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Program Grant Information & Eligibility

EducationMatters offers program grants to innovative public education enhancement programs to help elementary and secondary school students in the Calgary Board of Education (CBE), excel and enrich their learning experiences. All program grant applications are due September 30, 2019.

Support may be given to pilot programs, ongoing programs or one-time initiatives and an entire program OR a key element of a program may receive funding. These programs should address our priorities and have a direct impact on Calgary Board of Education (CBE) students. Preference will be given to programs/initiatives that are sustainable and adapted to a very broad student population. Certain training, fees, equipment, and supply costs may receive funding, but general operating costs will not be supported.

While priority is given to Calgary Board of Education (CBE) enhancement programs/initiatives (delivered by CBE departments, management, or schools), consideration will be given to applications from any group or organization with a registered charitable status that provides or manages a program(s) or initiative(s) that support CBE students, keeping in mind that ALL programs/projects MUST have the support of an authorized “signing authority” within the CBE (e.g. Superintendent, Principal, Director).

You must:

To learn more about applying for grants and to submit an application visit our Apply Now page.

IMPORTANT: If you are a registered charity, you must enter your organization’s Registered Charitable Number. If you do not know your organization’s registration number, contact your organization’s executive director or accountant. All applications MUST have the support of an authorized  “signing authority” within the Calgary Board of Education (e.g. Superintendent, Principal, Director) who approves of the program/project and is willing to sign off on the application.

Funding Information

Program grant dollars typically range from $1,000 – $25,000, and are made available through donor funding.

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