Apply for Funding - Community Anniversaries
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The deadline date for all Community Anniversary projects is January 30.
If your anniversary commemoration events or project occur between January 1 and December 31, the deadline for application is January 30 of the previous calendar year.
Commemoration of the Canadian Participation in World War II
We will be accepting applications for Community Anniversary projects on September 30, 2013 only for 2014 projects that commemorate the 75th anniversary of locally significant events directly related to the Canadian participation in World War II.
If you would like to submit a Community Anniversary application for such a project on September 30, 2013 please contact your Regional Program Officer.
Who Can Apply?
To be eligible for funding from the Community Anniversaries component, your group must be one of the following:
- a local non-profit incorporated organization
- a local unincorporated non-profit group
- a local band council, local tribal council or other local Aboriginal government (First Nations, Inuit, or Métis) or equivalent organizations
- a municipal administration, or equivalent authority, a municipal agency, a public authority of the municipality
Community Anniversaries Guide
The Guide is now available.
The Application Form and Budget will be available shortly.
If you are experiencing technical difficulties with the budget, please contact your regional Program Officer in order to get the document in an another format.
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