Centre for Community Partnerships Community-Engaged Initiatives Grant

The Centre for Community Partnerships invites University of Toronto students to apply for a Community-Engaged Initiative Grant. Up to $1000 is available for approved Community-Engaged Learning (or Community-Engaged Research) projects between U of T student(s) and Toronto-based community partner(s), i.e. non-profit and public sector organizations (including schools).

Questions regarding the Community-Engaged Initiatives Grant Application?

Email: Cherrie Kwok at cherrie.kwok [at] utoronto.ca

A. Primary Student Contact Information

10. If you are applying as an individual student, please list the other students involved in this application.

11. If you are applying on behalf of a campus club please list the clubs involved in this application (including the name of your organization).

B. Community Partner Contact Information
Please note: Support from the community partner is a requirement for the CEI grants. The project application should be the outcome of a mutually-beneficial collaboration between U of T student(s) and community partners that responds to community-identified needs. The community partner who is identified in the application may be contacted to confirm their support for their project.
C. Project Information
D. Funding
Download template. We expect applicants will obtain quotes before submitting a budget.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: xls xlsx.

Approximately 1-2 weeks after the grant deadline(s), all applicants will receive an e-mail response. Should your application be approved, a cheque will be produced for the individual indicated below (this takes approximately 35 days) and you will be emailed once the cheque is ready for pick up at the Centre for Community Partnerships, 569 Spadina Ave, Suite 315.

E. Additional Information
F. Terms of Agreement (Mandatory)
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act Statement

The University of Toronto respects your privacy. Personal information that you choose to provide voluntarily to the University is collected pursuant to section 2(14) of the University of Toronto Act, 1971. 

It is collected for the purpose(s) of program administration.  At all times it will be protected in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. If you have questions, please contact cherrie.kwok [at] utoronto.ca.