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"Kids in Nature" Grant Program

The Saskatoon Nature Sociey aims to strengthen existing programs and encourage new initiatives that connect youth in the Saskatoon area with nature. We will invite applications from existing or new programs and select one or more for financial support.

The total amount of funding available is $2,000 This amount may go to one applicant or may be divided among several applicants.

Who can apply?

We will accept proposals from educational institutes including primary or secondary schools, community associations, Aboriginal bands, and registered charities in the Saskatoon area. If you would like to discuss submitting a project but feel that you don't meet this criterion, please contact the Saskatoon Nature Society by sending e-mail to: president [at] saskatoonnaturesociety.sk.ca

What types of projects can be submitted?

The project must target children or youth up to and including 18 years of age. Funds can be used for a new project or an existing ongoing project.

How do I apply?

Complete the form below and mail it to the address indicated. We will contact you by January 31, 2016 if your submission has been successful or not.

To help make your proposal a success you should know a few things:

  • Submitting a form is not a guarantee that a project will be funded.
  • Please submit just one proposal. If you send in more than one we will simply review the one we receive first.

For more information on applying for the Nature Society grant, please contact the Saskatoon Nature Society by sending e-mail to president [at] saskatoonnaturesociety.sk.ca

Deadline for applications is December 31, 2015.

Kids in Nature grant application formDownload the SNS Kids in Nature 2016 grant application form (Adobe PDF, 195 KB)

 

child watching prairie crocus

Photo by Terri Jackson

   
   
Last updated: 19 September, 2015