New Anti-Racism Grant for Community Organizations

The provincial government invites non-profit and charitable organizations to apply for a one-time grant to assist with Anti-Racism activities that benefit racialized and Indigenous communities in Prince Edward Island.

The Anti-Racism Grant is a new $100,000 initiative to help promote a culture of diversity and inclusion, address racism and strengthen the link between racial equality and community cohesion.

“The Government of PEI is committed to confronting issues of racism and discrimination on the Island. The Anti-Racism Grants will allow community organizations to help educate Islanders about Anti-Racism through various projects and innovative activities.”

– Premier Dennis King

The following groups and organizations in PEI can apply for the grant until 5 p.m. on March 6, 2023:

To be eligible for funding, projects must promote Anti-Racism education and awareness, community support and capacity-building, and improve organizational governance. Examples of activities include:

To apply, and for more information about the grant, visit: Anti-Racism Grants.
Source: Government of Prince Edward Island



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