Community Services Recovery Fund application process is currently open until February 21 to support pandemic recovery
The United Way Centraide SDG (UWC SDG) is excited to share that Janath (Jan) Vesna has joined their team as the new Community Investment Coordinator. Jan’s primary responsibility will be the Community Services Recovery Fund application process in Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry that opened on January 6.
Jan joins the United Way with extensive experience in the in the non-profit sector with a focus on program management, strategic planning and stakeholder engagement.
“We’re thrilled to add Jan to our team and for her to help us continue to grow our impact in the community,” said Juliette Labossière, Executive Director of the UWC SDG. “She will be critical in helping us manage the Community Services Recovery Fund to help local organizations invest in their own sustainability and growth after an unprecedented couple of years.”
The Community Services Recovery Fund is a historic one-time investment of $400 million that will help community service organizations to adapt, to modernize and to be better equipped to improve the efficacy, accessibility and sustainability of the community services that they provide, so they can continue to support communities across Canada through the pandemic recovery and beyond.
“The Government is supporting the long-term COVID-19 pandemic recovery in communities across Canada through this historic fund. This transformational investment with the National Funders supports a more inclusive model of economic growth that creates opportunities at the community level. The Community Services Recovery Fund will strengthen the ability of community service organizations, including charities, non-profits and Indigenous governing bodies, to deliver services and resources where they will have the most impact.” – Minister of Families, Children and Social Development, Karina Gould
Applications for funding can be submitted to the National Funders from now until February 21, 2023. Organizations are encouraged to complete the interactive quiz to determine where and how to apply. Additional information and resources, including an applicant guide, can be found on the Community Services Recovery Fund website.
The United Way Centraide SDG is hosting a local information session on January 31, 2023 to share more information on the funding streams, eligibility, and assessment. Register here to attend.
About United Way/Centraide Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry: The United Way of Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry is governed by a local Board of Directors, who, with United Way staff and volunteers help to raise funds that assist agencies throughout Stormont, Dundas, and Glengarry. Our mission is to improve lives by working together with priorities focused on moving people from poverty to possibility, healthy people, strong communities and all that kids can be. For more information on United Way/Centraide SD&G, or to donate, visit unitedwaysdg.com.