Leading and Learning Program - Individual Leadership Fund
Grants to Ontario Nonprofits for
Senior Mangement Leadership Training
Senior Mangement Leadership Training
Foundation / Corporation
11/13/17 2:00 PM Receipt
Grants of up to $10,000 to Ontario nonprofit organizations for opportunities for senior management staff to participate in professional leadership training in a recognized leadership institution. Interested applicants are strongly encouraged to contact the funding source to evaluate their application prior to applying. Funding is intended specifically for leaders of charitable organizations in one of three areas: environment, performing arts, and local economies. Applicants can apply for grants to cover the costs of designated program fees, along with associated travel and accommodation expenses. A strong proposal will provide the rationale for why the designated program is of value to the applicant’s work, including how it will enhance their contributions to their organization and sector.
Applicants must work in one of Metcalf’s three program areas:
- Environment – Organizations must be working to build a low-carbon, resource efficient, and resilient Canada. The lead charitable organization must be based in the City of Toronto.
- Performing Arts – Professional theatre, dance, music, or opera companies working to leverage opportunities for new approaches and shared learning in the performing arts. All organizations must be based in the City of Toronto.
- Inclusive Local Economies – Organizations must be working to improve the economic livelihoods of low-income people in Toronto. All organizations must be based in the City of Toronto.
This fund has been designed for individuals who work for a charitable organization in a leadership position with decision-making authority, and who have made notable contributions to the non-profit sector.
Applications must be submitted by the charitable organization that employs the leader. The organization must have a current, valid charitable registration from the Canada Revenue Agency.
Examples of programs would be those offered at the Banff Centre and the Rockwood Leadership Institute. Funding support will be conditional upon acceptance to the training opportunity. Applications can, however, be submitted to the Foundation prior to program application and/or acceptance.
For the Individual Leadership Fund, applicants can apply for grants up to $10,000.
As a charitable foundation registered with the Canada Revenue Agency, the Metcalf Foundation can only provide grants to organizations with charitable status. Applications must be submitted, therefore, by the charitable organization that employs the leader.
Current Metcalf Foundation grantees may apply to the Leading & Learning program as long as the proposed activity does not duplicate existing work funded by the Foundation.
While Leading & Learning is a Foundation-wide initiative, individuals and organizations are strongly encouraged to contact the appropriate Program Director (Performing Arts, Inclusive Local Economies, or Environment) to discuss their ideas in advance of submitting an application.
For 2017 awards, applications for the Individual Leadership Fund will be accepted on or before 2:00pm, November 13, 2017.
See Supporting Documents below for grant application guidelines.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit application to: firstname.lastname@example.org
416-926-0366 x 233
38 Madison Avenue
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