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Community Initiatives Grant Program
Community Initiatives Grant Program
The Town offers annual funding opportunities to groups and organizations that provide benefit to Stony Plain residents and that encourage development of events, programs and activities in the areas of:
- arts and culture;
- sports and Recreation; and
- community support and development
- Applicants must be a charitable, not-for-profit or volunteer-based group or organization or apply to host a not-for-profit or charitable event.
- The event, program or activity must take place in Stony Plain.
- Applicants must submit event, program or activity budget information.
- The event shall have no fee, or a nominal fee, unless the intent is to raise funds, which will be reinvested to benefit Stony Plain residents.
- The event must not fall under the primary mandate of other levels of government (i.e.: - health care, social services, housing, training and education).
- Any organization or group that is not in good standing with the Town may be ineligible to apply.
All eligible applications will be reviewed and allocated by Community and Protective Services. The evaluation of applications will be reviewed using, but not limited to, the following criteria:
- completeness and clarity of application
- responsible financial management
- impact on, and/or benefit to Stony Plain residents
- new or expanded opportunities for local residents to participate in programs and/or services
- extent to which funds raised will be reinvested to benefit Stony Plain residents
- contribution to quality of life, community engagement and community development
- innovation and uniqueness
- repeat organizations must be able to show trend in decreased grant money requested to overall event, program or activity cost
- other funding/revenue sources applied for and/or received
Submissions will be accepted throughout the year. An annual allocation of up to $2,000 may be applied for per organization. Full funding may not be awarded for every application.
- Applications must be received no less than eight (8) weeks prior to the scheduled event date.
- Applications will be reviewed as submitted and may take up to four (4) weeks to process.
- Completed applications will be accepted by mail, e-mail or in-person at the Community and Protective Services reception on the second floor of the Town Office (4905 - 51 Ave.) in Stony Plain.
- E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Successful applicants will be required to complete a final report no later than two (2) full months following completion of the event, program or activity, which must contain the following:
- a statement of the revenues and expenditures related to the project.
- copies of any printed materials related to the project that recognizes the contribution from the Town.
- A written evaluation and final accounting documentation must be signed by an individual with financial signing authority for your organization. This signature indicates the organization's understanding of, and commitment to, the funding terms and conditions.