Who can apply?

Municipalities, First Nations, and local authorities such as planning districts and Northern Affairs Community Councils Not-for-profit organizations Registered charities For-profit businesses Government agencies, such as Travel Manitoba or Centre Culturel Franco Manitobain (Not Crown Corporations) Post-secondary institutions Professional artists Home based businesses (must be incorporated) In all cases, applicants must have been operating in Manitoba as of November… Read More

When are the application deadlines?  

Applications can be received starting December 7, 2020 and will be evaluated and approved on a continuous basis until the fund is fully allocated. Due to the volume of applications under consideration the intake for this program will be closed as of December 31, 2020. Read More

How much funding is available?

The program funds up to 100 per cent of eligible project costs, up to a maximum grant of $50,000. Applicants are welcome to apply for more than one project, however first consideration will be given to new applicants. We provide 90% of the recommended grant on approval. The final 10%… Read More

What is the Safe at Home Grant?

The Safe at Home Manitoba Grant Program helps Manitobans to lead active, engaged lives during a period of critical level restrictions in our communities. This grant will allow Manitobans to participate in creative, fun and engaging activities throughout the winter, while staying safe!  From online concerts to new snowbound activities; from a… Read More