The program was co-created with indigenous community food-based educators and settler allies from Island Health, and community organizations. These supporting partners include the Victoria Foundation, the Horner Foundation, the Capital Region Food and Agriculture Initiatives Roundtable, and Coast Salish Health and the Wellness Initiative, an FNHA and VI Coast Salish Nation Partnership.

GRANTING OPPORTUNITIES

This funding stream is an Indigenous developed and informed funding stream to support Indigenous led community-based food/ecosystem revitalization and food literacy projects. 

Currently, we are offering small grants, up to 5,000 dollars. The small grant has a rolling deadline, meaning that you can apply at any time. 

The deadline for the large grants is now closed, and will be re-opened in 2020. 

We look forward to investing in the powerful work being done about indigenous food sovereignty!

GRANT

OPPORTUNITIES

SMALL GRANT APPLICATION PROCESS

Review the small grant outline to ensure you are eligible

Contact us via email to set up a  date to discuss your project. 

 

Your application will be

 

reviewed by the Project

 

Animator and the Guiding

 

group. We will determine if we are a

 

good for your project and we will

 

let you know if you will or won't

 

receive funding.

 

LARGE GRANT APPLICATION PROCESS

Review the large grant outline to ensure you are eligible

Contact us via email to set up a  date to discuss your project. 

*Meetings need to be arranged before October 1st to be considered. 

 

Your application will be

 

reviewed by the Project

 

Animator and the Guiding

 

group.

 

 

We will determine if we are a

 

good for your project and we will

 

let you know if you will or won't

 

receive funding. 

You will be notified in November,

 

2019.