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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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.


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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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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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Enews October 2015

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Oct 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
  - Northern Tour Outcomes!
  - CIF Feature Story: TransSask Outreach Program! 

  - Other Funding Sources:

  • Forever... in motion Grant
  • Multicultural Education Initiatives 
  • First Nation's Member Recreation Grant 
  • Metis Cultural Development Fund Grant
  • Community Rink Affordability Grant
  - CIF Grant Tip: The Review Process!   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Next Application Deadline: FEBRUARY 1, 2016

Don't Miss it!

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

Summer Grant: Support activities for children and youth that occur between May 1 and 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.


CIF 2015 Northern Tour Outcome! 

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Feature Story: 

TransSask Support Services - Rural Outreach Project!

newlogosmallurl.pngTransSask Support Services' Rural Outreach Project was developed in June of 2015 with the drive to bring information and opportunities for education and training about Saskatchewan's transgender community to groups and organizations located in areas outside the cities of Saskatoon and Regina.

The Rural Outreach Project has two target audiences: 1) rural area service providers, businesses, nonprofit organizations and other groups; and 2) transgender people. "Through working together with rural area service providers, we hope to offer training and information, and through partnership with these service providers, ultimately make available a network of resources and support accessible by transgender folk living in rural Saskatchewan" says Mikayla Schultz - Executive Director of TransSask Support Services Inc. 

"Our very first funding opportunity, thanks to the CIF, has provided us the chance to employ a transgender individual, improving their quality of life immensely. Because of extremely high levels of oppression and discrimination, transgender people often find themselves unemployed and living in poverty at rates far higher than any average. We are really excited to be able to provide opportunity to our community" says Schultz. 

The project will bring to many people, a source of information and support where they would otherwise not have. Through training opportunities, TransSask Support Services hopes to help service providers better understand transgender people and their obligations to serve them as they would any other person, in spite current stigmas. "It goes without saying, this increase of awareness by rural area service providers will make for improved conditions for transgender folk in their day to day interactions within their local communities" says Schultz. 

transsask quote.png"I'm proud to be who I am and to be a part of this community. Helping pioneer safety and protection for the next generation. There are so many strong, amazing people to learn from and grow with. We will make it!" This quote is from a transgender man (assigned female at birth) during a conversation about filing a Human Rights complaint after being denied a change of gender marker on Saskatchewan Government issued identification. This individual came into contact with TransSask through their website, a common portal for urban and rural folk, seeking information and support as he dealt with the social and psychological impact of being refused legal recognition of his lived gender. As a result of having identification incongruent to his gender, he cited incidents of being refused medical services, banking services, and was concerned that he would not be able to secure employment because of the current state of his identification. These are the types of problems TransSask is prepared to deal with, but did not have any connection to many trans folk in rural areas of Saskatchewan until the Rural Outreach Project.

Find this Feature Story PDF here


Other Funding Sources: 

SPRA Forever...in motion Grant – Deadline: October 15, 2015 
The purpose of this grant is to support communities to start a program and become a new Forever...in motion host site. This is a program that helps older adults become physically active through volunteer, peer, or staff led physical activity groups. The goal is to improve and maintain the health of older adults living in the community through support, education, research, partnerships and the promotion of healthy lifestyles. Click here for more information. 

MCoS Multicultural Education Initiatives – Deadline: October 30, 2015
MCoS offers this grant to schools and school boards in Saskatchewan to benefit students though the classroom and professional development projects that promote the understanding, respect, appreciation, acceptance and celebration of all people as equally valuable in our society. Click here for more information. 

SPRA First Nation's Member Recreation Grant – Deadline: October 31, 2015 
The purpose of this SPRA grant is to assist First Nation members to develop recreation opportunities in the First Nation communities within Saskatchewan. This grant will focus solely on the development of recreation opportunities, as recreation plays a key role in promoting healthy lifestyle choices and should be available to all Saskatchewan residents. Click here for more information.

SaskCulture Metis Cultural Development Fund – Deadline: November 2, 2015 
The fund is intended to preserve, strengthen and share Metis culture, traditions and leadership in Saskatchewan. Priority will be given to projects that will provide a significant opportunity to preserve and promote Metis culture and identity. Click here for more information. 

SPRA Community Rink Affordability Grant – Deadline: December 15, 2015 
This supports the maintenance and operation of indoor skating and curling ice surfaces - the hub of healthy, active Saskatchewan communities. Eligible applicants can receive $2,500 per indoor ice surface. Click here for more information.


CIF Grant Tip Presents: The Review Process!

 What happens after you submit a grant application?

So you’ve submitted an application for a grant to the CIF. Now what? The CIF Grants Administrator will review all applications to confirm basic eligibility requirements are met and the application is complete. Applicants may be contacted by the CIF Grants Administrator to provide clarification or further detail on their budget or proposed project. Eligible applications will then be forwarded to the relevant adjudication committee, based on the location and/or type of project.

The CIF’s adjudication committees are composed of volunteers from across the province with varied experience and knowledge to assist with application reviews and making recommendations to the CIF Board. Funding recommendations are based on a competitive, merit-based process. CIF program funding is limited, and not every eligible application may receive funding. The amount approved for each project may be less than the amount requested and is based on how closely the project meets grant criteria, eligible expenses, the number of requests received, and consideration for providing support across the province. 

Recommendations from the adjudication committees are forwarded to the CIF Board for final consideration and approval. Applicants will receive written notification of the outcomes of their funding requests within two months of the application deadline. 

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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 September 2015

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Sept 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 
develoment, youth 
programming, volunteer
 leadership, physical activity, 
 Aboriginal  inclusion, facility 
upgrades or renovations,
    and community celebrations.   

 In this e-update:

  - CIF Deadline quickly approaching!
  - You're invited to the 2015 Northern Tour!    

  - CIF Feature Stor: Forever in Motion

  - Resources:

  • Time for the Plural Sector
  • Upstream
  • Election Rules for Nonprofits
  • Writing Effective Funding Proposals 

  - Other Funding Sources:

  • GoodLife Kids Foundation
  • Multicultural Initiatives Fund
  • Aboriginal Arts & Culture Leadership Grant 
  • Viterra Community Investment Program
  • Grant Opportunities Booklet
  - CIF Grant Tip: New CIF Resources!
  • Program Guidelines
  • Application Guidelines
  • Sample Applications     

Next Application Deadline: OCTOBER 1, 2015

Don't Miss it!

Thinking of applying to our Community Grant Program or Community Places and Spaces Program? The next deadline is midnight October 1st. We encourage you to submit your application well before the deadline to allow time for questions and avoid technology snags - they do happen! 

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

Community Places and Spaces Program: Offers grants for small capital projects and upgrades to multi-use community facilities. Deadline: October 1. APPLY HERE.


Reminder: you are invited to the
Community Initiatives Fund 2015 Northern Tour! 

The CIF is hitting the road from Sept 8-11th to host grant writing workshops in Northern Saskatchewan communities!

Sept 8 – La Loche – Dene High School – 1pm-4pm 
Sept 9 – Buffalo Narrows – Lakeview Complex – 10am-2pm 
Sept 10 – Ile-a-la-Crosse – St. Joseph’s Hospital – 1pm-4pm 
Sept 11 – Pinehouse – Village Hall – 10am-2pm 
Lunches will be provided! 

The first half of this workshop provides information on the CIF and the projects it funds as well as shares basic tips and resources for writing successful grant applications. The second half of this workshop is optional as it provides a hands-on opportunity for you to ask questions and get your application process started! Make sure to bring your most enthralling ideas! 

Please register by contacting Rhonda Newton at 306.780.9308 or rnewton@cifsask.org.

Spread the word! Click here for your copy of CIF’s 2015 Northern Tour poster to hang in your community.


Feature Story: Forever in Motion - Fitness for Older Adults

Carrot River’s Forever In Motion – Fitness for Older Adults program, supported in part through a grant from the Community Initiatives Fund, provides fitness courses for their local senior citizen population. 
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This program is available today because of the support of a wonderful woman from the Carrot River community who was active and eager to share her passion for healthy living with everyone. She attended the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association (SPRA) Leader Workshop in Prince Albert and graciously helped create a fitness program for her peers. A 
six-week program trial had an overwhelming response from community members. This led to the training of a number of volunteers which provided the means to run an annual 6 month fitness program! 

Delivered by the Carrot River Recreation Board, the Forever In Motion program offers the SPRA Forever in Motion Leader Workshop within their community to train local senior citizens to become fitness leaders. After the workshop, these leaders will lead an annual 6 month fitness program for the peers. The exercises will be appropriate for all ages, abilities and will work towards increasing mobility, safety and quality living. 

The senior participants have expressed positive comments regarding this opportunity. Many enjoy the time to socialize and have expressed an increase in their energy levels and confidence. “Mostly the opportunity to be active in a safe and appropriate way is appreciated as this has often been a struggle for seniors; walking in poor weather holds a risk of falling, using the local gym was confusing; and some exercises proved too risky” says Miranda Blaber – the Town of Carrot River Recreation Department’s Recreation Director. “Overall the seniors are being more active, increasing their abilities, quality of life and enjoying time together!”

Find the Feature Story PDF here!

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Local participants of the Forever in Motion - Fitness for Older Adults Program     Photo credit: Miranda Blaber


Resources: 

Time for the Plural Sector article from Stanford Social Innovation Review 
plural sector - ssir.jpg Check out “Time for the Plural Sector” – a great article from the
 Stanford Social Innovation Review. “A healthy society requires a
 respected public sector, a responsible private sector, and a robust
 plural sector. Calling it “plural,” in place of inadequate labels like
 nonprofit or third, will help this sector take its rightful place
 alongside the other two and also help us to appreciate the unique
 role it has to play in restoring that balance.” Find the article here


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Have you heard about Upstream? Upstream is a movement to create a healthy society through evidence-based, people-centered ideas. Upstream seeks to reframe public discourse around addressing the social determinants of health in order to build a healthier society. Also, Upstream is a nonprofit based right here in Saskatchewan! Watch this video or head to the website to learn more. 

Election Rules for Nonprofits (that are not charities) 
democracy-amp-nonprofits-(1).jpg Non-profits play a crucial role in making democracy vibrant and
 effective. However, this role can be hampered if non-profits aren’t sure
 how election rules apply to them or their activities. To help deal with
 this confusion, Samara put together an article to help non-profits pursue
 their mission and communicate with clarity and confidence this
 campaign season. Click here for the article!


 Charitable organizations have more stringent rules they must adhere to.
 More info here


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Mary Walters shares tips and suggestions on how to get the maximum impact from your grant-writing efforts. “After about thirty years of looking at grant proposals from every perspective imaginable, I know the reason for Application Procrastination. And I am going to share it with you. I am also going tell you how you can overcome it. After reading this article, your grant applications are going to be better written – and stronger contenders for funding – than they’ve ever been before.” More here!

Need a crash course in effective proposal writing techniques? Charity Village’s Proposal Writing eLearning course will help you learn how to create memorable objectives, create a program budget, produce and evaluation plan, and more! More info!
 

Other Funding Sources: 

GoodLife Kids Foundation – Deadline: Oct 30, 2015 
The GoodLife Kids Foundation has recently redefined their Grant Criteria and the kinds of programs their Grant Program will support. They now accept requests for funding for inclusive physical activity programs for children with special needs. More info...

Multicultural Initiatives Fund – Deadlines: Sept 30, 2015 & March 31, 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. More info...

Aboriginal Arts and Cultural Leadership Grant – Deadline: Oct 15, 2015 
The Aboriginal Arts and Culture Leadership Grant supports the sharing of cultural skills and knowledge to young people through participatory cultural activity with First Nations or Métis arts and culture leaders. More info...

Viterra Community Investment Program 
Through the Community Investment Program, Viterra is committed to contributing to positive social outcomes in the communities. Viterra provides support in the following three areas: promoting sports and recreation in rural communities with a focus on youth; Agricultural awareness and related activities; and promoting grain industry education & safety. More info...

Grant Opportunities Booklet – from the Sask Parks & Recreation Association 
The SPRA Grant Opportunities Booklet is a great starting point for both professionals and volunteers working within our sector looking for grants to support projects, programs or initiatives. SPRA has compiled over 130 unique grant opportunities specific to sport, culture and recreation. Click here for the Grants and Funding Opportunities booklet. 


CIF Grant Tip Presents: 
New CIF Resources to help you through the grant writing process!

COMMUNITY GRANT PROGRAM Resources 
CGP GUIDELINES (English)   CGP GUIDELINES (French) - The CGP guidelines provide information on the activities this program supports, CIF’s current priorities, who is eligible to apply, application deadlines and amounts, the application and review process, and eligible and ineligible expenses. 

CGP Application Guides
 - The information in this guide is designed to help you complete your CGP application as easily as possible! 

CGP Sample Application
 - This sample application is based on a successful CGP application. It is designed to assist you in the application process by providing an example of several of the features we are looking for in an application! 

COMMUNITY PLACES AND SPACES PROGRAM Resources 
CPS GUIDELINES (English)    CPS GUIDELINES (French) - The CPS Program guidelines provide information on who is eligible to apply, application deadlines and amounts, the application and review process, and eligible and ineligible expenses. 

CPS Application Guides
 - The information in this guide is designed to help you complete your CPS Program application as easily as possible! 

CPS Sample Application
 - This sample application is based on a successful CPS Program application. It is designed to assist you in the application process by providing an example of several of the features we are looking for in an application!

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 onFacebookTwitter for weekly tips on how to write successful grant applications as well as other exciting updates, news stories, and resources!


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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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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. You may unsubscribe by clicking unsubscribe.

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