- Applications open July, 2023
- September 15, 2023
- January 15, 2023
Projects must be completed, and reporting must be submitted within 18 months from the start date of the signed grant agreement.
- Approximately 6 months after the application deadline.
Notification is sent by email to your organization.
Since its founding in 1905, Alberta has been home to diverse ethnicities, languages and traditions. The Cultural Heritage Initiatives Program (CHIP) is meant to increase community and public access to this history by helping non-profit organizations document and showcase Indigenous and ethnocultural communities’ cultural heritage with an emphasis on historically underrepresented parts of Alberta's story.
This grant program provides up to $25,000 to eligible organizations to enable the sharing of stories through the documentation, collection, or digitization of content. It will enable communities to showcase oral histories, traditions and stories of significance.
For more information, read the CHIP Program Guidelines.
Grant information sessions
Videos of past sessions
Overview information session video
This video will provide an overview of the program.
Application and budget details information session video
This video will provide information on the application form, eligible projects, and the budget.
How to apply
Step 1. Read the grant guidelines
Step 2. Fill out the application package
Complete the package documents:
- Include the necessary additional documents with your application submission (see checklist on page 2 of the application).
- Incomplete applications may be cancelled, or processing may be delayed.
- Keep a complete copy of your application, budget and mandatory documents as you may be contacted if further information or clarification is required.
Step 3. Submit the application package
Email the completed application package to [email protected].
After you apply
During the review process, organizations may be contacted for information by program staff.
Notification will be sent to your organization by email. All decisions are final, and no appeals will be considered.
Organizations declined for funding may submit a new application for the same project as long as expenses have not been incurred prior to the submission of the new application.
Projects must be completed and accounted for within 18 months from the date the grant payment was received.
Financial reporting must be:
- completed using the Final Accountability Report (FAR)
- submitted to program staff within the periods specified in the guidelines unless an extension of the reporting date has been approved
Additional accounting requirements are outlined in the CHIP Program Guidelines.
Contact Community Grants about reporting requirements or project completion issues.
Previous grant recipients
Find previous grant recipients in the Previous Grant Recipients database.
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