$5,000 Funding available for PopUp Grant Program – Canada
The Laidlaw Foundation has launched the PopUp Grant Program for youth organizing at the intersection of Racial Justice and Mental Health Awareness.
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Across Ontario, young people are addressing the trauma of racial inequity in their communities, schools and workplaces. Youth are confronting systemic racism in an effort to remove barriers in the institutions they navigate and the resources they access. Among the challenges imposed by COVID-19, there is emerging evidence that indicates racial disparities in accessing culturally relevant mental health support for communities of Black, Indigenous and People of Colour.
Projects could include:
Events/conversations which are focused on impactful change and dismantling the systems that harm or exclude Black, Indigenous and People of Colour.
Events/conversations that are working to improve awareness and access to culturally responsive mental health support, care and services for youth in Ontario
Murals, art installations and digital storytelling
Capacity-building programs and supports
The Laidlaw Foundation is offering PopUP Grants up to $5,000 to support projects and events created by young people that address the links between racial equity and youth mental health.
Youth-led groups, organizations and/or visionaries between the ages of 14-29. At least two individuals should be leading this project. These can be a new grassroots group, a collective, an incorporated non-profit, or an organization with charitable status.
All activities should take place in Ontario or be Ontario-focused.
Project length should be from 3-6 months.
Project must address both racial equity and youth mental health.
For more information, visit https://laidlawfdn.org/popup-grant—racial-justice-and-mental-health-awareness.html