British Columbia Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General - Community Safety and Crime Prevention Branch and Civil Forfeiture Office (CFO)
11/25/20 4:30 PM PST Receipt
Grants to British Columbia nonprofits, school districts, IHEs, law enforcement agencies, health agencies, and Indigenous organizations for projects to prevent different types of crime in the community. Funding is intended for project related expenses. Eligible project focus areas include crime prevention, restorative justice, indigenous healing, gender-based violence, domestic violence prevention, human trafficking, and child and youth advocacy centers.
2020 / 2021 Streams:
Funding is intended for direct project related expenses only. This may include staffing, supplies, resource development, operational support, and honorariums.
GrantWatch ID#: 182510
- Crime Prevention: Up to $75,000
- Restorative Justice: Up to $30,000
- Indigenous Healing: Up to $30,000
- Gender-based Violence, Violence Against Women, Domestic Violence, and Sexual Assault: Up to $30,000
- Domestic Violence Prevention / Intervention Programming: Up to $30,000
- Human Trafficking; Sexual Exploitation; and Sex Worker Safety: Up to $30,000
- Child and Youth Advocacy Centers: Up to $70,000
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
If you have any questions, or to submit an application, please email the Civil Forfeiture Grants team at CFOGrants@gov.bc.ca.
Crime Prevention, Restorative Justice:
Indigenous Healing, Violence Against Women, Human Trafficking:
Domestic Violence Prevention:
Child and Youth Advocacy Centers:
Federica Di Stefano
Canada: British Columbia;
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