Tuesday August 21, 2012
The AASCF Resource Library offers you an extensive directory of over 200 Awards, Bursaries and Grants that are relevant to Alberta agencies and employees.
Calgary Foundation's Community Grants Program (The)
Promotes a healthy, vibrant community that embraces diversity and supports all of its members.Community Grants typically range from $10,000 to $40,000. Contact Grants staff to explore larger amounts that might be available for collaborative projects, or to inquire about smaller amounts for organizational development.
Deadline September 10, 2012
The Stars of Alberta Volunteer Awards
Nominations Now Open. Honour extraordinary Albertans whose volunteer achievements have contributed to the wellbeing of their community and fellow community members.
Deadline September 25 , 2012
Aviva Community Fund Competition
Aviva recognizes that you know best when it comes to improving your community. Aviva want you to share your idea to create positive change in your community. The most popular ideas, as chosen by Canadians, will have a chance to share the $1,000,000
Opens September 24, 2012.
Special focus on children and youth, the mentally and physically challenged, and the areas of health, education and culture.
Deadlines September 30, 2012
Premier's Council Awards of Excellence
Recognize those who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in making positive, progressive and sustained change toward full inclusion of people with disabilities. The Awards of Excellence include four areas - education, employment, community/citizenship and public awareness.
Deadline September 30, 2011
HomeFront Selinger Awards
Domestic violence is a social problem with far reaching consequences. HomeFront wishes to acknowledge and honour those frontline workers and volunteers who work collaboratively to break the cycle of domestic violence and abuse in Calgary.
Deadline September 30, 2012
Government of Alberta Culture & Comunity Services Community Initiatives Program
The Community Initiatives Program (CIP) provides funds to enhance and enrich community initiatives throughout Alberta. The program is intended to reinvest revenues generated from provincial lotteries in communities, to empower local citizens, and community organizations to work together and respond to local needs.
Deadline September 2012
PricewaterhouseCoopers Canada Foundation Leadership Grants Program
Provides funding for professional development opportunities for staff and volunteers who work at small- to medium-registered charitable organizations in Canada.
Opens in September.
The enp-ab program provides matching grants of up to $10,000 for qualified and approved applicant organizations. Grants may be used to pay for professional fees for technical assistance and/or staff costs and resources related to the planning or organizational development activity
Application Open Spring & Fall
Prime Minister’s Volunteer Awards
program consists of 17 awards in total, 2 at the national level and 15 at the regional level. The Awards highlight best practices in community leadership and encourage partnerships across sectors. The goal of the Awards is to inspire Canadians from all walks of life to find new ways of making a difference in their communities.
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There are many funding sources that have open ended applications and are not restricted by deadlines. You can find funding for programs, individuals, events, training, building improvements, recognition, community projects and more.
ACT (Affordability and Choice Today)
Promotes practical solutions at the local level that overcome regulatory barriers to the development of affordable housing. ACT provided grants to local teams who promoted or initiated regulatory reform aimed at increasing housing affordability and housing options.
Alberta Blue Cross (ABC) Benefits Corporation Foundation
Each year they sponsor more than 60 post-secondary scholarships and provide up to an additional $150,000 for health-focused community-based projects, campaigns and initiatives.
Alberta Food Bank Network Association Community or Collective Kitchen Program Grants
It is a place where small groups of people come together once or twice a month to cook.. There are kitchens that focus on cooking for families, single moms, seniors, singles, ethnic groups and new Moms. The possibilities are endless. Many kitchens operate out of community centers, churches or schools. There are approximately 180 to 200 kitchens operating in Alberta. Are you interested in participating in a kitchen or starting a new kitchen in your area? If so, you are requested to contact the Alberta Food Banks office via e-mail at:
Alberta Oilsands Inc Community Investment
They are working with residential stakeholders to develop a community investment plan that would be directed at worthy causes of mutual interest. They will set aside a portion of project operating income each year for community investments. Between now and project start-up they will work with community stakeholders to identify suitable projects where they can be an effective partner
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