CRRF’s National Anti-Racism Fund now open for new funding applications
The Canadian Race Relations Foundation (CRRF)’s National Anti-Racism Fund (NARF) is once again calling for funding applications from organizations across Canada who are planning anti-racist events and youth initiatives in 2024.
NARF supports events and youth initiatives that are public, social, and/or learning occasions to reduce systemic racism, promote and increase availability and accessibility of Canadian race relations data, evidence and community insights, inform public policies and create cross-cultural dialogue, awareness and collaboration on race and religion.
“Over the past two years, through the CRRF’s National Anti-Racism Fund, we have been priviliged to partner with organizations who are creating local solutions to combating racism in communities across this country. Communities are leading significant and innovative change. Partnering in this process through the fund has allowed us to grow, connect and learn from one another as we look to shape public policy solutions across this country, ” said CRRF Executive Director Mohammed Hashim. “We are grateful to the Government of Canada for their support and to all those who have worked alongside us in the journey. We are looking forward to welcoming a new cohort of grantees to continue this much needed work.”
Applications seeking funding for Events or Youth Initiatives that will take place between mid-January and March 2024 must be submitted by 11:59 pm (EST) on November 15, 2023. Applications seeking funding for Events or Youth Initiatives that will take place between April and July 2024 must be submitted by 11:59 pm (EST) on January 15, 2024.
If you have specific questions about the National Anti-Racism Fund, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Canadian Race Relations Foundation is a Crown corporation committed to fighting racism in Canada. We work to strengthen the social fabric of our society by supporting, enabling and convening community groups and organizations through our grants, services and network of public, research and community partners.