2020 Grantseekers Meeting Materials now available

2020 Grantseekers Meeting Materials now available

During the week of August 10, CFNIL staff presented five grantseekers meetings via the Zoom online platform. We hope you were able to attend “live”, but regardless are sharing the full presentation slides as well as a recording of one of the sessions. Both of these items as well as full details about the CFNIL Community Grants Program may be found at our website: https://cfnil.org/community  The presentation recording may also be viewed below.

A few important highlights from the presentation:

  1. The Community Grants application is open now and will remain open until 5:00 p.m. on Monday, September 21st.
  2. The application may be found on CFNIL’s new online grants application portal. All organizations applying for grants will need to create a new account in the portal, whether or not you have applied with CFNIL in the past. Find more information about how to register at https://cfnil.org/grant-resources
  3. CFNIL staff is working a hybrid of in office and remote at this time. As a result, email is the best method to reach us. We are checking voicemails but there is a delay for those working remotely.
  4. If you are interested in volunteering with CFNIL as a Scholarship Advisor, please email Ciara Stahly at cstahly@cfnil.org

Additionally, during the presentation we mentioned the opportunity to attend a Results and Budgeting Workshop. These practical workshop will provide grantees with guidance on the Results and Budgeting aspects of CFNIL’s Community Grants Program application. The workshops will be presented via Zoom and there are four identical sessions to choose from. Space is limited – Register Now: https://bit.ly/resultsbudgetingwkshp2020

If you have any questions, please contact us. Best of luck with your Community Grants application!

This is a recording of the 2020 CFNIL Grantseekers Meeting webinar, providing information about the 2020 CFNIL Community Grants Program cycle. Please note -- the beginning of the recording was cut off, so this recording begins about a minute after the official start of the webinar. No essential content was cut off.