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JAN
23

Funding for Service Groups

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To Whom It May Concern, The R.M. is asking any service group or non-profit group in the area if they would like to be involved in a fundraiser with remunerations to be paid to your Service Group. Saskatchewan Scrap Tire Corporation is conducting a One Time FREE Scrap Tire Clean-Up. This project will be held in June, July and August. There will be a 3 week period within these 3 months to facilitate the scrap tire clean up project. Service groups (or non-profit groups) are valuable partners ... More...
NOV
01
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To All Community Organizations

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To All Community Organizations: The Saskatchewan Lotteries Community Grant Program is available to community organizations wishing to submit an application. The purpose of the program is to provide funds to volunteer organizations who provide programs and services in sport, culture and recreation. Funds are provided through Recreation Boards or Municipal Governments to maintain, improve and expand on programs and opportunities for people of all ages to derive the benefits from involveme... More...
JUL
09

Creative Kids

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Creative Kids has had a tremendous impact in Saskatchewan. In two and a half short years, we have helped 1,900 applicants participate in dance classes, art camps, music lessons, traditional cultural experiences and multi-cultural heritage workshops. We have reched children and youth in 100 Saskatchewan communitys, from Maple Creek to Meadow Lake to Moosomin. Since the fall of 2010, donations and sponsorships have allowed us to contribute $590,000.00 directly to children facing financial barri... More...
JUN
26

Community Initiatives Fund--Community Vitality Grant

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Is your community raising money to renovate or repair a community facility, such as your local hall, rink or playground? Look no further! The Community Vitality Program provides project grants to community initiatives that encourage local youth, voluntary and community actions to build sustainable communites and improve quality of life, focusing on: 1. Enhancing the quality, accessibility and use of community facilities; 2. Building community pride, encouraging volunteerism and community i... More...
JUN
26

Community Initiatives Fund--Physical Activity Grant Program

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Looking for funding to support a local physical activity program? The objective of the Physical Activity Grant Program is to increas physical activity levels of Saskatchewan people through strategic projects at the local, regional, or provincial level with initiatives undertaken in collaboration with partners. The grant suppors local initiatives that focus on the reduction of barriers to support access and participation in physical activity. The next deadline is October 1, 2013 Application ... More...
JUN
20

Apply for the Southeast Connection Active After School Initiative

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About the Active After School Initiative: Is your community seeking to offer an after school program? Southeast Connection is pleased to offer the Active School Initiative to increase capacity of south east communities to offer physical activity opportunities for children ages 6 to 12 years. The aim of the initiative is to Build leadership capacity for quality after school delivery Equip after school service providers with access to after school programming, resources and to... More...
JUN
20

Apply for the Southeast Connection Active After School Initiative

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About the Active After School Initiative: Is your community seeking to offer an after school program? Southeast Connection is pleased to offer the Active School Initiative to increase capacity of south east communities to offer physical activity opportunities for children ages 6 to 12 years. The aim of the initiative is to Build leadership capacity for quality after school delivery Equip after school service providers with access to after school programming, resources and to... More...
MAY
29

New Horizons for Seniors Program

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We are now accepting applications. Community-based projects under the New Horizons for Seniors Program (NHSP) that enable seniors to share their knowledge, skills and experiences with others and help communities increase their capacity to address local issues are eligible to receive up to $25,000 per year, per organization. Projects must address one or more the program's five objectives: 1. Promoting volunteerism among seniors and other generations. 2. Engaging seniors in the community thro... More...
MAY
21

AgriSpirit Fund

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Description: Farm Credit Canada believes that the rural spirit is what makes up the core of the FCC AgriSpirit Fund and wants to make life better for those who live in small communities (under 100,000). Funding from this grant will be used to support community improvement projects. Eligibility: Organizations: All small and and rural communities with populations under 100,000. Projects: Eligible projects are for community infrastructure such as: emergency services equipment, playground ... More...
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