Community Support, Multiculturalism, and Anti-Racism Initiatives Program

Aboriginal Peoples
Arctic and Northern Regions
Community, Regional & Enterprise Development
Creative Arts, Culture and Heritage
Governance and Public Policy

Deadlines

Academic Unit: Inquire with your unit

Memorial Deadline: Thursday 7th, January 2021

External Deadline: Tuesday 12th, January 2021


Description

The deadline to submit an application for funding under the Projects and the Community Capacity Building components is January 12, 2021.

Note that there is no established deadline to submit a funding application under the Events component, as applications are accepted on a continuous basis. However, funding applications must be submitted at least 18 weeks prior to the proposed event start date.

The Community Support, Multiculturalism, and Anti-Racism Initiatives Program supports the mandate of the Department of Canadian Heritage by building on Canada’s strength as a diverse and inclusive society.

The Program’s objectives are to:

  • * support communities in confronting racism and discrimination, promoting intercultural and interfaith understanding and fostering equitable opportunities to participate fully in Canadian society
  • * promote and engage in discussions on multiculturalism, diversity, racism and religious discrimination at the domestic and international levels
  • * strengthen research and evidence to build understanding of the disparities and challenges faced by racialized and religious minority communities, and Indigenous Peoples

The Program has three funding components: Events, Projects and Community Capacity Building. It also includes one separate initiative, the Paul Yuzyk Youth Initiative for Multiculturalism.

Please note that you must submit your completed application to this email address to ensure that it is officially received by the Program: pch.soutienauxcommunautes-communitysupport.pch@canada.ca

A copy of the new application form and the budget for the Projects and the Community Capacity Building components is attached.

  • The Events component provides funding to community-based events that promote intercultural or interfaith understanding, promote discussions on multiculturalism, diversity, racism and religious discrimination, or celebrate a community’s history and culture, such as heritage months recognized by Parliament.

Note that there is no established deadline to submit a funding application under the Events component, as applications are accepted on a continuous basis. However, funding applications must be submitted at least 18 weeks prior to the proposed event start date.

For Events, please contact your respective region to obtain the new Events application package:

Ontario: pch.csmariontario-scmlcrontario.pch@canada.ca

Quebec: pch.scmlcrregionduquebec-csmariquebecregion.pch@canada.ca

Atlantic: pch.multiatl-atlmulti.pch@canada.ca

PNR: pch.programmesrpn-pnrprograms.pch@canada.ca

West: pch.multiwest-multiouest.pch@canada.ca

The Program is highly competitive. Funding requests typically exceed our available resources. If your organization is eligible, we encourage and recommend you to contact the Program before submitting your application.

Before completing an application kit, please read the new guidelines for the component to which you wish to apply for funding by visiting our website: https://www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage/services/funding/community-multiculturalism-anti-racism.html

Traditional information can be found at the Government of Canada Website.

Downloads

CSMARI-CCB Application form

SCMLCR - Projets_Budget

SCMLCR - RCC_Budget

SCMLCR - Projets - formulaire de demande

SCMLCR - RCC formulaire de demande

CSMARI - Projects-Application Form


Funding Sources

Government of Canada



This opportunity was posted by: RGCS

Last modified: November 24, 2020