Tracey Mann
Executive Director

Welcome to the Community Initiatives Fund!

Many locally-led community projects and programs are being supported through the Saskatchewan Community Initiatives Fund. Our programs contribute to improved quality of life through grants supporting childhood development, positive life choices, active living, volunteerism, community celebrations and facility upgrades!




Employment Opportunity

Are you passionate about supporting community-based programming in Saskatchewan? Do you have a deep appreciation for the work of the nonprofit sector?  Are you comfortable working with technology and numbers?

If you answered “yes” you may be interested in applying for the position of Program Manager with the Community Initiatives Fund! The Program Manager is responsible for overseeing the delivery of our Community Grant Program, which distributes an average of $7 million annually to support more than 500 projects throughout Saskatchewan. Further details about the position can be found here.

Deadline to apply is Friday, June 28.


CIF Approves $6.4 M Supporting 407 Projects

The Community Initiatives Fund (CIF) is delighted that Saskatchewan communities will benefit from 407 grants totaling $6,411,037 from CIF’s February 1st and April 1 st deadlines. CIF supports initiatives that enhance the quality of life and wellbeing of people living throughout Saskatchewan. 

The range of programs, organizations, and communities supported by the CIF is truly inspiring,” shared Tracey Mann, Executive Director of the Community Initiatives Fund. “The projects supported reflects the dedication and hard work of the volunteers and community-based organizations across Saskatchewan who ensure that individuals have access to services, supports and programming designed to improve their wellbeing.”

View our Media Release and Grant List.


Feature Story: Bringing Bullying & Harassment Prevention Education to SK Rural Communities

The goal of this project is to host five Youth Symposiums to train 140 youth from various communities in Saskatchewan as Youth Facilitators of Red Cross bullying prevention and healthy youth relationships programs. Youth aged 11 to 16 are the focus for this two-day school-based training. Once trained, these youth host workshops, facilitate presentations, and organize school and community-wide activities that model healthy behaviours, promote healthy relationships and equip their peers with skills in communication, conflict resolution, and how to safely intervene to stop bullying when they see it happening.

Find the full story here