You can narrow down funding opportunities based on who you are (eligibility) and what kind of funding you are looking for (category). Choose some options from the lists below and press go.
Funding for schools and community-based organizations enhance programs or create new physical activities for school-aged children.
Funding is available to support almost all agriculture and agri-food projects in the NWT.
The Anti-Poverty Fund is intended to support partner’s Anti-Poverty initiatives that demonstrate tangible action towards the reduction of poverty in the NWT.
This program provides funding for ongoing operational support to established arts organizations, and large annual events and festivals in the Northwest Territories.
This program provides grants that support the ongoing development and presentation of creative arts in the visual, literary, media and performing arts in the Northwest Territories.
This program provides funding to allow businesses in the NWT to connect with conferences, tradeshows, and seminars that are needed to build the business.
Rent subsidy is available to help with rental costs.
The Child Care Fee Reduction Subsidy provides funding to licensed early learning and child care programs to reduce child care fees charged to families and enhance child care affordability in the Northwest Territories.
Funding for community groups for programs that focus on healthy childhood development, physical literacy, resiliency, and mental health.
The Community Access Program (CAP) provides financial contributions to communities toward the construction or maintenance of access roads, trails, docks and wharves.
This program provides funding to organizations that are looking to advance regional economic development initiatives.
This grant provides financial assistance to community governments that host evacuees who do not go to a designated Evacuation Centre.
Funding for hunters and trappers to offset capital and operating costs of harvesting activities.
Funding to support community organized searches for missing persons in the Northwest Territories (NWT).
This program provides funding for community-based suicide prevention activities in the Northwest Territories (NWT).
This program provides funding to qualified organizations to hire and maintain community tourism coordinators.
CTIC provides funding to community governments and non-government organizations to support new and innovative infrastructure projects. The projects must support tourism in communities and promote nearby parks and natural attractions.
The program is designed to fund short-term training opportunities for tourism workers to gain new skills or to upgrade skills and assist tourism operators in the NWT to support and encourage a well-trained tourism labour force.