Foundation / Corporation
Family and Friends Community Foundation
Grants to Saskatchewan nonprofit organizations and municipalities for projects benefiting residents of the Langenburg region. Priority areas of funding include: arts, culture, recreation, education, historic, and health-related programs. Projects must include provisions for an evaluation and a realistic plan for financial viability beyond the pilot stage. Capital projects will be considered if there is a demonstrated need.
The Foundation encourages the participation of others in funding projects and on occasion provides matching funds or challenges grants to stimulate increased responses from other sources.
GrantWatch ID#: 165452
Please notify the Foundation if project is not completed prior to July 31. The project must be completed by December 31, or the grant may be cancelled.
Projects approved for granting must primarily benefit the people of the Family & Friends Community Foundation Inc. region.
Grants are made only to non-profit organizations with Canada Revenue Agency Charitable Registration numbers or other “qualified donees” under the Income Tax Act (Canada), including towns and municipalities.
A recipient that qualifies as above, with the recipient’s permission, may be designated by an applicant (where the applicant is not otherwise a “qualified donee”) as the recipient of the grant for the applicant. Where a recipient is designated by an applicant, the grant will be paid directly to the recipient.
Grants are unavailable to promote political activities.
The guidelines do not apply to designated cemetery funds.
The deadline for applications is December 31.
Applicants will be notified of the Board’s decision approximately 6-8 weeks after the deadline.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Please submit applications before December 31 to:
Family & Friends Community Foundation Inc.
Attn: Cherryl Kotzer, Program Administrator
Langenburg, SK S0A 2A0
Cherryl Kotzer, Program Administrator