Is your organization looking for EV wheelchair van or medical van options? If so, reach out to MoveMobility for information about full size electric vehicles that are currently available for conversion.
Non-profits, incorporated municipalities, Indigenous governments, and communities can apply for assistance up to $100,000 from the Newfoundland and Labrador Community Transportation Program. Applications are due October 31, 2022.
The Government of Canada established the Age Well at Home Initiative to support programs that enable seniors to live healthy, independent lives at home as long as possible. There are two funding streams which close July 22, 2022.
The TELUS Indigenous Communities Fund is a grant program that supports Indigenous-led initiatives. This funding supports a variety of projects including health, education, community improvement, language, and culture. According to TELUS, “grants are available up to $50,000 and are to support Indigenous-led initiatives that support tangible positive outcomes.” Applications are open July 4, 2022 – […]
The Ontario Ministry of Transportation recently announced the Indigenous Transportation Initiatives Fund for First Nation and Metis communities and Indigenous organizations. Applications are due by February 23, 2022.
Inclusivity-focused grant opportunity of up to $100,000 for Community Living and Community Support agencies in British Columbia. Applications close January 31, 2022.
The Government of Canada has announced the Rural Transit Solutions Fund to support rural and remote communities in need of improved transit solutions. Click below to visit the Government of Canada’s website to learn more about this program. How is this relevant to the clients MoveMobility serves? This funding program is an opportunity for rural […]
The Government of Canada is accepting applications for the Green and Inclusive Community Buildings program. Click here to visit the Government of Canada’s website by to learn more about this program. This funding program is an incentive to build and improve community spaces in Canadian communities where more needs exist for access to services such […]