Community Service Recovery Fund (CSRF)

United Way KFL&A takes part in the Community Services Recovery
Fund – a $400 million investment in charities and non-profits

Now more than ever, charities and non-profits are playing a key role in addressing
persistent and complex social problems faced by all Canadians. The Community
Services Recovery Fund is a $400 million investment from the Government of
Canada to support charities and non-profits as they build resilience by making
investments in their people, organizations, and program innovation.

United Way Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington is proud to be taking part in the Community Services Recovery Fund, a collaboration between United Way Centraide Canada, Canadian Red Cross, and Community Foundations of Canada to provide funding to Community Service Organizations, including non-profit organizations, Indigenous Governing Bodies, and Registered Charities located across Canada.

The Community Services Recovery Fund responds to what charities and nonprofits need right now and supports organizations as they adapt to the long-term impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Application Timelines:
Community Service Organizations can apply from January 6, 2023 until February 21, 2023. Visit www.communityservicesrecoveryfund.ca to find out more about how to apply, explore resources for applicants, and sign up for upcoming webinars.

Materials:
Check back here for updates and materials in the coming weeks.

“The Government supports a more inclusive model of economic growth that creates opportunities for everyone in Canada as the long-term recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic continues. The Community Services Recovery Fund will strengthen the ability of charities and non-profits to deliver services and resources where they will have the most impact. Because of the National Funders’ strong connections with local organizations, they will ensure funding is distributed efficiently to organizations that provide services to communities in need across Canada.”

– The Minister of Families, Children and Social Development, Karina Gould
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