Innovation Grants Program in Canada

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Innovation Grants Program in Canada

Deadline: 18-Feb-22

The Prince Edward Island (PEI) Alliance for Mental Well-Being is seeking applications for its Innovation Grants Program.

Strengthen and enhance the factors that build individual, family and community resilience.
Generate and amplify cross-sector and cross-PEI initiatives to align and integrate preventative approaches.
Support capacity-building and raise awareness of the connection between resilience and mental well-being, based on knowledge.
Support efforts to assess, learn, evaluate and share resilience-building best practices and their impact on PEI and in other jurisdictions.
Focus Areas
Supporting responsive relationships
Strengthening core life skills
Reducing sources of toxic stress and its harmful buildup
Funding Information
PEI organizations can apply for Innovation Grants that provide up to $50,000 in one-time funding to develop and assess new approaches or new ideas that build resilience and improve mental well-being throughout the lifespan of all generations of islanders.
Up to $500,000 total is available in 2021-2022 for this funding stream.
Eligible Expenses
Training and professional development
Holding meetings and events, including facility rentals and remote meeting costs
Research, evaluation, and dissemination activities
Wages and fees (e.g., consultants, trainers, expertise not available in the community, honoraria)
Promotional and marketing activities directly related to the project
Reasonable overhead, capital, infrastructure costs directly related to the project to a maximum of 10% of the total grant
Costs associated with the grant’s financial reporting requirements
Eligibility Criteria
Organizations in all regions of PEI from across all sectors, including:
Local and regional not-for-profit, community and charitable organizations
Indigenous organizations and communities
Partners working with any of the above, including, but not limited to, businesses, municipalities, schools, and post-secondary organizations
For more information, visit PEI Alliance for Mental Well-Being.

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