There are many different funding options to support community planning, capacity building
Grants with upcoming deadlines:
The goals of the Healthy Community Grant is to enable communities to:
- Take action to improve healthy eating and active living in their communities
- Address social wellbeing while promoting healthy
- Develop an environment where healthy choices are easier, accessible to everyone, and sustainable
- Support collaborative local action to create communities that foster wellness. We value and promote the development of partnerships between different sectors, such as recreation, health, local governments, education, and not-for-profit.
Grants of $2,000.00 will be available to a maximum of one grant per community. Applicants must be registered with Communities ChooseWell in 2019 to be eligible to receive a grant.
Funding opportunities help Edmontonians achieve their goals. That’s why Edmonton Community Foundation (ECF) has a variety of grants available. We give students and charitable organizations the resources they need to strengthen our community. The Community Grants program provides funding to help with a variety of organizational needs. Charities in the greater Edmonton area registered with the Canada Revenue Agency can apply for these grants.
The Community Initiatives Program (CIP) provides funding to support initiatives that enhance and enrich communities throughout Alberta.
Granting programs and foundations,
Provides a list of grant programs offered by ARPA and more.
Communities ChooseWell is excited to announce a new grant opportunity to help communities create healthier eating environments in their recreation facilities!
Community leagues can apply for additional grants through various foundations, governments, businesses, associations and Alberta Lottery.
HOW DO I WRITE A GRANT APPLICATION? Once you’ve identified the best funding source for your project, it’s time to write your grant application. There are many resources that can take the fear out of putting your ‘ask’ on paper.
The Board Development Program, part of Alberta Culture and Tourism, publishes information bulletins on a variety of topics relevant to nonprofit board members or senior staff seeking to improve skills and gain knowledge in governance. This bulletin provides tips for writing grant proposals, which is often an important task for board members and other staff of not-for-profit organizations.
Whether you're an employee or a contractor, you may find you need to write a proposal. Proposal writing is increasingly a part of many people's work roles. Learn more here.