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​Charity support overview

Are you an Edmonton not-for-profit organization that provides basic needs support for those that need it most? Do you offer programs that focus on food, shelter, mental health, substance abuse and family violence? Do you hold annual fundraising initiatives that may need to be reshaped to reflect COVID-19 parameters?

If so, you might be eligible to apply for support through EPCOR's Heart + Soul Fund to help reshape existing or introduce new fundraising initiatives.

The program provides one-time support of up to $25,000 for not-for-profit organizations in the social services sector.  Sponsorship benefits and recognition will be negotiated upon award.

It is important to get funding in the hands of the community quickly and make a difference today.

 

 

How to apply

 

 

Application timelines

Intake for the program will open August 27 and remain open until December 4 or until the funding is fully allocated, or whichever happens sooner.

Step 1. Read the guidelines and criteria

Step 2. Create a user account and log into the online application portal

All applications must be submitted through the online application portal.

Once the account has been created, applicants can use their new credentials to log in to the online application portal below. The portal hosts live application forms and templates available for submission.
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Step 3. Complete and submit the online application form

Applications must be submitted through the online application portal before December 4.

After you apply

The program aims to process applications quickly. After you submit your application, you will receive confirmation of submission from the grant system. Once the team has reviewed your submission, you may be contacted for additional information or discussion on the initiative.

You will be contacted if your application is under consideration for funding. Due to the anticipated number of applications, we kindly request that you wait for us to contact you.

A sponsorship agreement will be negotiated and developed for all successful applications prior to payment being issued.