No Fixed Amount
Type of Program:
The Support for Heritage Projects Component offers funding to non-profit heritage organizations and individual heritage practitioners whose principal activity is in the cultural heritage sector (e.g. community museums, archives, built heritage, intangible cultural heritage and the material culture sector). This funding is intended for projects, not on-going programs. A project is defined as an activity that has a definite start and end date (within one year), specific goals and objectives.
The program has 4 components:
- 1Collections Conservation, Management and Presentation: this component is aimed at enhancing the conservation, management and presentation of collections in eligible organizations. Support will be provided for activities that raise the professional quality and authenticity of heritage resources.
- 2Professional Development and Training: this component encourages human resource development in order to strengthen the level of expertise within the heritage sector.
- 3Research: this component encourages groups to undertake research and to ensure that research is carried out by qualified individuals. Research projects will engage professionals to undertake research or supervision of projects.
- 4Heritage Publications and Digital Projects: this component is intended to increase access to funding for community heritage print-based and digital-based projects that promote the cultural heritage of the province.
Comments on Funding:
CEDP only provides up to 90% of the eligible costs of a project.
Funding for Component 1: Collections Conservation, Management and Presentation is up to $20,000.
Funding for Component 3: Research is up to $3,000.
Funding for Component 4: Heritage Publications and Digital Projects is up to $5,000.
Applicants must contribute a minimum of 10% to the eligible costs of a project.
When It Ends:
Applications intake starting April 1.
The applicants must complete the application form and send it to the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts and Recreation.
The applicants must submit:
- 1description and objectives of project, including other partnerships, etc
- 2a timeline: including project start and end date,
- 3professional involvement in the project,
- 4a detailed budget that includes breakdown of all funding sources, including other government assistance,
- 5a brief background of their organization, including organizational structure and board members.
Other Things to Note:
CEDP for Heritage is composed of two components: Operational Support and Support for Heritage Projects.
Applications will be considered beginning April 1. While there is no deadline for Heritage Project Support, due to the heavy demand on the program and the limited funding, it is recommended that organizations submit their applications as close to April 1 as possible.
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