Visual Identity Recognition Guidelines and LOGO
Click here to access a variety of CIF logo formats and our Visual Identity Guidelines. As a grant recipient you are required to acknowledge the CIF for its support of your community project.
The Living in Saskatchewan: A Quality of Life household survey measured residents’ perception of their access and use of their community facilities, programs and services. Over 4000 residents completed the survey. A User Guide helps you with this research."Results of the study have been used to inform the Community Initiatives Fund's granting programs and are of value to organizations, municipalities, community groups, ... anyone involved in planning or delivery of programs and services in their community or region." --Tracey Mann, Executive Director, CIF
At-A-Glance! slide-formatted reports give you a snapshot of results from the Living in Saskatchewan: A Quality of Life Survey for the overall provincial results and for each of the ten Regional Intersectoral Committee regions. View the overall provincial results or those related to your Saskatchewan region. The User Guide is provided for your convenience. Page for page, you can now compare results in your region with overall provincial results.
CIF Stakeholder Survey Reports measured stakeholders' perspectives about the CIF grant process: residents' perceptions of access to, and use of, programs and services in their communities and to assess their perceptions of both their community and personal quality of life. Here they are:
- Applicant Survey Report: Results are based on responses from 290 individuals who applied to the Urban Aboriginal Community Grant Program (UACGP) and the Community Grant Program (CGP).
Municipal Administrator Survey Report: Results are based on responses from municipal administrators of 292 Saskatchewan cities, towns, villages and Northern communities.
RIC/UAAC Member Survey Report: Results are based on responses from 139 individuals who served on either a Regional Intersectoral Committee (RIC) or Urban Aboriginal Adjudication Committee (UAAC).
Also check out the Social Issues and Lifestyles Survey conducted through Sigma Analytics in January 2011.
More research on Enriching the Volunteer Experience to Build a Better Future for Our Communities is available from Volunteer Canada, in partnership with Manulife Financial, Carleton University Centre for Voluntary Sector Research & Development and Harris/Decima, 2011.
June 26 2012: Saskatoon Star Phoenix, Community Groups Cash In
May 11, 2011 CIF Responds to Saskatchewan Community Needs. The Community Initiatives Fund (CIF) board has approved an additional $1 million in Small Capital Project grants for Saskatchewan communities through its Community Vitality Program this year. This decision for a one-time top-up of program allotment is in response to (More)
March 29, 2011 Battlefords News Optimist: The Community Initiatives Fund (CIF) recently awarded $32,470 to the Blaine Lake Community Fund-Raising Organization to update the Blaine Lake Skating Rink and help reduce its operating costs. (More)