Town of Collingwood - Parks, Recreation and Culture (PRC) Department
02/03/20 4:00 PM
Grants to Ontario nonprofit organizations, volunteer groups, and charities for programs benefiting the community in eligible regions. Applicants must contact the Funding Source staff prior to submitting an application. Funding is intended for projects requesting either in-kind services or direct financial assistance, or for one project requesting both types of grants. Eligible organizations will operate cultural or recreational programs supporting the health and wellbeing of community residents in the Town of Collingwood.
The Town of Collingwood Parks, Recreation & Culture (PRC) Master Plan consists of strategies to strengthen and develop recreation and culture programs, services, and facilities which provide the most impact in the community, and reflect a range of arts, cultural, recreation, and sport opportunities. For the purposes of this grant program, “Projects” are special events, programs or activities that demonstrate support for at least one of the following objectives from the Parks, Recreation & Culture Master Plan:
Commencing in 2020, Community Recreation and Culture Grants will involve two types of grants, Financial Grants and In-Kind Facility Grants. Applicants may apply for both a Financial Grant and an In-Kind Facility Grant on one application, if it is for the same project.
For detailed Project Eligibility, see URL for Full Text.
GrantWatch ID#: 148641
Financial Grants: Applicants must select between two grant amounts:
$1,500 (16 grants of this amount will be awarded annually)
$5,000 (5 grants of this amount will be awarded annually)
Unsuccessful applicants for $5,000 will not then be considered for $1,500.
In-Kind Grants: Up to $5,000.
A total of $35,000 in In-Kind Grants will be distributed annually.
Applicants are responsible for calculating the value of their in-kind requests using the posted Fees & Services Schedule.
Projects must be open to the public and take place between March 1, 2020 and February 28, 2021.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Application Portal: https://www.collingwood.ca/node/2018#overlay-context=node/863/draft
PRC Funding Source Staff:
T: (705) 444-2500, Ext. 3287
Town of Collingwood
P.O. Box 157, 97 Hurontario Street
Collingwood, Ontario L9Y 3Z5
T: (705) 445-1030
F: (705) 445-2448
Town of Collingwood, Ontario
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