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Rossland’s Community Grant Funding Program 2021 – Canada

Rossland’s Community Grant Funding Program 2021 – Canada
Deadline: 31-Oct-20

The Council of the City of Rossland is seeking applications for its Community Grant Funding Program 2021.

Cash Grants for NGOs to improve access to justice around the world
Conservation Grants to research and generate local solutions to environmental problems
Foundation Grants of up to € 100,000 to increase people’s resilience to disasters
Innovative grants to address poverty issues by helping communities reduce violence, promote peace and recover from crises
The Council of the City of Rossland recognizes the value to the community of local service clubs, groups, non-profit societies and charitable organizations, especially in their efforts to promote or meet the goals and objectives of the City. It is anticipated that financial assistance to community groups will be part of the annually budgeting process and subject to the financial limitations of the City in a fiscal period.

Objectives

Rossland City Council recognizes the vital role non-profit and charitable organizations play in ensuring the social, cultural, and environmental well-being of our community.
The City of Rossland Community Grant Funding program provides financial assistance to community organizations to support programs, projects, services, and events that benefit the citizens of Rossland.
This Policy guides the administration and delivery of the Community Grant Funding program.
Principles

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Organizational Policies and Procedures NGOs can adopt and remain successful

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Premium Training Video: Grant Writing Skills & Tips for Award-Winning Proposals by Cheryl Hooper

Establish a transparent and consistent process for inviting, receiving and evaluating requests for grants.
Provide criteria to be applied in evaluating requests for grants.
Complement or extend the reach of the City of Rossland’s programs and services.
Encourage and support civic engagement and volunteerism.
Enhance the quality of life for the residents of the City of Rossland.
Grant Categories

Multi-Year Operating Grant (up to four (4) years)
Operating Grants are the multi-year (up to four years) provision of funds to assist with a group’s general operating expenses such as facility development, administrative costs or program-related expenses. Operating Grants provide on-going funding for continuing organizations that Council determines to provide benefit to the community.
Grant-in-Aid
Grants-in-aid are funding for a program, short-term undertaking with a completion date or an event with a start and finish date (maybe an annual event). Programs or events must be within City boundaries, be open to the public or specified group and have free or nominal admission.
Capital Project Grant
Capital Project grants are available to community groups to assist with capital improvements and maintenance. Grants are distributed based on applications received and determined need.
Letter of Support for (other) Grant Applications
Community Groups and Registered Organizations may request letters of support from the City of Rossland Council to aid in external grant or sponsorship applications. Letters of support shall be approved by Council resolution.
Eligibility Criteria

Multi-Year Operating Grant

Eligibility is based on:

Being a non-profit society in good standing with the Societies Act and/or a registered charitable organization in good standing with the Canada Revenue Agency.
Requesting for a program, project or service to assist with a group’s general operating expenses such as facility development, administrative costs or program-related expenses.
Providing a worthwhile service(s), program(s) or amenity to the Rossland community and does not duplicate or compete with existing services, programs or amenities
Grant-in-Aid

Eligibility is based on:

A non-profit society in good standing with the Societies Act and/or a registered charitable organization in good standing with the Canada Revenue Agency.
Requesting funds for a program, short-term undertaking with a completion date or an event with a start and finish date (maybe an annual event). Programs or events must be within City boundaries, be open to the public and have a free or nominal admission
Capital Project Grant

Eligibility is based on:

A non-profit society in good standing with the Societies Act and/or a registered charitable organization in good standing with the Canada Revenue Agency.
Requesting funds for capital improvement and maintenance for a City-owned building, lands or asset.
For more information, visit http://www.rossland.ca/community-grant-funding

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