Foundation / Corporation
Law Foundation of Prince Edward Island (LFPEI)
10/07/19 5:00 PM AST
Grants to Prince Edward Island organizations and individuals for activities that strengthen the ability of citizens to access justice and legal knowledge. Applicants requesting more than $15,000 should contact program staff prior to applying. Funding is intended for projects that address the legal needs of underserved populations and increase access to legal education. While the project might be larger in geographic scope/impact, a direct benefit to those living on Prince Edward Island must be demonstrated.
Eligible programs are those that will address one or more of the following legal needs:
The Law Foundation of PEI (LFPEI) encourages projects that demonstrate:
While each application will be carefully considered, the Law Foundation of PEI may give priority to projects within its mandate that demonstrate collaboration with other organizations and where shared costs have been negotiated. As part of your application, you should highlight any collaborative agreements/partnerships and/or any shared funding agreements that are in place.
GrantWatch ID#: 156375
- Micro Grants: Less than $500
- Regular Grants: Less than $15,000
- Larger Grants: Greater than $15,000
For projects starting in 2020.
A grant is, unless otherwise specifically stated, solely applicable for the year and project for which it is made, and it cannot be assumed that funding will continue to be provided for subsequent year(s) and projects(s). Further funding requires reapplication.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submissions by email can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sheila Lund MacDonald, Executive Director
Law Foundation of PEI
49 Water Street Charlottetown,
PE C1A 1A3
Canada: Prince Edward Island
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