City of Elliot Lake inviting Applications for Community Grant (Canada)

City of Elliot Lake inviting Applications for Community Grant (Canada)

Deadline: 26-Feb-21

The City of Elliot Lake (the City) is seeking applications for its Community Grant Program that has been created to provide limited financial assistance to community groups and not-for-profit organizations within the City to assist with various activities.

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This support is in recognition of the value of these groups to the well-being and growth of the community and is to help the municipality retain a strong community focus.

The City of Elliot Lake wishes to promote a varied and rich quality of life for all of its residents and visitors. At times, community groups and organizations in Elliot Lake need financial assistance to support community-based special projects or events.

Priorities

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Climate Fund to alleviate energy poverty in Developing Countries

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Grants for African CSOs to implement activities in SGBV, SRHR, HP, and VAWG

Small Research Grants for the improvement of education

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Advocacy grants to strengthen the voice of communities and grassroots activists

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Funding provided through capital support for community development projects

Arts, Culture and Heritage Projects or Events;
Community Beautification Projects or Events;
Special Events;
Tourism / Economic Development Projects or Events;
Support to families of youth to cover travel costs for sports or arts events outside the community;
Modest support for non-profits or student associations (ie. prizes for charity events, ads in school yearbooks, bursaries).
Funding Information

This money, up to a maximum of $3,500 per eligible organization, will be available for direct community grants.
In addition to direct community grants, Council will also establish a budget for in-kind support and reserves the right to limit the value of said support to $2,500 per eligible organization.
Eligibility Criteria

Applicants must be non-profit community groups and organizations whose primary focus is within the municipal boundaries of Elliot Lake.
Grants are intended to be supplementary to an organization’s main sources of funding. The grant shall not be considered as the primary source of funding for the organization. The organization must show exploration of other financial and in-kind support (i.e. fund-raising and volunteer support).
All funding shall be for future projects. Retroactive funding will not be considered.
Repeat grants will only be available to organizations that have complied with the reporting requirements of any previous grants.
Repeat grant applications must show how their event/activity differs from their previous application(s). Applicants should be aware that new events may be prioritized over returning events.
Approved funding is only for the fiscal year in which the organization has applied. It is not to be regarded as a commitment by the City to continue such assistance in future years.
Funding requests may be reduced in value at the discretion of the Council to support a wider range of projects.
No financial grants will be considered unless specifically authorized by this policy. In according grants, the City may impose at its sole and unique discretion the conditions it deems fit.
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Details on the application review and decision process is included below:

All requests for financial grants will be considered having regard for the City’s budget.
Under normal circumstances, only one (1) request per organization is to be considered in a calendar year.
The CAO’s office shall review each community grant application to ensure that all necessary information is provided to facilitate decision effective decision making.
Incomplete Grant Applications will not be considered.
All grants will be assessed in terms of the need for the project; cost-effectiveness, financial viability; contribution to the quality of life in the community, and community involvement/response.
Complete applications that meet all the criteria and have a value of less than $2500 (including both cash and in-kind) can be reviewed and decisions made by staff.
Complete applications that meet all the criteria and have a value of more than $2500 (including both cash and in-kind) will be referred to Council for review and decision.
For more information, visit https://www.elliotlake.ca/en/our-community/community-grant-program.aspx

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