South Saskatchewan Vital Community Fund
As many programs and events are already being cancelled and postponed, we encourage you to contact us should you anticipate not being able to fulfill any SSCF granting requirements; email email@example.com and/or firstname.lastname@example.org to start a discussion about possible options.
*Formerly known as the Smart & Caring Fund
May 15th Deadline (May 16th for 2022) (11:45pm)
Please Note: Guidelines and Criteria may change prior to the application process opening for the May 15 deadline.
The application process will be open in our Online Grant Portal March 1, 2022.
Guidelines and Criteria
The South Saskatchewan Community Foundation (SSCF) grants to charitable activities that promote and enhance vibrant, healthy and caring communities in south Saskatchewan. The purpose of the South Saskatchewan Vital Community Fund is to allow the SSCF to respond to areas of focus identified in its current Vital Signs Report.
The Vital Signs research identifies Belonging as the top community indicator, and six emerging issues:
1) Sustaining rural communities;
2) Drug abuse and addiction;
3) Safety in communities;
4) Racism towards new immigrants and Indigenous peoples
5) Homelessness and affordable housing; and
6) Mental health.
A grant up to a maximum of $5000 may be awarded to successful applicants.
(Activities must take place in south Saskatchewan: from Davidson west to the Alberta border, east to the Manitoba border, and south to the United States border.)
How to Apply
To be considered a complete application, the following documentation must be received by SSCF by the deadline (May 16, 2022 – 11:45pm):
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