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Childcare Research, Policy Development, and Innovation Grants

Is your non-profit organization involved in research, policy development, or related projects? Are these projects focused on improving childcare in Vancouver?

If so, your organization may be eligible for some one-time funding from the City of Vancouver.

Conditions apply, so see below for more information.

Current status Open
Application deadline September 29, 2017

Eligibility criteria

Non-profit societies in the City of Vancouver can apply if they:

  • Serve Vancouver residents.
  • Serve people of all religions, special needs, ethnic backgrounds and sexual orientations.
  • Work collaboratively with other organizations and levels of government to enhance childcare in Vancouver.

Additional criteria apply. Please read the information sheet below.

How to apply (for reference only)

  1. Read the information sheet Word document (80 KB).

    The information sheet explains:

    • This grant and related childcare grants
    • Eligibility
    • Funding
    • Decision-making
    • Application process
  2. Download the application form Word document (90 KB).
  3. Email your completed application to socialpolicygrants@vancouver.ca.
    • Signatures are not needed on this version.
  4. Mail or deliver in person:
    • Two printed and signed copies of your application
    • All required attachments
    to:
    • Eric Kowalski, Social Planner
      Social Policy & Projects Division
      Woodward's Heritage Building
      501 - 111 West Hastings Street
      Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4

Contact a planner

Eric Kowalski
Social Planner

Location and mailing address
Social Policy & Projects Division
Woodward's Heritage Building
501 - 111 West Hastings Street
Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4

Phone: 604-871-6780

socialpolicygrants
@vancouver.ca

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