Children’s Grants Awarded in 2019
Society for Kids at Tennis – Summer camps – $5,000
Central Middle School – Healthy Foods for Hungry Kids – $12,341.94
1000 x 5 Early Childhood Literacy – New books for young children in need – $5,000
Victoria Therapeutic Riding Association – For the early intervention program – $5,000
South Island Foster Parents – annual foster children Christmas party bring foster children siblings and families together – $3,500
Power to Be – Fern Camp subsidies - $5,000
Colquitz Middle School – School snack program - $4,000
Ecole George Jay Elementary – playground enhancements - $4036
Story Studio Writing Society – Literacy program for young children - $6,000
Mustard Seed Fair Start Program – Back to School September 2019 - $5,000
Mental Health Recovery Partners South Island – WRAP Camp for children and youth - $5,000
Victoria Women’s Transition House summer camp –PEACE camp special summer camp subsidies – $5,000
Burnside Gorge Youth Camps – Camp Survivor for at risk youth; camp subsidies for younger children and the Annual Christmas Party – $12,150
Emergency Room Kits – Over 9 000 children visit emergency each year; Santas provides small comfort kits for children – $11,000
Stigma Free Society – Stigma Free Zone Classroom Presentations – $7,500
Victoria Rainbow Kitchen Society – Summer food sustainability program for youth and children $5,000
How to Apply:
Applications for special grants may be submitted by private citizens, schools, and charities registered with the Canada Revenue Agency. In the latter case, the organization’s charitable status must be verified to be in good standing.
If an applicant has previously received a grant, a final report must have been received prior to submission of a new application. Applicants are limited to one submission per granting period.
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Applications must follow the guidelines provided by Santas Anonymous. Submissions that do not meet the criteria will not be evaluated.
Please note that the Society reserves the right to share the information contained in an application with other members of the Greater Victoria Funders’ Network, enabling members to jointly determine shared priorities and maximize the effectiveness of funding efforts.
Applications will be evaluated by CFAX Santas Anonymous Society’s Funding Committee and staff members, and finalists may be invited to interview with the Funding Committee or Executive Director. Interviewees may be requested to prepare and deliver a brief presentation on their projects/programs (criteria to be provided).
Short-listed applicants will be contacted by phone to arrange an interview date and time. Applicants who are not selected for the second stage of the selection process will receive written notice.
Grant recipients are required to submit final reports to the Society, including related summary statistics and final budget summaries reconciled against the original budgets. Photos and first-person narratives are also appreciated (if possible).
The grant report enables both your organization and the Society to showcase your activities, share successes, and demonstrate accountability to donors, community supporters, and the Canada Revenue Agency. In cases where report information is incomplete, CFAX Santas Anonymous Society reserves the right to conduct an independent internal review of its grant to any agency.
Grant Application Schedule
- Application Period Begins: Spring 2021