Resilient Grants now available through Northern Health

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Northern Health has announced they are releasing a new funding opportunity during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Resilient Communities Grants are one-time support for groups and organizations who are needing some assistance with adapting their practices or responding to the new community health and wellness needs due to COVID-19.

Community or Indigenous organizations, non-profits, local governments, and schools are all eligible to apply for these grants, which are available for a maximum of $5,000.

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Applications for the grants will be accepted until funding has been exhausted.

The application details can be found on the Resilient Communities Grants webpage.

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