United Way of Saskatoon and Area - Saskatoon Collaborative Funding Partnership
02/16/21 12:00 PM
Grants to Saskatchewan registered charities in eligible regions for programs that meet the vital needs of the community. Programs may focus on the areas of poverty relief, employment, building strong communities and neighborhoods, and supporting children's health, development, and education. Eligible programs benefit residents of the City of Saskatoon.
The focus of the United Way of Saskatoon and Area Community Initiatives Fund is intended to support non-profit organizations in Saskatoon & Area to develop and execute programs and services aligned with United Way’s Community Investment strategy. An underlying theme of “Vulnerable Individuals and Families” has been identified to act as a connector for the Community Investment strategy. UWS&A recognizes that all people can experience vulnerability in different ways at any point in their lives and as such, individuals and families may need to seek programs and services supported by UWS&A, ultimately, leaving the threat of falling into poverty.
The Fund's three focus areas are:
For desired outcomes of these focus areas, see: https://unitedwaysaskatoon.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/collaborative_funding_partnership_use_guide-jan-15th.pdf#page=6
GrantWatch ID#: 137975
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Director Labour Partnerships & Community Impact
United Way Saskatoon and Area
100-506 25th Street East Saskatoon
SK S7K 4A7
Canada: Saskatchewan: Saskatoon;
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