Indigenous Culture Fund: Small Grants - Application Questions
There are three questions on this application form. You will also be asked to submit a CV, résumé, brief biography, or organizational history and a simple budget outlining what your project expenses will be.
- Tell us about your cultural context and your connection to community. Describe your relation to your Indigenous community and culture, whether it be from a physical place (for example, a First Nation, Métis settlement or Inuit homeland), ancestral territory, and/or if you and your family have been displaced (due to adoption, residential schools, enfranchisement, etc.). Describe the work you do, your Indigenous cultural knowledge and/or experience and how it relates to your funding request. (500 words maximum)
- What are you planning to do? Clearly describe your project. Let us know where and when the project will take place. Describe how the project will develop and be completed. (500 words maximum)
- How will this project create opportunities for Indigenous participant(s) to engage in, learn and share their cultural practices and expand their traditional knowledge? What are the long-term impacts on the participant(s) and/or their community as a result of participation? (500 words maximum)