Foundation / Corporation
Grants of up to $20,000 to Saskatchewan ethno-cultural, Indigenous, or multicultural nonprofit organizations to promote values of diversity and multiculturalism. Applicants must schedule a consultation with program staff prior to applying. Supported projects will encourage citizens to share, appreciate, accept, respect, and learn about cultural diversity.
The MIF Annual Funding program objectives are to:
-Stimulate and support the advancement of cultural identity, intercultural understanding and issues related to social justice and harmony;
-Increase and complement the quality, quantity and reach of multicultural programs, projects and activities;
-Develop and support innovative and/or strategic approaches to the advancement of multiculturalism;
-Provide enabling resources to community-based organizations to ensure a wide range of multicultural programs and services are available;
-Support youth initiatives that will contribute to the future development of multiculturalism in society; and
-Support developing cultural organizations that require funds to establish ongoing operations and services in unique areas not already funded by conventional support systems.
Priority will be given to projects that are provincial-in-scope, multicultural, Indigenous and ethno-cultural organizations that provide ongoing services and programming which contributes to the advancement of multiculturalism in Saskatchewan.
All funds are to be used for the benefit of cultural development in Saskatchewan and for residents of Saskatchewan. Please note, in this year’s application there are additional statistical data questions about your organization and activities that SaskCulture uses for various reporting purposes.
The organization’s annual activities must meet at least one objective listed under the purpose of the MIF Annual program to be considered for funding.
Eligible expenses may include some wages for part-time staff: Wages for existing full-time staff assigned to program or project delivery can not be claimed. However, wages for regular part-time staff may be claimed, but a clear explanation of the number of hours they were working before the project start and then the additional hours worked per week will need to be provided in the budget section of the application.
GrantWatch ID#: 164856
Up to 50% of an organization’s annual budget, to a maximum of $20,000
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Paul Gingras, Outreach Consultant
1-306-9813 / 1-866-476-6830
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