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City of Kitchener: Register for Grant Writing for Racialized and Indigenous Communities Workshop

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City partners with Kind Mind Family Wellness to deliver grant writing workshop for racialized & Indigenous communities

Are you a not-for-profit organization serving racialized communities that is looking to enhance your grant writing application skills? This August, the City of Kitchener, in collaboration with Kind Mind Family Wellness, will host Grant Writing for Racialized & Indigenous Communities. This grant writing workshop is tailored for racialized and Indigenous serving groups and teaches the essentials for writing a successful municipal, provincial, and federal grant application.

This free, two-part, virtual workshop is being held on August 8 and 15 from 6-7:30 p.m. and will cover the basics of effective grant writing. Participants will build their understanding of what information to share in a grant proposal and learn strategies for writing a persuasive case for support and telling the story of their work and its impact. It will also cover specifics related to the City of Kitchener’s Racialized, and Indigenous Supports for Equity (RISE) Fund, which will begin accepting applications later this summer. Workshop participants will receive guidance and support related to their specific grant application challenges and build practical knowledge and transferable skills that can be applied to all future grant applications.

Registration is required to participate. To register online visit ActiveNet. If you have questions about this workshop, please email Rea Parchment, Senior Anti-Racism Advisor, City of Kitchener.

For more information about grants offered by the City, including the RISE Fund visit


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