Awakening a Spirit of Cross-Cultural Sharing
October 2, 2017
March 31, 2018If the deadline falls on a weekend or statutory holiday, the deadline becomes the next business day.
(306) 780 - 9813
Type of Funding: Project Funding
Project funding up to a maximum of $10,000 with conditions. Please see the application guidelines for more information and examples of how eligible expenses are calculated.
The MIF program objectives are to:
Priority will be given to:
Registered, Saskatchewan, non-profit organizations, First Nations bands, or municipalities, with cultural mandates are eligible to apply. The MIF program objectives are to support ethno-cultural, multicultural, First Nations and Métis initiatives, projects and activities.
Step One – What is the Multicultural Initiatives Fund (Project)?
Download and review the MIF-P Guidelines (posted in right-hand column).
Step Two – Who Can Apply?
Download and review the Applicant Eligibility Guidelines (posted in right-hand column).
Step Three – Is Your Project Eligible?
Download and review the MIF-P Project Eligibility guidelines (posted in right-hand column).
Step Four – What Costs are Covered?
Download and MIF-P Guidelines and review the Eligible and Ineligible Expenses (posted in right-hand column).
Step Five – Are You Ready to Apply?
Download and review the Application Checklist & Sample Questions (posted in right-hand column).
Step Six - Contact Us
Contact Outreach Consultant Paul Gingras at (306) 780-9813 or email firstname.lastname@example.org before submitting an application
Step Seven - Apply!
Sign up or log-in to SaskCulture’s Online Grant Platform to complete and submit your application.
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