Foundation / Corporation
The Stollery Charitable Foundation
07/31/20 - End of Business Day
Grants to Alberta registered charities for projects in the areas of education, health, and social services to benefit the local community in eligible regions. Applicants must contact the funding source prior to applying and submit an LOI prior to submitting a full proposal. The Foundation provides funds to local registered charities helping people in Edmonton and Kamloops.
The Foundation supports a wide range of projects. The areas of focus are health, social services (especially poverty reduction or poverty elimination projects), and education (including bursaries and scholarships for students attending post-secondary institutions). Other areas of interest include human rights and strengthening the charitable sector.
The Stollery Charitable Foundation funds a wide range of requests, including proposals for operational funding, capital campaigns, capacity building initiatives, pilot programs, renovations, equipment purchases, one-time initiatives, and special projects.
Applications for grants designed to provide creative solutions to social issues are welcome. Collaboration with other charitable agencies and/or co-funding opportunities with other granting sources is usually viewed favorably, particularly for projects exceeding $50,000.
GrantWatch ID#: 165737
Grants can range in size from a few thousand dollars up to $100,000 or greater. As a general rule, grants to first-time applicants rarely exceed $30,000.
The Foundation prefers to be considered as a granter and not as an ongoing funder. A grant usually involves a one-time donation. However, organizations may request a grant for a capital project with funding to be spread over a number of years or may request operational or project funding for up to three years.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
The Stollery Charitable Foundation
9910 103 ST NW
Edmonton AB T5K 2V7
Edmonton and Kamloops
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