Are you an Indigenous youth aged 13-30!?
Apply for up to $500 to lead an online/virtual event or project!
The #IndigenousYouthRise COVID-19 support fund is a grant to support Indigenous youth and promote community wellness during the COVID-19 pandemic!
The Support Fund offers up to $500 for online projects that occur in Canada and are Indigenous Youth led (ages 13-30). All you need to do is submit a short application for the event/project you want to lead! Projects must take place virtually and can include:
Art based workshops & gatherings (beading, drumming, painting, weaving, carving, poetry, music, etc.)
Online concerts, talent shows or performances
Educational webinars (medicines, mental health, cultural teachings, language, Indigenous youth perspectives, etc.)
Storytelling, video projects or podcasts
Online community games, challenges & contests (social media, charades, scavenger hunts, IQ games, Jeopardy, Wheel of Fortune, jigging, powwow, virtual sports, etc.)
Indigenous youth advocacy (roundtables on specific issues, panel discussions, etc.)
Skill and knowledge development training or courses (leadership, mental health training, masterclasses, etc.)
We believe that Indigenous youth deserve to stay connected during this time,
and we want to support you to do that 😊
How to Apply:
- Applications open on Sept 15th, 2020 and the deadline to apply is Sept 30th, 2020
- If you need any support with an application or project just ask us, we are here to help!
- Send your questions and completed application to email@example.com
Download the Support Fund Guidelines here!
Download the Support Fund Application here!
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Sept 30th, 2020.
Checkout what Indigenous youth have been doing for their communities!
The programs we have are working really well the weeks are filled with programs we have a support circle every monday we have homework help every wednesday and every other tuesday we have our youth council meetings the programs have brought so many youth together and honestly the most I’ve seen them smile.
We hosted a Floor Hockey Tournament in February, did a We Matter presentation to the community over March break, and did a trip out to Old Whitesand for an on the land activity before the end of the year!