV, SRHR, HP, and VAWG

Small Research Grants for the improvement of education

Safe and vibrant public spaces
Improved mobility options
Digital solutions
Funding Information

The minimum funding amount for projects is $5,000 and the maximum funding amount is $250,000 for each project.
Eligibility Criteria

The Healthy Communities Initiative supports communities as they create and adapt public spaces, and programming and services for public spaces to respond to ongoing needs arising from COVID-19 over the next two years.
Eligible organizations include:
Municipalities and local or regional governments
Municipally-owned corporations (e.g. water management, public transit, economic development, tourism agencies, etc.);
Indigenous governing bodies including, but not limited to:
A band council within the meaning of section 2 of the Indian Act;
A First Nation, Inuit or Métis government or authority established under a Self-Government Agreement or a Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement;
A First Nation, Inuit or Métis government that are established by or under legislation whether federal or provincial or territorial that incorporates a governance structure;
Tribal councils, provincial/territorial bodies
A provincial or territorial organization delivering municipal services (e.g., public utilities (electricity, water, telecoms, broadband, etc.), community health services, economic development bodies, local service districts, etc.)
Federally or provincially incorporated not for profits, including:
local economic development groups including business improvement associations/areas;
relevant not-for-profit professional associations (e.g. urban planners, architects);
federally or provincially incorporated not for profits/local community, non-profit, voluntary organizations;
registered charities;
Indigenous organizations and organizations whose central mandate is to improve Indigenous outcomes on or off-reserve;
research institutes;
not-for-profit residents associations;
post-secondary educational institutions; and,
Indigenous development corporations
Ineligible organizations are any not listed above, including but not limited to for-profit corporations, for-profit social enterprises, provincial and territorial governments, individuals, the Government of Canada (federal government), non-Canadian or internationally-based organizations; the Crown; and the United Nations.
For more information, visit https://communityfoundations.ca/initiatives/chci/

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