Call for Proposals: CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness (CPDE)
CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness (CPDE) will support CSO work at country level. For North America one grant of up to $5,000 US is available.
The call invites proposals in one of three issue areas (development cooperation commitments and implementation in the context of Agenda 2030; development effectiveness of CSOs; and the enabling environment for CSOs). Potential activities include research, consultations, trainings/seminars, public forums, and multi-stakeholder dialogues. All initiatives should be implemented and completed by end of March 2018.
For inquiries and submissions, please contact Jodel Dacara (firstname.lastname@example.org), Marc Ignacio (email@example.com), or Gavin Charles (firstname.lastname@example.org)
All proposals should be submitted by midnight MST November 17, 2017.
Myanmar Crisis Relief Fund
The influx of Rohingya refugees into Bangladesh since August 25th, 2017, the majority being women and children has triggered a humanitarian emergency of such a scale that concerted international action is urgently required.
In order to address what the United Nations is calling the “fastest growing humanitarian and refugee crisis”, Canada launched the Myanmar Crisis Relief Fund on October 31, 2017.
For every eligible donation made by individuals to registered Canadian charities between August 25 and November 28, 2017, the Government of Canada will contribute an equivalent amount to the Myanmar Crisis Relief Fund.
The following ACGC member charities are currently accepting donations for the crisis in Myanmar.
- Mennonite Central Committee
- Development and Peace, Caritas Canada
- Samaritan’s Purse Canada
- Oxfam Canada
Learn more about how you can help respond to the crisis in Myanmar here.
Government of Canada: Global Affairs Canada
Results-Based Management for International Assistance Programming: A How-To Guide
Global Affairs Canada recently released and updated guide to help their partners understand how to design and manage projects or programs for results. Read the guide.
Government of Alberta:
Community Initiatives Program (CIP)
The Community Initiatives Program (CIP) through the Government of Alberta Ministry of Culture and Tourism funds initiatives that enhance and enrich communities throughout Alberta. The program:
- Reinvests revenues generated from provincial lotteries to communities
- Empowers local citizens and community organizations to work together
- Responds to local needs
Alberta Organizations can apply through three different streams, including:
- Project-Based Grant – maximum $75,000.
- Operating Grant – maximum $75,000.
- International Development Grant – maximum $25,000.
Visit the Community Initiatives Program website to learn more.
RE/MAX Community Centre in WEM
West Edmonton Mall has partnered with RE/MAX to create this free community space, which will provide local non-profit organizations and charities the opportunity to fundraise, spread awareness or sell merchandise. Download the ReMax Sponsored Agreement form.
Contact email@example.com for more details.