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.

 

This program provides support for eligible individuals to participate in short-term training opportunities for up to 52 weeks, which upgrade or develop essential employability skills.
Funding for artists, craftspeople and small groups for the creation and presentation of small arts projects.
Funding for community projects that look to address homelessness.
This funding supports businesses that will diversify and grow the NWT economy and create jobs in the NWT.
This program supports organizations with labour market activities that promote labour force development, workforce adjustments, and human resources planning.
This program provides financial assistance to eligible Northwest Territories (NWT) residents to assist with post-secondary education-related expenses.
This program provides funding to professional film/media producers or businesses based in the NWT.
The Supporting Child Inclusion and Participation Emerging Needs Funding provides eligible applicants with expenses to respond to unexpected needs.
The Supporting Child Inclusion and Participation Inclusion Funding provides for resources and staff training related to help children birth to 6 years of age with diverse needs, who are vulnerable or with specific developmental needs, to fully participate in early learning and child care programs in their community.
The Supporting Child Inclusion and Participation Yearly Proposal Funding provides eligible applicants with financial support to reduce or eliminate barriers to early learning for children birth to 6 years of age.
This funding program is designed to introduce school age youth in the Northwest Territories to the traditional harvesting practices of hunting, trapping, fishing and outdoor survival.
The Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) is making grant funding available to support events that commemorate the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30.
The program provides opportunities and resources to interested tourism operators (Mentees) in the NWT to learn and benefit from experienced Volunteer Advisors (Mentors).
This program provides funding to help re-invent, improve or expand your tourism product and operation.
This program provides financial support to employers to hire and train skilled apprentices and occupation trainees who are registered with the Apprenticeship, Trade and Occupation Certification Program.
This program is designed to support and offset some start-up seasonal costs for trappers.
Funding for community-based projects and activities that directly support or benefit victims of crime.
This program provides limited financial assistance to help victims of serious violent crimes with their emergency needs.

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