Alberta Human Rights Information Service September 10, 2014
Funding available to help communities foster equality and reduce discrimination: deadline October 1
The Alberta Human Rights Commission administers the Human Rights Education and Multiculturalism Fund, which provides grants to community projects that foster equality and reduce discrimination. Project outcomes should promote an environment in which all Albertans can participate in and contribute to the cultural, social, economic and political life of Alberta.
Registered not-for-profit organizations and public institutions in Alberta are invited to apply for this grant by submitting a Letter of Intent by October 1, 2014.
You can learn more about the grant program.
You can also learn more about the Human Rights Education and Multiculturalism Fund by contacting one of our grant consultants:
Organizations north of Red Deer contact email@example.com phone 780-427-4001
Organizations in and south of Red Deer contact firstname.lastname@example.org phone 403-476-4657
To call toll-free within Alberta, dial 310-0000 and then enter the area code and phone number.
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