Alberta Children's Services and the City of Lloydminster
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Grants to Alberta nonprofit organizations to develop and enhance preventive social service programs that benefit the residents of Lloydminster. Funding is intended to support services that improve the social well being and quality of life for local individuals, families, and communities, and strengthen their ability to prevent and cope in crisis situations.
FCSS serves the whole community by initiating and/or supporting community needs assessments, community planning processes, and developing and implementing projects to address community-wide needs. The provision of community-wide services such as community directories, information and referral services and volunteer centers are examples of FCSS involvement in community development.
Services provided under a program must:
For example, FCSS may provide funding to Boys and Girls Clubs, because they fit the FCSS' criteria of social programs that are preventive in nature with positive social outcomes provided through various activities. For a detailed list of eligible expenses, see https://www.lloydminster.ca/en/living-in-lloydminster/resources/Documents/PAIL.pdf#page=12.
All applications must be in alignment with a strategic direction, outcome, indicator, and measure question from the FCSS Measures Bank. Programs that target the general community, adults, or families would use the FCSS Measures Bank; programs that target children and youth use the FCSS Children and Youth Measures Bank (see Supporting Documents below). Provincial Priority Measures are preferred.
GrantWatch ID#: 148030
The grant period is January 1 to December 31, 2020. The program must take place and expenditures must occur within this period.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Mail or Drop-off the application to:
Attn: FCSS Lloydminster
4420 - 50 Avenue
Lloydminster, AB T9V 0W2
Or, email a signed PDF to: email@example.com
780-875-6184 Ext. 2919
City of Lloydminster
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