Category: Funding

from the Federation of Community Social Services of BC The Federation of Community Social Services of BC is excited to announce two important changes to the Community Social Services Training Fund (CSSTF) for the 2021-22 fiscal year. Apply for Both Funding Streams As of April 2021, organizations can apply for both the Support for Certification/Education… Read more »

  from the Public Health Agency of Canada We are pleased to inform you about the launch of the Healthy Canadians and Communities Fund (HCCF). The HCCF will support interventions that focus on behavioural risk factors (physical inactivity, unhealthy eating, and tobacco use) with the aim of preventing the main chronic diseases of diabetes, cardiovascular… Read more »

  From the Public Health Agency of Canada Getting a vaccine is one of the best ways to protect against COVID-19 and other serious infectious diseases. The Government of Canada recognizes that communities play a critical role in building vaccine confidence. Vaccine confidence means people feel they have the information they need to make an… Read more »

  A number of federal departments have recently launched funding opportunities for vaccine confidence-focused initiatives in Canada. These opportunities will support a broad range of research, communications and interventions initiatives, and may be of interest to you and your organization. These funding opportunities complement funding available through the Immunization Partnership Fund, which recently closed its… Read more »

Community Social Services Training Fund

Applications for funding from the Community Social Services Training Fund (CSSTF) are now being accepted.   There are two grant streams that organizations may apply for. Support for Certification/Education Individual Grant (up to $1,500) Support for Organizational Training Grant (up to $10,000)   The Organizational Training Grant has three different application windows—each devoted to a… Read more »

From the Immunization Partnership Fund Team, The Public Health Agency of Canada The COVID-19 vaccination campaign is the largest mass vaccination campaign ever undertaken. It is a key component of our collective efforts to save lives and livelihoods. But research tells us that not everyone is planning to get vaccinated. Canadians have questions and require… Read more »

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 »