1 FCC Potential Funding Sources for Charities and Non Profits Background Included in the list below, are many of the major sources of charitable and nonprofit funding sources available, with a focus primarily on Saskatchewan. This list was compiled after reviewing the eligibility criteria and includes only those that have children or youth outlined as one of their funding focus areas. Eligibility for all funding below requires proof of either registered charitable or non-profit status. The potential funder list below is not compiled in any particular order as most funders did not disclose the amount of funding they provide in any given year but rather a percentage of profits given (for Imagine Canada companies). 1. SaskTel SaskTel has developed a Community Investment Program which responds to the sponsorship requests of Saskatchewan non-profit and charitable organizations. The program provides broad support to all communities, along with a focus on activities linked to technology, diversity, youth, and rural life. The Community Investment Program supports four new areas. Your group's activity or event must be linked to at least one of these areas to qualify for support. 1. Technology The community has been asking SaskTel for support in our area of expertise - telecommunications and ebusiness technology. Events or new projects with a focus on technology will qualify. 2. Diversity Saskatchewan has many different ethnic and cultural groups in its population. Your group will qualify if it represents a visible minority; women in non-traditional roles, people with disabilities, or Aboriginal people. 3. Youth SaskTel places a special emphasis on supporting young people and providing educational programs that will help them succeed in the world of information and technology.
2 4. Rural SaskTel is committed to supporting non-profit groups situated throughout the province. Groups in rural Saskatchewan will qualify for support. 2. PotashCorp It is a continuing goal of PotashCorp to be a responsible member of our communities. By supporting projects and initiatives that reflect the goals and values of our company, we strive to improve the quality of life in the areas where we work and live. Areas of priority include: Food security Education & training Community building Health and wellness Environmental stewardship Arts and culture Categories of giving include: Corporate Grants Cash contributions made to organizations, relief efforts, etc. Matching Gifts Corporate donations which double employee donation dollars for amounts ranging from $25 to $10,000 per employee In-Kind Donations Employee volunteer time given during business hours, plus non-cash donations and donations of employee expertise to support a cause Post-Secondary Scholarships To students at various institutions estment/overview/ and select the application form.
3 3. Home Depot Community Grants - provides funding to Canadian registered charities for smallscale affordable housing initiatives and neighbourhood improvement projects that serve Canadians in need and encourage hands-on service through volunteer engagement. N.B. Preference will be given to housing projects that benefit Canadian youth in need. Maximum Grant: $5,000 (cash and/or The Home Depot gift card) Application deadline: applications are accepted year-round for this program Eligible Projects include but are not limited to: small-scale affordable housing and neighbourhood improvement projects that involve rebuilding, repairing, painting, refurbishing, landscaping, and planting. https://grant.grantstream.ca/frames/homedepot/ 4. Affinity Credit Union Affinity Credit Union is involved with our local communities and we are committed to supporting the following focus areas: Arts & Culture Initiatives that promote exposure to the arts and cultural diversity. These can include, but are not limited to, theatre, music, visual arts programs and events. Community Building Initiatives that work to strengthen communities through local clubs, service organizations, sports teams, and groups who organize projects, educational programs, events, celebrations, activities, and tournaments. Initiatives that contribute to community sustainability, local economic development and/or enhanced economic self-reliance for disadvantaged groups. Examples include projects related to affordable housing, co-
4 Environment operative or social-enterprise development, and employment development for at-risk youth. Initiatives or programs that focus on improving the environment. Health and Wellness Initiatives that focus on making an impact on the health of our communities including disease prevention, health programs, research, hospitals, and health regions and wellness initiatives. https://grant.grantstream.ca/frames/affinity/ 5. CIBC CIBC is committed to supporting causes that matter to our clients, our employees and our communities with a focus on Kids, Cures and Community. We aim to make a difference through corporate donations, sponsorships and the volunteer spirit of our employees. Online Application Form Check List You will need the following to complete the application: The full name, address, telephone number and address of the key contact for your organization The organization s charitable registration number with Canada Revenue Agency A brief description of the organization, its history, mandate, goals and achievements Funding request details with desired impact and specific benefits to end users Project budget, if applicable Board of Directors listing including each member s name, occupation, employer, role on the Board and if they are affiliated with CIBC
5 Names of any CIBC employees who volunteer with your organization Does your organization have current audited financial statements available if requested? Previous funding from CIBC or the CIBC Children s Foundation Key sources of funding, including government, foundations, other corporate and private donors A recognition plan What amount of funding is reasonable to request Most organizations receive donations of less than $10,000 For major fundraising campaigns, CIBC will consider funding up to a maximum of 0.5% of the private sector fundraising goal to a cap of $500,000. Note: CIBC will only consider requests once all government funding (federal, provincial and municipal) has been confirmed All multi-year campaigns include a three-year sunset clause, or noncontributing period, following payment of the final installment. This applies to all organizations including those that are currently receiving funding through a major fundraising campaign or amalgamated campaign. If an organization has both a national office and regional chapters, we consider the funding we provide to both levels https://grant.grantstream.ca/frames/cibc/landingpage/
6 6. The Co-operators Foundation In 2012, The Co-operators contributed a total of $6.4 million to various initiatives that support Canadians and our communities. This number amounted to 4.62% of The Co-operators pre-tax profits using the Imagine Canada formula, which qualifies us as a Caring Company with Imagine Canada for demonstrating leadership in community investment. Community Economic Development Funds (CED) We support healthy communities in Canada through two complimentary funds: Co-operators Fiftieth Anniversary Community Fund, which focuses exclusively on supporting registered charities; Co-operators Community Economic Development (CED) Fund, which supports non-profit organizations and co-operatives. The purpose of these funds is to support community economic development initiatives that lead to job creation and/or enhanced employability for marginalized populations. The funds also offer multiyear grants that provide recipient organizations with longer term planning options and increased financial stability. Organizations can only apply for a multiyear grant following the receipt and successful completion of a one year grant from the funds. Applying for funding Proposals for funding are reviewed twice per year. Application deadlines are January 1st and September 1st. Decisions are made in mid-april and early December respectively. To be considered for funding, your organization must: Have a specific program aimed at helping marginalized individuals Build capacity (community and organizational): The program should assist not only the individuals, but in doing so, also strengthen the organizations assisting them and the communities in which they live. The funding should also help the organization move toward becoming sustainable, through leveraging of new funding partnerships, diversification of funding sources, and careful financial planning. Provide evidence of strong community partnerships/funders that contribute both financially and in-kind (we are especially interested in any relationships that exist with the co-op sector and/or our agents).
7 Have access to appropriate technical, strategic and administrative assistance Have a sound business and marketing plan showing how the organization plans to achieve its objectives Budget / Funding Request: We do not fund more than 50% of the program or project budget and the maximum grant is $20,000. Specific outcomes and measures of success: Upon the completion of the funding year, we ask for a status report relating the program activities/strategies to these success measures. Further funding, whether for a successive annual grant or a multiyear grant, is dependent on receipt of this report and satisfactory application of any key learnings. Geographic distribution: We seek to distribute our funding across Canada Projects not eligible for assistance: Capital expenditures; Conferences, workshops, seminars; Travel Fund-raising initiatives Deficit reduction Retroactive expenses; Literacy programs Summer camps To request a copy of the CED Funds application form please contact
8 7. RBC One out of every five North American children suffers from a mental health problem. We believe we can make a difference by funding programs that focus on early intervention, reducing stigma and increasing public awareness. How We Fund Programs We use our general donations eligibility criteria when reviewing applications for funding under the RBC Children s Mental Health Project. We also consider factors specific to the area of children s mental health, as described below. What We Fund We evaluate Children's Mental Health program proposals based on the following: 1. Early intervention We consider proposals for early intervention programs that are: o Focused on the most prevalent childhood and adolescent mental illnesses including anxiety, conduct disorders and mood disorders o Evidence-based programs validated by documented scientific evidence and supported by scientifically sound studies that have demonstrated consistently positive outcomes o Facilitated though a community-based organization that is collaborating with all levels of service providers (including government) to provide an integrated model of service delivery o Focused on children and youth between the ages of 0 to Public education We consider proposals for programs and projects that: o Educate parents on how to access appropriate services o Educate teachers and health care professionals on how to identify the signs of mental health problems and learn how to take early action o Educate the public, including adults, youth and children, on the nature and prevalence of children's mental health issues in Canada and how to access help o Increase awareness and reduce stigma.
9 Please consider the following information when considering how much to request in your application: 80% of RBC's donations are under $20,000 RBC normally funds no more than 0.5% of an organization s operating budget For capital campaign requests, RBC normally funds 0.5% of an organization s private sector campaign target, not including government support For requests that pertain to one of your specific projects or programs, we determine funding based on strategic alignment. RBC will consider funding up to 20% of a specific project or program budget RBC prefers to fund programs and projects rather than bricks and mortar If an organization has both a national office and regional chapters, we consider the funding we provide to both levels Your Application/Proposal Your application or proposal should include a cover sheet that you can access on this web site, as well as your actual proposal. The proposal may be in your own preferred format but it does have to contain each of the items listed below: A brief statement of your organization s history, goals and accomplishments to date An outline of the project for which you are requesting funding (no more than 2 pages) A project budget showing anticipated expenses and incomes List of other committed or approached donors, including government sources Most recent audited financial statements (must be less than a year old) List of the Board of Directors and Campaign Cabinet members if applicable Cultural organizations should submit their most recent 12-month audience statistics
10 8. SaskWater SaskWater donates to Saskatchewan communities by contributing cash in support of events, activities or programs which are important to Saskatchewan communities. Cash donations are considered to be purely philanthropic, where SaskWater expects no significant benefit or recognition in return. In your proposal please include the following information: 1. The name, address, and phone number of the organization, plus a contact name and phone number/ address 2. Information about the organization including: a. the official name of the organization b. the Charitable Registration Number and/or Society Registration Number or Non-profit registration number, if applicable c. the organization's mission / purpose statement d. a brief summary of the programs and services the organization provides e. a list of the current board of directors 3. A detailed description of the event or activity for which funds are requested, including the number of people who will assist in organizing it, and the expected number of people who will attend or benefit from it, including: a. an outline of the activity for which the organization is seeking funding support and an explanation of how the activity directly benefits a Saskatchewan community, including how the activity will be evaluated b. the start and completion dates c. brief budget overview which itemizes the estimated costs of the event or activity, including other sources of funding such as government grants received, and which clearly states how excess funds (after event costs are paid) will be used d. the cash donation amount sought as well as other cash donation amount options available to SaskWater Applications for cash donations may be made by to: Those without access to may apply in writing, either by fax to (306) , or by mail to: SaskWater - Head Office Fairford Street East Moose Jaw SK S6H 1C8
11 9. Community Initiatives Fund Community Grant Program The Community Grant Program supports the availability and delivery of community-based programs and services that promote awareness, prevention, intervention, volunteerism, and access to sport, culture and recreation opportunities. Key Focus: * Health and wellbeing of children, youth, family and community. * Support and inclusion of urban Aboriginal peoples. * Youth leadership. * Community inclusiveness and engagement. Eligibility and application form 10. SGI We give back through events that support our communities, and thousands of charities and not-for-profit organizations. wwparam= or
12 11. Mosaic At Mosaic, we help the world grow the food it needs. We focus our investments in three core areas that help us achieve this goal: Food, Water and Local Community Investments. Grant Application Decisions Grant applications are reviewed and awarded per the following decision-making timeframes. Please ensure that your grant request needs match these timeframes prior to your application as exceptions cannot be considered. Application Deadline (due by midnight) September 30, 2013 December 20, 2013* Grant Requests Grant Review Period October 1, 2013 January 28, 2014 December 21, 2013 April Receive final notification (by ) January 28, 2014 April 18, 2014 April 4, 2014 April 5, 2014 August 1, 2014 August 1, 2014 June 27, 2014 June 28, 2014 October 24, 2014 https://grant.grantstream.ca/frames/mosaic/
13 12. Conexus Credit Union Key Priority Areas 1. Youth Development Learning and development opportunities for youth (up to 19 years of age) in the areas of healthy lifestyle, education and leadership (includes youth oriented programs and services). 2. Community Revitalization Initiatives to improve the viability and social well-being of our member communities (includes capital projects). 3. Self-Reliance Initiatives to reduce the economic vulnerability of individuals (includes financial literacy and practical programs and services that empower individuals to enhance their quality of life or improve their social situation). 4. Environmental Stewardship Initiatives designed to protect or conserve the environment, or promote education and public awareness of the importance of environmental stewardship for our future. 5. Diversity Initiatives that promote diversity within the community and support the empowerment of a disadvantaged population. Sponsorship requests should be received at least 10 weeks prior to the event. For door prizes, auction items (or other promotional items) or monetary requests less than $2,000, please fill out this form. For any sponsorship or partnering request valued over $2,000, please fill out this form and attach any support materials. Both forms include direct links to the appropriate Coordinator for your area. Response Time Request Value Expected Response Time Up to $10,000 Within 4 weeks $10,000 to $24,999 3 months $25,000 or more 4 months The expected response times are only guidelines, not firm commitments.
14 September 30 is the annual deadline for requests greater than $10,000 for consideration in that year. Requests received after November 30, regardless of the value, will be reviewed in the next year. All declines will be notified by mail https://www.conexus.ca/commercial/inourcommunity/sponsorship/ For any questions regarding the community investment program or to submit your application electronically please Weyburn Credit Union Weyburn Credit Union Community Fund Weyburn Credit Union recognizes our responsibility as good corporate citizens to enrich lives and enhance community. Over the years, we've done just that with sponsorships and donations to health care, the arts, education, agriculture, commerce, recreation and sport. On an annual basis, Weyburn Credit Union will place a portion of its pre-tax earnings into a Community Fund to help build, expand, and/or improve facilities and/or programs which support the development of our communities. This fund is intended to support capital projects or one time investments as opposed to annual operating costs. It is our hope that the money from the Weyburn Credit Union Community Fund will support as many worthwhile projects as possible and, at the same time, provide the credit union with value in terms of sponsorship recognition and leveraging opportunities that further promote the Credit Union's positive image. Sponsorship should also place the Credit Union top-of-mind, becoming the primary choice for financial services. The focus of Weyburn Credit Union's Community Fund will be on sponsorship opportunities that align with the Credit Union's goals, priorities, and core values by contributing to community in a meaningful way. Requests of at least $10, and terms lasting longer than three years will be assessed by an evaluation committee. To allow the committee sufficient time, all
15 requests require at least four months lead time before a decision is made. Please use the following as a guideline and forward your sponsorship package to the Vice President of Development at Weyburn Credit Union. Your sponsorship package should include the following: The name and address of your organization, including telephone and fax numbers. The name, title, telephone number and address of the contact person at your organization. Details about the specific event or program for which you are requesting funding, example: o Date o Time o Location o Target audience, etc. o The amount requested and how it will be used. o How Weyburn Credit Union will be recognized for our involvement. o Who are the other sponsors/donors and is there sponsor exclusivity? o A total budget for the campaign. o Identify any recognition or leveraging opportunities for Weyburn Credit Union, such as media exposure, tickets, signage, etc. https://www.weyburncu.ca/personal/inourcommunity/communityprogram s/communityfund/ Sponsorship Request Form https://www.weyburncu.ca/sharedcontent/documents/wcucommunityfundfor m.pdf
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