Funding Information

Most of the work done by organizations working on healthy aging initiatives relies on external funding for programs, projects, and on-going operating costs. This section provides an overview of funding calls, granting criteria, and timelines, as well as training, tips, and approaches for successfully securing funding.

Current Funding Opportunities

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Starting on January 2, 2020, Vancouver Foundation will be implementing four distinct grant cycles per year for these short-term grants. This change will provide applicants with clarity on when they...
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The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is pleased to invite eligible organizations to submit a Letter of Intent (LOI) to advance innovative, multi-sectoral approaches to promote healthy living and...
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BC
Participatory Action Research Grants fund projects that investigate any of the social determinants impacting the health of communities, and are co-led by community members and researchers. In addition...
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Funding criteria Priority is given to programs working in the areas of chronic illness or mental health Priority is given to programs that are solution-oriented and can show measurable results You...
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Vancouver Foundation Test grants (up to $100,000/yr for up to 3 years) are multi-year grants to help project teams test their influence on systems and to learn what leads to change. You can apply for...
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British Columbia
The Age-friendly Communities program assists communities in BC to support aging populations by developing and implementing policies and plans, undertaking projects that enable seniors to age in place,...
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British Columbia
This community initiative, supported by the Province of British Columbia and delivered by the Sport for Life Society, seeks to improve the development of physical literacy in British Columbia, which...