There’s an approaching grant deadline for Canadian Heritage.
Canada Interactive Fund (CIF) second call for proposals
The Department of Canadian Heritage is launching its second call for proposals under the Canada Interactive Fund (CIF) for the 2011-2012 fiscal year.The objective of the CIF is the support the creation of online Canadian cultural interactive content and applications developed by Official Language Minority Community (OLMC), Aboriginal, ethnocultural and other not-for-profit cultural organizations. Innovation is a key element of the CIF. The CIF will provide funding to projects that enhance interactive digital cultural content and applications, presented originally and creatively using the latest technologies and platforms. All projects must offer their audience an interactive and enriching experience, such as in Web 2.0, between the user and the content.
Who can apply? OLMC, Aboriginal, ethnocultural and other-not-for-profit cultural organizations; First Nations Tribal or Band Councils, Inuit organizations and Métis organizations; Canadian educational institutions; and Provincial/ territorial or municipal government institutions, e.g. museums, cultural associations.
The 2011-12 Canada Interactive Fund Guidelines are available on our Web site below. Please note that the application deadline is February 14, 2011. If you require additional information, please contact our office at: Telephone: 1-866-811-0055 (toll free) or 819-997-0055 (National Capital Region)
Also, Yannick found out about Google’s grant to do in-kind advertising for non-profit organisations.
Google Grants is a unique in-kind donation programme awarding free AdWords advertising to selected charitable organisations. We support organisations sharing our philosophy of community service to help the world in areas such as science and technology, education, global public health, the environment, youth advocacy and the arts.
Only organizations with charitable status can apply.