Funding Programs

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 harvesting wolves in the North Slave region to help support caribou recovery.
This program provides funding to entrepreneurs and small businesses to help with start-up funding, capital asset acquisition, market and product development, operational support, and film support.
Funding to adopt systems and processes to reduce food safety risks and improve market access for your agricultural initiative.
Funding is available for the replacement of above ground fuel tanks.
The Gender Equity Grant offers funding to support community-based projects designed to enhance gender equity across the Northwest Territories.
This funding program is designed to support projects and initiatives by NWT businesses, industry and non-profit organizations that help to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
This funding program is designed to support projects and initiatives by municipal, Indigenous and territorial governments that help to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Funding for eligible community governments to help support the delivery of an effective, coordinated, and sustainable community-based emergency response, ground ambulance, and rescue service.
This program provides guaranteed cash advances to trappers in the Northwest Territories (NWT) who are delivering prime fur and beaver castors for sale
Funding to help licensed centre-based programs with the cost of repairs and maintenance required by annual health and fire safety inspections
The Healthy Choices Fund provides funding for health promotion and prevention activities that support NWT residents.
Funding for high performance NWT athletes to assist with the costs associated with training and competing in their chosen sport.
Funding to improve the accessibility of homes for people with a disability.
This funding is available to Housing NWT clients living in public housing to help them purchase their rental unit to become a homeowner.
If you are a first time homebuyer, the home purchase program can help you purchase a modest home by providing a portion of your down payment.
Homelessness Assistance Fund (HAF) is one time emergency funding that is available if you are homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless, or have an opportunity to access stable housing.
This program provides compensation to traditional harvesters in the Northwest Territories who have suffered loss or damage to equipment or assets because of a natural disaster.
This program provides financial assistance to Northwest Territories residents to help meet basic and enhanced needs. The program encourages and supports greater self-reliance to improve the quality of lives.