The HRCIF enhances the health, safety and well-being of Halton residents through funding to nonprofit human service programs and initiatives. The HRCIF is part of Halton’s approach to community safety and well-being (CSWB) planning and supports a holistic response to human service needs. To be considered for funding, programs and initiatives must:
The HRCIF encourages collaborative applications that demonstrate a coordinated, integrated or collective impact approach to meet community needs.
HRCIF applicants must demonstrate that all public health guidance related to the COVID-19 pandemic will be followed in the delivery of programs and initiatives.
Category Two: Provides up to three years of funding to human service programs and initiatives that enhance the health, safety and well-being of Halton residents. Category Two will support new or existing programs and initiatives. Funding requests can include operational costs and capital items/equipment required to implement and deliver the program/initiative or improve service delivery.
In addition to achieving impact on one (or more) of Halton’s CSWB objectives, applicants are asked to demonstrate where the proposal fits within the following CSWB planning framework. The framework highlights four key areas that work together to make communities safer and healthier, including:
Estimated Total Program Funding: