Guidelines for Canada 150 Grant Recipients

What are the reporting requirements once our project is approved?

The story of the Community Fund for Canada’s 150th will be told as part of the 150Alliance, an open network of groups, individuals and organizations working together to make the most of Canada’s sesquicentennial.

Within 30 days of receiving the grant, Grantees are required to:

  • Join the 150Alliance
  • Add the funded project to the directory
  • Share information about the project – related events, milestones, public activities and volunteer opportunities 

Within 15 days of project completion, Grantees are required to: 

  • Upload at least one photograph of the project 
  • Tell a success story about the project

Within 30 days of project completion, Grantees are required to:

  • Complete a Project Self Evaluation Form, to be submitted to the Campbellford/Seymour Community Foundation

What are the acknowledgement requirements once our project is approved?

In the collaborative spirit of the Community Fund for Canada’s 150th, organizations with funded projects (‘Grantees’) will acknowledge the support received from Community Foundations of Canda, the Government of Canada, and Canadian leaders.

Grantees are required to acknowledge this support by using the Acknowledgement Text and Collaborative Wordmark:

  • Acknowledgement Text:
    This initiative is made possible by the Community Fund for Canada’s 150th, a collaboration between the Campbellford/Seymour Community Foundation, the Government of Canada, and extraordinary leaders from coast to coast to coast.

  • Collaborative Wordmark:

Grant recipients are encouraged to acknowledge other local contributors who have given to your project in keeping with the guidelines.

Guidelines:

  1. Equal Acknowledgement. Grantees will feature the Acknowledgement Text and/orCollaborative Wordmark wherever the supporters of a funded project are mentioned. TheAcknowledgement Text and/or Collaborative Wordmark will be featured in at least equalmanner and prominence as that of any other supporter or funding party that makes a similarcontribution to the project.
  2. Written materials. The Acknowledgement Text and Wordmark will be showcased in allpublic written materials related to funded activities where other sponsors logos are displayed.
  3. Websites. Grantees are asked to showcase the Collaborative Wordmark and AcknowledgementText on grantee-controlled websites or applications (apps) on the page or section where othersponsor, supporter or funding party logos are displayed. Please link the CollaborativeWordmark through to http://www.canada.ca.
  4. Press Releases. Grantees will use the Acknowledgement Text in any press releases related tothe project.
  5. Verbal Remarks. Grantees will acknowledge the collaborators behind the Fund in verbalremarks during all events or public activities supported by the Fund, or during any mediacomments related to a funded activity.
  6. Official Languages. Grantees will acknowledge the collaborators behind the Fund in both official languages when funded projects take place in communities where both official language communities are present:
    The acknowledgement text in French is as follows: Cette initiative est rendue possible grâce auFonds communautaire pour le 150e anniversaire du Canada, qui est une collaboration entre lesfondations communautaires canadiennes, le gouvernement du Canada et des leadersextraordinaires de l’Atlantique au Pacifique à l’Arctique