$3.3 Million in Support of Saskatchewan Programs!

Saskatchewan communities will benefit from 324 grants totaling $3,369,832 from the CIF's February 1st and April 1st deadlines. These grants will contribute to the wellbeing of 118 communities across Saskatchewan!

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Amisk Lake Youth Program Community Story

Community Story:
Amisk Lake Youth Program

The Amisk Lake Youth Program provides a safe and fun place for youth aged 6 to 18 to go outside of school hours. The program is located in the Northern Village of Denare Beach, on the eastern shore of Amisk Lake. Being a satellite community, most extracurricular opportunities are outside of the village –the Amisk Lake Youth Program provides a chance for youth to participate in programming right in their own community.

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Celebrating 25 Years

The Community Initiatives Fund is celebrating twenty-five years of granting and leadership in Saskatchewan. A lot has changed over the past twenty-five years, but what hasn't changed is CIF's commitment to supporting community-based, community-led initiatives that enhance wellbeing for Saskatchewan citizens. 

As of March 31, 2021, CIF has approved a total of $175 million in grants to support the delivery of programming, services, commemorative events, and facility improvements in 510 communities across the province. Looking to the future, CIF will continue to support initiatives that enable participation in inclusive programming that supports the wellbeing of Saskatchewan individuals, families, and communities. 

Join us as we take a look back at CIF's longstanding history and reflect on the years to come. These milestones, relationships, and learnings are explored through the Celebrating 25 Years publication. 

Celebrating 25 Years PublicationCelebrating 25 Years Video

 


Scam Alert!

There is someone that we believe is from the US posing as staff from the Community Initiatives Fund. They contact people through Facebook claiming that the person’s name is listed on CIF’s ‘winners list’ and request bank information to transfer their winnings. If you are contacted by someone in regard to this, we urge you to contact your local authorities.

To be clear, this is NOT the Community Initiatives Fund. We ONLY fund incorporated Saskatchewan nonprofit organizations through a rigorous application and review process. We do not provide funds to individuals. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our Executive Director, Tracey Mann at 306.780.9395.



 

 


 

Scam Alert! There is someone that we believe is from California posing as staff from the Community Initiatives Fund. They contact people through Facebook claiming that the person’s name is listed on CIF’s ‘winners list’ and request bank information to transfer their winnings. If you are contacted by someone in regard to this, we urge you to contact your local authorities.To be clear, this is NOT the Community Initiatives Fund. We ONLY fund incorporated Saskatchewan nonprofit organizations through a rigorous application and review process. We do not provide funds to individuals. If you have any questions or concerns, please visit our website at www.cifsask.org or contact our Executive Director, Tracey Mann at 306.780.9395.