Government of Alberta
07/31/20 Noon - Receipt
Grants of up to $50,000 to Alberta nonprofit organizations to advance restorative justice in local communities. Funding is intended to support capacity building efforts and direct services that augment restorative justice practices and referrals in communities throughout the Province.
Alberta Community Restorative Justice grants are available to non-profit organizations that provide restorative justice services and referrals to communities.
Restorative justice grants are available for organizations to:
The ACRJ grant is available for 2 funding streams:
A. To enhance RJ community capacity, increase awareness, and build referrals (capacity development). Grants may be used to facilitate institutional or community readiness with the goal of establishing a restorative justice practice or enhancing current services. Capacity development funding may also be available to new or previously existing organizations that wish to adopt or improve restorative justice practices. Associated eligible costs are inclusive of administration, training, public education and awareness, and facilitator costs.
B. To support the delivery of direct restorative justice (RJ) mediation services (direct mediation services). Grants may be used to finance the direct operation of a program and is inclusive of wages, facility overhead, training, and other associated operational costs.
Preference will be given to initiatives that provide direct mediation services over those that seek capacity development.
GrantWatch ID#: 178228
A maximum of $50,000 per project per year is available for either direct services or capacity development initiatives.
- Capacity development programs: Maximum of 1 year funding
- Direct RJ mediation services: Applicants can apply for funding for one year, unless they have been successful recipients of the ACRJ grant for the past 2 consecutive years, in which case they may apply for up to 2 years of funding.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit the original signed applications by mail or email to:
Alberta Community Restorative Justice Grant
Crime Prevention and Restorative Justice Unit
Alberta Justice and Solicitor General
10th Floor South, John E. Brownlee Building
10365 97 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 3W7
For eligibility questions, contact the Crime Prevention and Restorative Justice Unit at the above email address, or call 780-415-1819 [or Toll free: 310-0000 before the phone number (in Alberta)].
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