Funding and Grants, Alberta
“The Community Initiatives Program (CIP) funds initiatives that enhance and enrich communities throughout Alberta. The program:
Reinvests revenues generated from provincial lotteries to communities
Empowers local citizens and community organizations to work together
Responds to local needs.”
Funding and Grants Canada
“Each year the S’Cool Life Fund supports on average 100 projects across the country. This year is no different we will be funding 96 projects another phenomenal year. We support DREAMS – Drama, Recreation, Extra-Curricular, Arts, Music, or Sports. Schools that have been successful in receiving a grant have amazed us with their applications for projects reaching the most children with the most interesting things – CLICK HERE FOR EXAMPLES! S’Cool does not look to fund core academic subjects, but instead those areas that fall outside of the core curriculum but are no less important for a child’s development.”
Funding and Grants Calgary, Alberta
“Vision: A creative, connected Calgary through the arts.
Mission: Calgary Arts Development supports and strengthens the arts to benefit all Calgarians.
As the city’s designated arts development authority, Calgary Arts Development supports and strengthens the arts to benefit all Calgarians. We invest and allocate municipal funding for the arts provided by The City of Calgary and leverage these funds to provide additional resources to the arts sector. Our programs support hundreds of arts organizations, individual artists, artist collectives and ad hoc groups in Calgary.
Calgary Arts Development strives to increase and use our resources wisely, foster collaborative relationships and make the arts integral to the lives of Calgarians. We are a connector, facilitator, collaborator, champion, supporter, amplifier, investor, catalyst and opportunity-maker.”
Funding and Grants Edmonton, Alberta
“Artists working with communities; communities working with artists.
Community Art is valued for its ability to bring people together in shared, collaborative, creative experiences to express the things that have meaning to us: where we’ve come from, where we’re going, our world, our fears, our dreams, our aspirations. It strengthens the community, develops creativity and increases awareness of the arts in our lives.
The principles behind Community Art projects are artistic exploration, active participation and intentional inclusiveness that allows communities to tell their own stories.”
Funding and Grants Alberta
“Each year thousands of non-profit/volunteer organizations in Alberta require funding for a variety of projects and initiatives. This year, the Alberta Lottery Fund will re-invest $1.5 billion in communities across the province. Some of this funding is available to these organizations through various lottery-funded grant programs.”