Posted by: Youth Service Network & We Belong Project | March 14, 2012

Grants!!! Got an idea? Talk to a youth worker and make it happen!!

Community Recreation Investment Program (application due March 29, 2012)

The Community Recreation Investment program (formerly minor recreation grants) provides short-term funding to projects that demonstrate the potential to contribute in a meaningful way to the City’s goal to improve access for all Torontonians to recreation services that support social and physical development particularly those with the greatest need.  View

Access, Equity & Human Rights Investment Program (application due March 27, 2012)

The Access, Equity and Human Rights (AEHR) Investment Program is an investment funding program that supports the capacity of community organizations and residents to act on human rights, accessibility, equity, discrimination and hate crime concerns in their neighbourhoods and communities. By providing project funding to community organizations, the City is able to promote access, equity and respect for human rights in more ways than it would be able to accomplish on its own. View

Community Safety Investment Program (application due March 21, 2012)

The Community Safety Investment Program is an investment funding program that helps the City of Toronto achieve its social, economic and cultural goals by engaging community-based organizations in efforts to reduce violence and increase safety for the most vulnerable groups in Toronto. The Community Safety Investment (CSI) provides project funding for outcome focussed activities that build community capacity for violence prevention and increase safety for the most vulnerable groups in Toronto. View

City of Toronto Access, Equity and Human rights Awards. Deadline May 7, 2012

Do you know someone who is working eliminate violence, racism, sexism,  homophobia, homelessness, hate crimes, hunger, poverty and illiteracy in Toronto? Do you know someone who is building a city where everyone can participate in the social cultural economic, recreational and political life of Toronto? View

Laidlaw Foundation: Youth Organizing Grants. Deadline- March 26, 2012

Laidlaw Foundation: Youth Organizing Grants View

Call for proposals: Vital Youth grant program. Deadline- April 15, 2012

Toronto Community Foundation: Vital Youth We’re supporting our city’s youth by providing increased access to recreation through the Vital Youth grant program. Vital Youth grants invest in high-quality recreational programs for young people that help them connect to their community, interact with their peers, and develop their skills and leadership abilities. *Apply by Thursday April 5, 2012.*   http://www.tcf.ca/communityorganizations/vitalyouth.html View

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