Category: Funding

Webinar: Work Experience Opportunities Grant. Apply Now!

Join Parliamentary Secretary Dan Coulter or Parliamentary Secretary Niki Sharma and staff from the Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction for an interactive webinar on the new Work Experience Opportunities Grant. This new program offers funding up to $25,000 to deliver 12-week work experience placements for British Columbians with disabilities and people facing multiple… Read more »

  To support applicants in submitting Letters of Intent to the current open solicitations for the HIV and Hepatitis C Community Action Fund (CAF) and the Harm Reduction Fund (HRF), the Public Health Agency of Canada will be hosting additional Question and Answer sessions prior to the submission deadline of January 29th, 2021 at 3… Read more »

Funding Opportunities for Hep C Projects

Gilead Sciences Canada Inc. has launched the CONNECT-C 2021 HCV Grant Program. The program will support well defined projects that aim to improve HCV diagnosis and linkage to care in two of Canada’s priority populations: People who inject or use drugs People with experience in the federal or provincial prison system No more than CAD… Read more »

The Island Health STOP HIV/AIDS Program is excited to announce a call for proposals for our Community Grants Program. We will be awarding grants of up to $10,000 each to communities or organizations who are interested in planning and delivering activities addressing HIV prevention, testing and engagement into care and treatment. Special focus will be… Read more »

Rural, Remote & Indigenous Overdose Grants from CAI

From Community Action Initiative Request for Proposals Now Open   Community Action Initiative is pleased to announce a new funding opportunity! With no part of BC left untouched by overdose it is recognized that the most effective action comes from strengthening local responses. In partnership with the Provincial Overdose Emergency Response Centre (OERC), CAI is… Read more »

Funding opportunities from Work BC

A couple of funding opportunities from WorkBC have come to our attention. Read on for more, with the note that deadlines to apply are coming up quickly. Work Experience Opportunities Grant The Work Experience Opportunities Grant helps vulnerable British Columbians impacted by COVID-19. The grant supports a sustainable, resilient and inclusive labour market recovery by… Read more »

Via the Government of Canada Supporting the community response to sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections (STBBI) in Canada The Public Health Agency of Canada is currently accepting Letters of Intent (LOI) submissions under the HIV and Hepatitis C Community Action Fund (CAF) and Harm Reduction Fund (HRF). The deadline to submit an LOI is January… Read more »

2019-20 Year in Review: Collective Impact Network

The Year in Review   In the last year, through the omnipresent and work-altering impacts of COVID-19, PAN has continued to steer the ‘coordinated and effective community-based response to HIV and hepatitis C in our province’, the stated goal of the Collective Impact Network (CIN). An added uncertainty was that all the community contracts with… Read more »

The 2020/2021 Civil Forfeiture Crime Prevention and Remediation Grant program is now accepting applications. Applications are available for the following funding streams: Crime Prevention Indigenous Healing Restorative Justice Gender-based Violence, Violence Against Women, Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Domestic Violence Prevention / Intervention Programming Human Trafficking; Sexual Exploitation; and Sex Worker Safety Child and Youth… Read more »

The Year in Review: Message from PAN Leadership

Rising to the challenges of our times J. Evin Jones, Executive Director and Board Co-Chairs, Katrina Jensen and Patrick McDougall   Dear Friends, Since the time of last year’s annual report, while PAN and our member organizations have realized many successes, it has been an incredibly challenging year. The overdose crisis is worse than ever… Read more »

Second Round of the Emergency Community Support Fund

In May 2020, the Government of Canada announced a $350 million Emergency Community Support Fund to support charities and non-profit organizations adapting frontline services to better serve vulnerable Canadians during this pandemic. Community organizations may apply for funds through the Canadian Red Cross, Community Foundations of Canada or the United Way Centraide network until October… Read more »