The HRCIF supports a holistic response to human service needs and is part of Halton’s approach to Community Safety and Well-Being (CSWB) planning. To be considered for funding, programs and initiatives must:
For more information about the CSWB objectives, see the CSWB web page (https://www.halton.ca/The-Region/Projects-and-Initiatives/Community-Safety-and-Well-Being-in-Halton) and the CSWB 2020 Population Level Indicator Report listed in Supporting Documents below.
To be considered for funding, the program or for which funds are requested must:
For further information on program eligibility, see https://www.halton.ca/getmedia/08ae9001-d6f9-4dc0-84c3-bbf333e54f17/HRCIF-guidelines-for-2024-funding-category-two.aspx#page=6.
The HRCIF has two categories of funding. These guidelines are for Category Two. Category Two awards funding for up to three years of funding per grant, with no set maximum on the amount of funding that can be requested. The applicant must be an incorporated non-profit and a registered charity.