Applying for Funding in 2024?
Find the right grant opportunity for your organization. Use our interactive, self-serve Where to Apply tool to check if your project focus areas are eligible for funding.
Grant Application Workshop
Saskatoon Community Foundation offered a choice of virtual dates for a Grant Application Workshop in November 2023. If you missed the workshop, check out this 54 minute video outlining changes to the Community Grants programs beginning in 2024.
Donor-funded Community Grants:
Three programs are offered: Vital Focus Grants provide multi-year funding focused on homelessness, mental health, and equity. Quality of Life Grants support one-year projects focused on belonging, inclusion, and reconciliation. Youth Endowment Saskatoon Grants support children and youth.
These grants are generously supported by thousands of donations, and by many endowed funds where philanthropists have given the foundation discretion on granting decisions.
We also manage corporate granting programs, donor funds, and federal funds.
Frequently Asked Questions about Community Grants!
Are you planning to apply for a grant? Are you eligible? What’s the difference between outcomes and outputs? When are reports due?
Check out these frequently asked questions we receive from applicants.
Applicant Guide for Community Grants
Review the Applicant Guide before you apply for the Quality of Life, Vital Focus, or YES Grants.
Stephen & Michelene Worobetz Foundation
Apply by Mar 1, 2024
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Quality of Life Grants
Community Fund for Reconciliation Results