Applications are now CLOSED for the Community Services Recovery Fund.
Deadline: February 21, 2023
Watch for an announcement of the successful grant recipients in June 2023.
Now more than ever, charities and non-profits are playing a key role in addressing persistent and complex social problems faced by all Canadians. The Community Services Recovery Fund is a $400 million investment from the Government of Canada to support charities and non-profits as they focus on how to adapt their organizations for pandemic recovery.
Campbellford/Seymour Community Foundation is proud to be working with community foundations across Canada as part of the Community Services Recovery Fund. This fund is a collaboration between Canadian Red Cross, Community Foundations of Canada, and United Way Centraide Canada to provide funding to Community Service Organizations including non-profit organizations, Indigenous Governing Bodies and Registered Charities located in Canada. The Community Services Recovery Fund responds to what charities and non-profits need right now and supports organizations as they adapt to the long-term impacts of the pandemic.
Locally, the Campbellford/Seymour Community Foundation will be working with United Way Northumberland and the Canadian Red Cross, Sudbury to deliver the program.
Projects funded under the Community Services Recovery Fund will work within one of the Project Focus Areas below:
Funding will support one-time projects that focus on how organizations recruit, retain, engage and support their personnel, including staff, volunteers and boards of directors. Delivered by the Canadian Red Cross.
Examples of projects primarily focused on People may include:
Funding will support one-time projects that invest in the systems and processes involved in creating the internal workings of an organization’s overall structure. Delivered by Community Foundations of Canada.
Examples of projects primarily focused on Systems and Processes may include:
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Funding will support one-time projects primarily focused on program and service innovation and redesign using information gained during the COVID-19 pandemic. Delivered by United Way Centraide Canada.
Examples of projects primarily focused on Program and Service Innovation and Redesign may include: