The Canadian Paralympic Committee has issued a call for applications for the 2016 System Development Fund, with potential grants of up to $10,000 available to eligible sport and recreation organizations.
The Ontario Trillium Foundation is the largest grantmaker in Ontario and a major supporter of sport and recreation projects. If your organization is a nonprofit or charity seeking funding, consider the following upcoming grant deadlines.
Successful grant writing is a nuanced, layered, process. This is a message atPlay communicates to all of our partners, and we hope it is a message readers of our grant writing tips are internalizing as well. Today’s tip touches on a central theme common to many of our blog posts: grantmakers consider more than just the application received when evaluating potential grantees.
Today’s grant writing tip: Be a people-centric organization, and demonstrate this in your application.
It’s the mission of the atPlay team to improve the quality of grant applications submitted by sport, recreation, and healthy living organizations. While becoming grant-ready is no overnight task, there are some approaches organizations can take to address what we view as “low hanging fruit” in terms of submitting quality applications. Today’s grant writing tip is a simple one that can make a big difference: always strictly adhere to the grantmaker’s application guidelines.
Founded in 1963, the Ontario Arts Council is one of the single biggest supporters of arts and culture in Ontario. An arms-length agency of the provincial government (similar to the Ontario Trillium Foundation), the OAC financially supports thousands of individuals and organizations annually. In 2014-2015, the Council awarded more than $50 million in funding to the arts community.
We’re back with another grant writing tip for non profit and charitable organizations seeking to increase their grant writing success rate. Today’s tip emerges directly from the conversations we’ve had with grantmakers: the focus of your grant proposal should always be on a solution, not a problem.
Organization registration for the next cycle of Ontario Trillium Foundation is now open. Organizations have until Wednesday, August 12 to register their organizations in order to to be eligible for the next round of funding.
As the Ontario Trillium Foundation’s deadline for grant proposals approaches, atPlay Consulting is breaking down each of the six defined “Action Areas.” Today we’ll look at the stream supporting the overall development of children and youth – “Promising Young People”.