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Large Project Funding Stream creating impactful Community Changes in Canada

Large Project Funding Stream creating impactful Community Changes in Canada


Deadline: 7-Jun-21

The Canadian Roots Exchange is pleased to launch the Large Project Funding Stream to create impactful community change and increase the wellness, resiliency and engagement of Indigenous youth.

Projects must be led by 3+ Indigenous youth (ages 15-29) who are meaningfully involved in project guidance, planning, implementation and/or evaluation.

Project Focus Areas

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Successful projects will fall within the following areas:

Arts and Culture: Projects that increase access to arts, art-based workshops, cultural knowledge, traditions and ceremony
Innovation and Change: Projects will support youth groups in accessing capacity-building, knowledge mobilization and funding resources. Projects will focus on innovating healthcare systems, developing solutions to infrastructure and resource challenges (such as access to clean water and sustainable food sources) and increasing access to technology.
Inter-generational Relationship Building: Projects will support youth groups in accessing capacity-building, knowledge mobilization and funding resources. Projects will focus on innovating healthcare systems, developing solutions to infrastructure and resource challenges (such as access to clean water and sustainable food sources) and increasing access to technology.
Resiliency Building: Projects will focus on organizational development in Indigenous agencies. The intention of this focus area is to increase leadership, governance, capacity and opportunity for Indigenous organizations to impact communities and systems. Projects can include organizational enhancements (i.e. training, website development, strategic plan development, consulting projects, purchase of supplies, etc).
Youth and Community Wellness: Projects will focus on enhancing community wellness and can include one-off events or long-term programs and any type of programming related to wellness (i.e. workshops, teachings, gatherings).
Funding Information

The Large Project Funding Stream will provide funding of up to $80,000 to Indigenous non-profits and charities.
Project Start Date: July 19, 2021
Project End Date: July 14, 2022
Eligibility Criteria

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Funding in this stream is only open to incorporated/registered non-profit organizations and charities.

CREation will prioritize funding Indigenous and youth-focused organizations.

Projects must have a clear plan for how youth will lead and support projects (i.e. youth advisory, youth staff, etc).

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Please note: for the purpose of this program CRE defines Indigenous as status and non-status First Nation, Inuit, and Métis peoples in Canada, living both on and off reserve.

Eligible groups and projects include:

Incorporated non-profit organizations
Registered Charities
Indigenous organizations
Youth Councils (that are a part of an incorporated organization)
Grassroots groups that have an incorporated organization that has agreed to trustee the project.
For more information, visit https://canadianroots.ca/programs/creation/

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