1. Canadian Heritage's celebration grants application deadline January 15, 2013
2. TD Financial Literacy Grant Fund deadline for applications is January 31, 2013
3. Canada Summer Jobs application deadline February 28, 2013
4. Open Solicitation: Build Regional Public Health Capacity and Awareness of Public Health Impacts Related to Climate Change - Request for Applications
5. Woodcock Fund Guidelines by Writers Trust
6. CERIC's Practical & Academic Research Committee as well as its Professional Development & Ongoing Learning Committee: Call for proposals
7. Nexen's "ReachOut" program
8. Carbon Farmer Giving away $2551.00
9. Let's Talk Science Outreach Program at the University of Calgary!
10. Innoweave workshops
Canadian Heritage's celebration grants application deadline January 15, 2013
Canadian Heritage provides financial support for activities organized during the Celebrate Canada period, from June 21 to July 1. These activities celebrate National Aboriginal Day on June 21, Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day on June 24, Canadian Multiculturalism Day on June 27 and Canada Day on July 1.
In 2013, Canada continues to commemorate the 200th Anniversary of the War of 1812, an important milestone in our history. As such, we encourage applicants to integrate a War of 1812 theme into their activities this year.
TD Financial Literacy Grant Fund deadline for applications is January 31, 2013
The TD Financial Literacy Grant Fund aims to increase accessibility to financial literacy education for people living in Canada who may normally be excluded from mainstream financial organizations, enabling them to develop skills, knowledge and confidence in financial issues.The Fund will gather and disseminate the learnings that emerge from the best practices of projects supported through the Fund and will evaluate and communicate the impact of funded projects. It is managed by Social and Enterprise Development Innovations.
Canada Summer Jobs
Applications must be submitted between February 1 and February 28, 2013.
Open Solicitation: Build Regional Public Health Capacity and Awareness of Public Health Impacts Related to Climate Change - Request for Applications
The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is committed to understanding the impacts of climate change on public health, to build regional public health capacity and strengthen adaptation strategies to reduce these impacts. As climate change is expected to have varying regional impacts across Canada there is a need to understand and address unique regional health threats associated with a changing climate. The maximum funding available per project is $37,500* over two fiscal years ($18,750 in 2013-2014 and $18,750 in 2014-2015).
Woodcock Fund Guidelines by Writers TrustThe mandate of the Fund is to provide emergency funding to established writers in mid-project who are facing an unforeseen financial need that threatens the completion of their book. Successful applicants quickly receive financial support that allows them to complete their book projects. All applications to the Fund are processed in confidence. Successful applicants are urged to acknowledge their grants in their books. Established in 1989, the program has to date distributed $903, 773 to 183 writers. Applications are accepted throughout the year. There are no deadlines.
CERIC's Practical & Academic Research Committee as well as its Professional Development & Ongoing Learning Committee: Call for proposals
Priorities: Labour market information, Early intervention, Evaluation, Intersection of diversity and work, New emerging career development theories and career management models, The impact of social media on how career practitioners are doing their work, and Entrepreneurial education and career development
Nexen's "ReachOut" program, brings strategic vision to the work they do in communities. The program focuses on three key areas:
- Giving: Support communities where we live and work through meaningful corporate gifts including cash donations, sponsorships and gifts in-kind to charitable, non-profit and community organizations.
- Matching: Match charitable contributions made by our employees in Canada, the U.S. and UK, up to $20,000 per employee, per year.
- Helping: Recognize and encourage employee volunteering through volunteer days, volunteer grants and team-building events that help build stronger communities.
Carbon Farmer Giving away $2551.00 to community's in need of an eco-friendly face-lift!
Facilitators can come to your community and do hands on workshops. You can also borrow kits.
Innoweave helps community organizations implement innovative approaches that enhance their impact. New approaches such as social enterprise, social finance, impact and strategic clarity, and cloud computing are helping charities and non-profits generate greater impact, more quickly, and at less cost.