Decemern 2023 Media Release

Media Release December 2023

 The Community Initiatives Fund (CIF) has approved 150 grants totaling $2,495,454 through its latest grant applicationi intage, that will benefit an estimated 90,000 participants and contribute to the wellbeing of 58 communities.

 

Read the Full Release | Grants List

 


 

 

CIF Community Grant Program Guideline Updates

Ahead of the April 1st, 2023 deadline, CIF has updated the Community Grant Program Guidelines. Recognizing the impact inflation continues to have on rising program costs, the maximum amount that can be requested for a local grant is now $30,000, effective beginning with the April 1st, 2023 intake. 

 

For more information on this & other updates, please check the Community Grant Program Guidelines.

 


Community Story November 2023

Community Story:
Tell It Like It Is Program

"Tell It Like It Is (TILII) is a comprehensive sexual health and wellness curriculum designed specifically for people with intellectual disabilities." Direcred collaboratively between Inclusions Saskatchewan, Creative Options Regina, and Saskatoon Sexual Health, "the program covers a range of topics, starting with ideas such as communication, personal hygiene, and consent, through dating, relationsips, online safety, and safer sex practices." We reached out to Inclusion Saskatchewan to learn more about this important program.

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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.