Category: Resource and Funding News

Please see the NEW Funding Opportunity: Enhanced Surveillance for Chronic Disease Program (ESCDP). The ESCDP provides grants and contributions funding to organizations to enhance their capacity for public health chronic disease and injury surveillance activities in order to address persistent public health surveillance evidence gaps and support the development of a robust evidence base on… Read more »

New Horizons for Seniors Program Funding Opportunity

On May 15, 2019, the Government of Canada launched the New Horizons for Seniors Program (NHSP) 2019-20 call for proposals for community-based projects across Canada. The NHSP is a federal grants and contributions program whose goal is to support projects that help improve the well-being and quality of life of seniors and foster social inclusion and engagement of… Read more »

Dear Stakeholders, We are pleased to announce the launch of the solicitation of Letters of Intent (LOI) for the Public Health Agency of Canada’s Harm Reduction Fund for the period of April 1, 2020 to March 31, 2022. The Harm Reduction Fund is investing $3M annually through this solicitation to support two-year projects across Canada… Read more »

PHSA Innovation Fund

The Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA) has released guidelines on their $100,000 Innovation Fund. This one-time funding for fiscal year 2019/2020 is dedicated to exploring innovative solutions with demonstrable impact to HIV and HCV in British Columbia. Projects may be provincially focused or regionally focused with the potential for scale up.   PHSA is particularly… Read more »

Background:In 2015, PAN began the BC People Living with HIV Stigma Index (BC Stigma Index), a community-based research (CBR) study to document the experiences of stigma and discrimination from the perspective of people living with HIV (PLHIV). One of the objectives of this study was to “support PLHIV to be Stigma Index leaders & build… Read more »

Women’s Wellness & Leadership Project

Vancouver Friends for Life Society is pleased to announce our new initiative to support women with lived experience of HIV and hepatitis C (HCV). The Women’s Wellness and Leadership Project is designed to support women in BC on their own path to health and wellness. The project is accepting applications from women up to $2500… Read more »

Giving Voice Call for Proposals

(Excerpt. See full call)   The Minister’s Advisory Council on Indigenous Women (MACIW) is pleased to announce a Call for Proposals for the Giving Voice 2019-2020 – 2020-2021 project. Funding is available for community groups and organizations who want to host or participate in community-based events that would “Give Voice” to stopping violence against Indigenous… Read more »

Via Public Health Agency of Canada   Dear HIV and Hepatitis C Community Action Fund Recipients, As we recognize World AIDS Day on December 1, the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is highlighting the efforts of community-based organizations across the country to reduce HIV, hepatitis C and other sexually transmitted and blood borne infections…. Read more »

2018/19 Civil Forfeiture Crime Prevention and Remediation Grant program is now accepting applications. Applications are available for the following funding streams: Crime Reduction and Crime Prevention Indigenous Healing and Rebuilding Serving Victims Through Restorative Justice: Enhancing Program Capacity Addressing Violence Against Women: Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Human Trafficking, Sexual Exploitation and Vulnerable Women in… Read more »

Community Innovation Grants Awarded to Address Overdose Crisis

The provincial government issued a news release October 12 announcing the recipients of Community Innovation grants through the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) and Community Action Initiative (CAI). A number PAN members are in this group, including AIDS Vancouver Island, Central Interior Native Health Society, Positive Living North, and ANKORS. Twenty-seven communities and organizations in British Columbia were… Read more »