Applications for the Cultural Resilience Grant are now closed. Thank you to everyone who took the time to apply.


Submit a proposal outlining a project that would preserve or revitalize a cultural practice or art form while connecting the community for a chance to win up to $5,000 for your project!




  • Your project must focus on culture or language;
  • Your project should be sustainable, impactful, and create long-lasting positive effects and opportunities for youth in your community;
  • The project must serve youth between the ages of 12 and 30, and at least one youth must be involved in the planning and application process;
  • Submissions will be judged on cultural impact, sustainability, youth-driven, and project impact;
  • Winners must be a registered charity or Qualified donee. If you are not, please reach out; we can provide assistance.

Applications ran from February 1, 2023 through February 28, 2023
Project period: March 15 -September 1, 2023

The Cultural Grant is available to qualified donees including First Nation communities, community youth groups, organizations, and charities whose projects focus on indigenous youth aged 12-30 within the Atlantic Provinces.

This initiative aims to foster the revitalization of cultural practices by providing grants to and partnering with community collectives for the purpose of delivering hands-on cultural training and education.