Top New Grants in the USA This Week

The U.S. government published 95 new grant programs this week, including funding for genomics, community fire assistance, and commercial motor vehicle operator safety training. Keep reading to get an overview of three new top grants announced this week. Program #1. Mendelian Genomics Data Coordinating Center (U24 Clinical Trial Not Allowed) Department. Health and Human Services Max.[…]

Multiculturalism Week Funding Available in Newfoundland and Labrador

The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador has issued a Request for Proposals for projects and events aimed at promoting intercultural understanding in the context of Multiculturalism Week. Quick Facts. Multiculturalism Week is a time to celebrate the contributions of immigrants and celebrate diversity through events. Eligible applicants include cultural groups and associations, established nonprofit community[…]

Who Got Government Grants This Week

Funding for the week of Oct. 14 under Canadian federal and provincial grants and business incentive programs reached $77.9M, up from $12.5M during the previous week. Top Sector…The Community and Nonprofit sector ranked first, attracting $50.4M, or 65% of national disbursements. Top Region…Ontario is the top region this week, securing $35.7M and accounting for 46%[…]

$6.5M in Grants Available for Protection of BC Caribou Habitat

The Government of British Columbia is providing $6.5M in grants over three years for caribou habitat restoration. Quick Facts. The Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation’s (HCTF) Caribou Habitat Restoration Fund will administer the funding. Projects will focus on restoring habitat through functional and ecological approaches, such as planting trees, spreading coarse woody debris, installing fences, and[…]

QP Briefing. More funding for small hospitals

By Jack Hauen The government announced it will give an additional $68 million to small- and medium-sized hospitals in Ontario this year. Health Minister Christine Elliott and her parliamentary assistant, Robin Martin, made the announcement on Thursday in Toronto at Casey House, Canada’s first and only stand-alone hospital for people with HIV/AIDS. Small-sized hospitals will receive a one[…]

Can’t-Miss Grants and Incentives Closing Soon

If your business is looking for government funding, be sure you don’t miss out on these funding programs that have deadlines closing in the next few weeks! These programs are seeking companies and other organizations that can develop solutions to specific scientific and technological challenges. Program #1. The Pop-up City: Integrated Energy, Water and Waste[…]

BC Community Safety Grants Available

The Government of BC is accepting applications under its 2019-20 Civil Forfeiture Crime Prevention and Remediation grant program, which helps make communities safer. Quick Facts. Priorities this year include: community-led crime prevention; healing and rebuilding in Indigenous communities; restorative justice; addressing violence against women and children; and police responses, specialized equipment, and training. The max. grant size will vary between[…]


Deadline Approaching for Community, Culture and Recreation Funding in Ontario

Municipalities, nonprofits, and First Nations in Ontario should take note that the deadline to apply to the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP): Community, Culture and Recreation Stream is fast approaching and will be upon us on Nov. 12.  Quick Facts. ICIP is a $30B cost-shared infrastructure funding program delivered by the federal government, provinces,[…]

NL Inclusion Grants Now Open

The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador is accepting applications under its Inclusion Grants Funding Program. Quick Facts. This program helps community organizations create more accessible and inclusive facilities and events. It is open to nonprofit, community-based organizations. Funds go towards the cost of improving the accessibility of facilities, such as the installation of ramps, automatic[…]