Enews January 2016

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Jan 2016

Is the Community 
Initiatives Fund in 
 your community yet? 

 

The CIF supports 
community projects that 
enhance the quality of life 
 for children, youth, & adults 
of all ages. Projects may
involve early childhood 
development, youth 
programming, volunteer
 leadership, physical activity, 
 Aboriginal inclusion, facility 
upgrades or renovations,
 and community celebrations.
 

 In this e-update:
 
  - Next CIF Deadline: February 1, 2016
  - CIF Media Release: Over $4.5 Million Awarded
  - CIF Feature Story: Assiniboia Tot Spot

  - Resources:

  • NEW: CIF's Resource Roundup: Evaluation
  • Volunteer Canada's Community Building Forum 
  • Become a HIGH FIVE Trainer 
  • Change Work Report
  • 2015 Hunger Count 
  - Other Funding Sources:
  • Young Canada Works 
  • Multicultural Initiatives Fund
  • Welcome Fund for Syrian Refugees
  • New arts initiative for Syrian Refugees
  -  CIF Grant Tip: Overhead Expenses

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Next Application Deadline: FEBRUARY 1, 2016

Don't Miss it!

Thinking of applying to our Community Grant Program Summer GrantThe next deadline is midnight February 1st. 

Summer Grant: Support activities for children and youth that occur between May 1 & August 31. Annual Deadline: February 1.

Community Grant Program: Community grants that enhance the health and wellbeing of Saskatchewan's children, youth and families. Annual Deadlines: April 1 & October 1. 

Community Places & Spaces Program: Offers grants for small capital projects and upgrades to multi-use community facilities. Final Deadline: October 1, 2016.


Over $4.5 Million Awarded to 273 Projects!  

We are excited to announce that 273 projects are receiving $4,551,287 in funding from the Community Initiatives Fund! These projects support a wide variety of projects across Saskatchewan through the Community Grant and Community Places and Spaces programs (October 1st deadline). Check out our media release for more information as well as the complete list of grant recipients and their projects!


Feature Story: Assiniboia Tot Spot, Assiniboia Early Years Coalition

Tot Spot is an indoor playspace for children ages 0-5 and their parent/caregivers in the community and surrounding area of Assiniboia. The first Tot Spot began in 2006, making this upcoming year its 10th year in operation. This program is open two mornings a week with a supervisor who plans special activities and events for the families as well as ensures families feel welcome. This program, supported in part through a grant from the Community Initiatives Fund, is of no cost to children and their parent/caregivers. 
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Tot Spot initially came about to give children a place to play and be physically active during the winter months, but over the years it has evolved to promote much more than just physical activity for the children. “It has been a great avenue to reach parents, especially stay at home mothers, with best practice advice. We have heard from many that this program is extremely helpful for mothers experiencing the ‘blues’ in a very geographically isolated area where getting out and finding support may be difficult” says Jill Zahariuk, Regional KidsFirst Community Developer. 

“Our goal is to give rural parents and children a place to socialize as well as promote activities that are engaging and developmentally appropriate for children” shares Jill. Not only is Tot Spot a great place for children and parents to build new friendships, but it is a hub for parenting advice and an excellent avenue for health care professionals to reach out to parents. Tot Spot has given parents a safe, non-judgmental place to spend quality time with their children. 

Click here for PDF of this month’s Feature Story.

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Resources: 

NEW: CIF's Resource Roundup: Evaluation
The CIF is starting off the New Year with a new addition to our e-updates! Every month, the CIF will feature a new Resource Roundup PDF on a specific topic. This month’s topic is on Evaluation! Find a webinar, toolkits, frameworks and guides on evaluation for nonprofits from the Ontario Nonprofit Network, Imagine Canada, Tamarack Institute, and more!

Volunteer Canada’s 2nd annual Community Building Forum
Join Volunteer Canada at the 2nd annual Community Building Forum for businesses and non-profits in Toronto on June 8-9, 2016. This year’s theme is Building Strong and Connected Communities. Over 150 leaders from diverse regions and sectors will explore ways to strengthen business-community engagement and employer-supported volunteering in Canada. Registration opens in January, 2016.  

Become a HIGH FIVE® Trainer 
Do you provide programming to children and youth? Are you interested in increasing quality assurance in your organization? Becoming a 
HIGH FIVE Trainer and utilizing HIGH FIVE  as a quality assurance tool for training and evaluation has helped many organizations throughout Saskatchewan. On April 13-15, 2016, SPRA will be hosting a HIGH FIVE Trainer course. Prior to this, on March 10-11, 2016, SPRA will be hosting 'HIGH FIVE Principles of Healthy Child Development' & 'Quest 2courses in Regina. These are prerequisits to becoming a HIGH FIVE Trainer. 
If this sounds like something that your organization could benefit from please contact Desirea Weninger at dweninger@spra.sk.ca or 306.780.9291 indicating your level of interest before January 15, 2016. 

Change Work: Valuing decent work in the not-for-profit sector
Change Work, a report by the Mowat Centre, Ontario Nonprofit Network and Toronto Neighbourhood Centres, explores the concept of decent work and its potential for the not-for-profit sector. It looks at the possible link between the health of the not-for-profit sector as an employer and its effectiveness in achieving community impact. 

2015 Hunger Count 
Food bank use has increased for the second consecutive year, and continues to hover at record levels, according to a national study released today by Food Banks Canada. The HungerCount 2015 report shows that 852,137 people – 305,366 of them children – accessed a food bank in March this year. Food bank use is 1.3% higher than in 2014, and a troubling 26% higher than in 2008, when the economic downturn started. This means that 175,000 more people each month are seeking assistance, compared to 2008. 

 


Other Funding Sources:

Young Canada Works - Deadline: Jan 15, 2016 
The Young Canada Works program is a joint collaboration between the National Trust for Canada and the Department of Canadian Heritage designed to provide students and recent graduates with work experience in the built heritage sectors. This program assists employers in the creation of jobs for students and recent graduates in such areas as historic research, heritage site interpretation, Doors Open events and much more. 

Multicultural Initiatives Fund - Deadline: Feb 1, 2016
The Multicultural Initiatives Fund (MIF) aims to advance multiculturalism in Saskatchewan by supporting projects encouraging people in Saskatchewan to share, learn, appreciate, respect and accept cultural diversity. 

Welcome Fund for Syrian Refugees
Manulife is partnering with Community Foundations of Canada to establish the Welcome Fund for Syrian Refugees (Welcome Fund). Manulife has donated $500,000 to seed the Welcome Fund. Canada’s community foundation network will also match this contribution at the local level, for a total investment of $1 million to communities that will support refugees. The Welcome Fund will address the refugees’ immediate needs for transitional housing, job training and skills development as identified by the Government. 

New arts initiative to support welcome of refugees to Canada
The Canada Council for the Arts and Sun Life Financial has established new arts initiative to support efforts to welcome Syrian refugees to Canada. Starting in April 2016, the Canada Council’s new initiative will support arts organizations that wish to provide free access to refugees to a performance, exhibition or arts event in their communities. The Canada Council will release further details in March 2016 for arts organizations who are interested in getting involved. 


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maximum of 20% of your CIF grant can go toward overhead expenses. Keep in mind, the final percent (up to 20%) for overhead expenses is determined based on the final grant approved.

Overhead is defined as: supervision, accounting fees, administration, insurance, rent, repairs, office supplies, telephone, utilities, and fundraising expenses – those expenses generally incurred by an organization to maintain operations. 

You must include your request for overhead expense funding in the budget section of your grant application form. Claiming overhead is optional for applicants. Invoices or receipts for overhead costs are not required to claim overhead expenses. 

Remember to double check your numbers to ensure that revenue and expenses match, and that the $ CIF column total in the budget matches your grant request. 

Click here for the PDF of this month’s Grant Tip. 

Have other questions about our grants? Drop us a line at admin@cifsask.org.


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Saskatchewan’s Community Initiatives Fund is a Special Purpose Fund created through The Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation Act and accountable to the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport. Our programs are funded through a portion of the Regina and Moose Jaw casino profits.

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Enews December 2015

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Dec 2015

Is the Community 
Initiatives Fund in 

 your community yet? 
 

The CIF supports 
community projects that 
enhance the quality of life 
 for children, youth, & adults 
of all ages. Projects may
involve early childhood 
development, youth 
programming, volunteer
 leadership, physical activity, 
 Aboriginal inclusion, facility 
upgrades or renovations,
 and community celebrations.
 

 In this e-update:
 
  - Next CIF Deadline: February 1, 2016
  - Call for Adjudication Committee Members!
  - CIF Feature Story: Amisk Lake Youth Program!

  - Resources:

  • GivingTuesday - December 1st
  • Mandatory Long-Form Census Restored 
  • 15 Roles that Volunteer Managers Play
  • Nonprofits Included in Top 100 Employers List 
  - Other Funding Sources:
  • WWF Canada's Loblaw Water Fund
  • Canada Council for the Arts Grant List
  • National Trust for Canada: This Place Matters
  -  CIF Grant Tip: Incorporated vs. Unincorporated

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Next Application Deadline: FEBRUARY 1, 2016

Don't Miss it!

Thinking of applying to our Community Grant Program Summer GrantThe next deadline is midnight February 1st. 

Summer Grant: Support activities for children and youth that occur between May 1 & August 31. Annual Deadline: February 1.

Community Grant Program: Community grants that enhance the health and wellbeing of Saskatchewan's children, youth and families. Annual Deadlines: April 1 & October 1. 

Community Places & Spaces Program: Offers grants for small capital projects and upgrades to multi-use community facilities. Final Deadline: October 1, 2016.


ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT TO APPLY:
Call for Adjudication Committee Applications
!

The Community Initiatives Fund is inviting applications from individuals throughout Saskatchewan who are interested in serving on one of our four Adjudication Committees. 

The Adjudication Committees will be responsible for reviewing applications to our Community Grant Program and making grant recommendations to the CIF Board of Directors.

  • Please find the call for interest details here: PDF
  • Please find the application form here: PDF  Word

To apply, send your completed application form to mleisle@cifsask.org by December 4, 2015.

If you have any questions about the committee application process or adjudication requirements, contact Matt Leisle at 306.780.9397 or mleisle@cifsask.org.  

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Feature Story: Amisk Lake Youth Program

Located on the east shore of Amisk Lake, Denare Beach has a permanent population of around 800. In December 2014, the Denare Beach Recreation Board introduced the Amisk Lake Youth Program. This after school and weekend program, supported in part through a grant from the Community Initiatives Fund (CIF), is free to all youth and their families. 
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This program benefits people of all ages and cultural backgrounds within the community and surrounding area. “This project has increased the wellbeing of the Denare Beach community in many ways. The youth have gained self-confidence and have learned life skills that they can take with them into their adulthood and pass onto their children” says Jody Lyle, Recreation Director. 

Along with numerous activities, nutritious snacks are offered after school and hot meals are offered on weekends. “A participant who loved to cook was able to learn how to make homemade soup from scratch. Prior to this he thought cooking meant opening a can of soup and heating it up” shares Lyle. This is but one story highlighting the importance of this well rounded program in this community. From physical activity, literacy, and nutrition, this program offers impactful activities that increase the wellbeing of many.

Click here for the PDF version of this month's Feature Story!

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Picture 1: Youth enjoying the new climbing wall.       Picture 2: Reading in the literacy room. 
Photo Credit: 
Laurie Stomp


Resources: 

GivingTuesday - GivingTuesday is a new National movement happening December 1 dedicated to giving and generosity. After Black Friday and Cyber Monday, imagine a day dedicated to giving back, around the world, across Canada, and in your own community. Watch the video here.   

Liberals to Restore Mandatory Long-form Census - The new Liberal government is bringing back the mandatory long-form census, an invaluable source of data for organizations that rely on up-to-date information on the unique needs of the communities they serve.

15 Roles that Volunteer Managers Play - Volunteer managers play multi-faceted roles that include selecting, supervising and connecting volunteers with causes in their communities. Volunteer managers build bridges between organizations and communities. They are key facilitators who help citizens get involved. Thanks to volunteer managers, volunteer programs across Canada are effective and engaging. Ensuring the well-being and happiness of an organization’s volunteers is central in their work.

Nonprofits & charities included in this year's Canada's Top 100 Employers List - The 2016 winners of the Canada's Top 100 Employers competition have recently been announced. The winning organizations collectively employ almost three-quarters of a million Canadians, but their influence on the nation's employment practices and working conditions extends far beyond. Now in its 16th year, the Canada's Top 100 Employers competition is an editorial project that recognizes employers with exceptional human resources programs and forward-thinking workplace policies. Congratulations to the nonprofits and charities that have made it into this year’s Top 100!



Other Funding Sources:

 WWF Canada's Loblaw Water Fund - Deadline: Dec. 14, 2015
WWF Canada is now accepting applications for the Loblaw Water Fund, a program supported by Loblaw Companies Limited with a total of $225,000 available to distribute between selected projects across the country. This fund provides grants to registered charitable organizations and not-for-profits working on critical projects that aim to protect and restore the health of freshwater in Canada. 

Canada Council for the Arts: Numerous Grants Available - Multiple Deadlines 
The Canada Council for the Arts has numerous grants on their website broken down into categories. These categories include: Dance; Media Arts; Music; Theatre; Visual Arts; Writing and Publishing; Audience and Market Development Office; Aboriginal Arts Office; Equity Office; Inter-Arts Office; Art Bank; Canadian Commission for UNESCO.

The National Trust for Canada launched This Place Matters 
This Place Matters is Canada's first national crowdfunding platform dedicated to heritage. Do you have a heritage place in need of critical restoration work or an innovative plan for adaptive-reuse? Or are you in the final stretch of a fundraising campaign and need a boost to attract those final contributions? This Place Matters can be the catalyst that helps your organization reach its goals.  


CIF Grant Tip Presents: Incorporated vs. Unincorporated

The Community Initiatives Fund can provide funding to an incorporated Saskatchewan nonprofit and charitable organization whose primary purpose and activities benefit Saskatchewan communities, OR an unincorporated volunteer community group that is endorsed by an eligible organization. 

If you are an incorporated Saskatchewan nonprofit then you must provide an active incorporation number which will be either a 6 digit or a 10 digit number. This number is different from the federal business or federal charitable number. 

Not incorporated? 
Then you will need an endorsing organization for your application which can be a Saskatchewan nonprofit, municipality, health region, or school/school division that agrees to receive, administer and account for CIF grants on your behalf. Should your application be approved, you will remain the main contact for the grant, however, the cheque will be made payable to the endorsing partner organization. 

There is no limit to the number of applications that an organization can be the endorsing partner for, and it does not affect them becoming an applicant themselves for a different project.

Click here for the PDF version of this month's Grant Tip. 

Have other questions about our grants? Drop us a line at admin@cifsask.org.


Get in Touch Today!

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Saskatchewan’s Community Initiatives Fund is a Special Purpose Fund created through The Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation Act and accountable to the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport. Our programs are funded through a portion of the Regina and Moose Jaw casino profits.

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PRIVACY POLICY
This Privacy Policy demonstrates our commitment to your privacy and the security and protection of your contact information. The CIF will not share or sell your contact information without your permission or unless ordered by a court of law. Our records indicate you have registered with the Community Initiatives Fund (CIF) or you have applied for a program grant through the CIF. Unsubscribe here
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Deadline Quickly Approaching: CALL FOR ADJUDICATION COMMITTEE APPLICATIONS!

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CALL FOR ADJUDICATION COMMITTEE APPLICATIONS

The Community Initiatives Fund is inviting applications from individuals throughout Saskatchewan who are interested in serving on one of our four Adjudication Committees!

The Adjudication Committees will be responsible for reviewing applications to our Community Grant Program and making grant recommendations to the CIF Board of Directors. The Northern, Central and South committees will review applications for projects within those regional areas, while the Provincial committee will review applications for projects that occur in more than one region or that involve participation from throughout Saskatchewan.

       - Please find the details here.
       - Please find the application here.

To apply, send your completed application form to mleisle@cifsask.org by December 4, 2015.

If you have any questions about the committee application process or adjudication requirements, contact Matt Leisle at 306.780.9397 or mleisle@cifsask.org

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Enews November 2015

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Nov 2015

Is the Community 
Initiatives Fund in 
 your community yet? 

 

The CIF supports 
community projects that 
enhance the quality of life 
 for children, youth, & adults 
of all ages. Projects may
involve early childhood 
development, youth 
programming, volunteer
 leadership, physical activity, 
 Aboriginal inclusion, facility 
upgrades or renovations,
 and community celebrations.
 

 In this e-update:
 
  - Next CIF Deadline: February 1, 2016
  - Call for Adjudication Committee Members!
  - CIF Feature Story: La Troupe du Jour 

  - Resources:

  • Vital Signs: Annual Report on the QoL in Regina
  • Belonging: Exploring Connections to Community 
  • Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement
  • GivingTuesday: National Movement
  - Other Funding Sources:
  • 2016 Celebrate Canada Funding
  • Young Professional Stewardship Grant
  • The Museum Grant Program
  • Girls' Fund Grants
  -  CIF Grant Tip: The Final Report

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Next Application Deadline: FEBRUARY 1, 2016

Don't Miss it!

Thinking of applying to our Community Grant Program Summer GrantThe next deadline is midnight February 1st. 

Summer Grant: Support activities for children and youth that occur between May 1 & August 31. Annual Deadline: February 1.

Community Grant Program: Community grants that enhance the health and wellbeing of Saskatchewan's children, youth and families. Annual Deadlines: April 1 & October 1. 

Community Places & Spaces Program: Offers grants for small capital projects and upgrades to multi-use community facilities. Final Deadline: October 1, 2016.


CALL FOR ADJUDICATION COMMITTEE APPLICATIONS

 The Community Initiatives Fund is inviting applications from individuals throughout Saskatchewan who are interested in serving on one of our four Adjudication Committees. 

The Adjudication Committees will be responsible for reviewing applications to our Community Grant Program and making grant recommendations to the CIF Board of Directors.

  • Please find the call for interest details here: PDF
  • Please find the application form here: PDF Word

To apply, send your completed application form to mleisle@cifsask.org by December 4, 2015.

If you have any questions about the committee application process or adjudication requirements, contact Matt Leisle at 306.780.9397 or mleisle@cifsask.org.  

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Feature Story: 30th Anniversary of La Troupe du Jour!

Celebrating its 30th Anniversary, La Troupe du Jour (LTDJ) wishes to create a season with major productions, to highlight its anniversary and provide exposure for many Saskatchewan artists. The project is composed of LTDJ's three productions: Entre plaine et savane by a Saskatchewan collective, Les belles-soeurs by Michel Tremblay and Le reflet de notre lune dansera by David Granger. 

The productions of LTDJ benefit the community at large by offering presentations across the province, building bridges between ethno-cultural groups, involving people from the community, and offering the show to as many people as possible, by offering English surtitles. The groups targeted include: African community, specifically those who ltdj quote.pngimmigrated from French-speaking countries; friends and family members of the community actors, those who don't necessarily come to the theatre; and young adults, to reach out to younger audiences.

Entre plaine et savane (took place on) Jul 11 - Aug 1, 2015
Le reflet de notre lune dansera 
- Jan 28, 2016 - Feb 7, 2016
Les belles-soeurs 
- March 2, 2016 - March 6, 2016


"This project is a lot about creating bonds" says the LTDJ Team. "Bonds between ethno-cultural groups, between past and present, between professionals and amateurs, and between our theatre company and the general public. It's about providing exposure for our Fransaskois artists and bringing performing arts to people who don't normally come to see live theatre. These bonds help bring joy, fun, learning, and entertainment to communities. These bonds help build community within the communities." 

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From left to right: Idayatu Bello, Sam Mitchell and Alexis Normand in the play Entre plaine et savane (from the Plains to the Savanah), Idayatu tells the African tale "La Cruche" (the pitcher/clay pot), Sam does drawings to illustrate the story, Alexis provides accompaniment on the guitar.  Photo Credit: Pamela Jaton

Visit the LTDJ website here! 

View this Feature Story PDF here!


Resources: 

 Vital Signs: Annual Report on the Quality of Life in Regina - The South Saskatchewan Community Foundation is pleased to launch its second annual Vital Signs 2015 report for the Regina Community. Vital Signs is an annual check-up conducted by community foundations to measure the vitality of communities across Canada. It gathers and publishes data on significant social and economic trends and assigns grades in areas critical to quality of life. 

Belonging: Exploring Connections to Community - This national Vital Signs report looks back over the past 50 years at our sense of belonging and where we as communities and a country are going next leading up to Canada's sesquicentennial in 2017 and beyond.

Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement 
- Volunteer Canada created the CCVI to support organizations that engage volunteers. The CCVI is a framework for involving volunteers in all levels of an organization. This includes volunteers working in leadership, direct services and virtual roles.

GivingTuesday - GivingTuesday is a new National movement happening December 1 dedicated to giving and generosity. After Black Friday and Cyber Monday, imagine a day dedicated to giving back, around the world, across Canada, and in your own community. Just as Black Friday kicks off the holiday shopping season, GivingTuesday is the opening day of the giving season. Watch the video here.   


Other Funding Sources:

 2016 Celebrate Canada Funding - Deadline: Nov 16, 2015
The Department of Canadian Heritage provides financial support for activities delivered during the Celebrate Canada period, from June 21 to July 1.

Young Professional Stewardship Grant - Deadline: Nov 30, 2015
This grant was developed to promote future work to achieve success with prairie conservation and endangered species management. It is for professional or aspiring conservationists between the ages of 18-30 who live and/or work in Alberta, Saskatchewan, or Manitoba.  

The Museum Grant Program - Deadline: Nov 30, 2015 
SaskCulture's Museum Grant Program provides three streams of operational support to qualifying museums throughout the province. 

Girls' Fund Grants - Deadline: Dec 2, 2015 
The Canadian Women's Foundation is pleased to announce they are now accepting proposals for Girls' Fund Grants for 2016-2020. The Girls' Fund Grants are intended to support community programs or networks designed to increase protective factors in girls aged 9 to 13 - such as confidence, critical thinking skills, social connectedness, and overall resilience. 


CIF Grant Tip Presents: The Final Report
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Grant recipients are required to submit a final report for all projects funded by CIF. The report is to be submitted within 60 days after the project end date, and must include copies of receipts, invoices, payroll records, etc. to verify project expenditures before the final payment representing 20% of the total grant will be released. Furthermore, if the financial verification is not received with the final report then the file is considered to be open and future applications will not be considered until the grant file has been closed.

We will accept an audited financial statement that includes a special section that clearly outlines the CIF grant and the project expenditures. Original documents and receipts must be kept by the grant recipient until the final report has been accepted by the CIF. Sample forms for claiming honorariums and mileage for pick-up and delivery are sent with the approval letters that outlines the necessary information required. 

Click here for our final report form. 

Have other questions about our grants? Drop us a line at admin@cifsask.org.


Get in Touch Today!

Sign-up to regularly receive CIF’s e-news, program updates and application reminders. We’d like to hear from you, too! 

Be sure to look out for us on
FacebookTwitter for weekly tips on how to write successful grant applications as well as other exciting updates, news stories, and resources!
 


Saskatchewan’s Community Initiatives Fund is a Special Purpose Fund created through The Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation Act and accountable to the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport. Our programs are funded through a portion of the Regina and Moose Jaw casino profits.
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CALL FOR ADJUDICATION COMMITTEE APPLICATIONS!

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CALL FOR ADJUDICATION COMMITTEE APPLICATIONS

 The Community Initiatives Fund is inviting applications from individuals throughout Saskatchewan who are interested in serving on one of our four Adjudication Committees!

 The Adjudication Committees will be responsible for reviewing applications to our Community Grant Program and making grant recommendations to the CIF Board of Directors.

       - Please find the details here.
       - Please find the application here.

 To apply, send your completed application form to mleisle@cifsask.org by December 4, 2015.

If you have any questions about the committee application process or adjudication requirements, contact Matt Leisle at 306.780.9397 or mleisle@cifsask.org

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