The CIF’s Community Grant Program adjudication committees are composed of volunteers from across the province with diverse experiences and knowledge relevant to the CIF's funding objectives. Committee members come from a variety of professional careers including nonprofit leaders, recreation professionals, educators, artists, municipal administrators as well as community volunteers.
Adjudication Committees are responsible for reviewing applications and making grant recommendations to the CIF Board of Directors.
The Northern, Central and South committees review applications for projects within those regional areas, while the Provincial committee reviews applications for projects that occur in more than one region or that involve participation from throughout Saskatchewan. A description of the regions is available here.
The CIF currently has adjudication committee members from 17 various communities across Saskatchewan, stretching out as north as La Loche and as south as Estevan!
Adjudication Committee Call for Interest
Each year, the CIF invites applications from individuals throughout Saskatchewan who are interested in serving on one of CIF’s four Community Grant Program adjudication committees. Recruitment will begin again in Fall 2017. Please find an example of the previous 2016 recruitment package here.
Note: this package will be updated and reposted in Fall 2017. If you are interested in applying, please check back in early October 2017 or sign-up to our e-update to receive a reminder email of when to apply!
If you have any questions about the application process or adjudication requirements, contact Matt Leisle at 306.780.9397 or firstname.lastname@example.org.