Saskatchewan Community Literacy Fund - Call for Proposals
We are pleased to announce that the 2017-18 Saskatchewan Community Literacy Fund (SCLF) call for proposals is now open. The Ministry of Education is seeking proposals from Saskatchewan based not-for-profit organizations to develop and deliver new family and community literacy projects for Saskatchewan citizens. Project funding of up to $50,000 is available for each approved project.
The following types of registered, not-for-profit, Saskatchewan-based organizations are eligible:
- Literacy organizations and public libraries
- First Nation communities, bands, Tribal Councils and organizations
- Métis communities and organizations
- Early learning and child care centers
- Immigrant-serving agencies and cultural organizations
- School divisions
- Post-secondary Institutions including regional colleges
The 2017-18 SCLF guidelines and application forms can be downloaded at the Ministry of Education website.
Applicants must submit the complete application package electronically to the Saskatchewan Literacy Network email by 11:59 pm on Friday, June 30, 2017.
The Saskatchewan Literacy Network is Saskatchewan's leader in literacy and essential skills. Our organization engages with government departments, academic institutions, literacy organizations, private companies, literacy practitioners, communities, and learners throughout the province...
For 2015 & 2016, through our various partnerships and initiatives to ensure quality literacy programming is accessible in Saskatchewan, we have been able to: