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IDW Youth Funding 2024

Applications have now closed.

Events can be around any theme broadly related to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), but they must take place during the week of February 5th-11th to add to International Development Week celebrations across the country. You can host the event as an individual, or a group, in your school, university, online, in partnership with a local business. Successful candidates will receive up $300 to put towards their event

To celebrate International Development Week (IDW), ACIC is excited to offer funding for youth (ages 15-30) to host their own events! Events can be around any theme broadly related to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), but they must take place during the week of February 5th-11th and, of course, meet provincial public health guidelines.

 

The details:

Events must broadly relate to at least one of the Sustainable Development Goals. It can be hosted by an individual or group of youth and can take place at a school, university, online, at a local business, in the community, or elsewhere. Applications from youth supported by ACIC Member Organizations are welcome.

Successful candidates will receive up $300 to put towards their event. ACIC will also provide support in setting up and promoting the event.

 

Event objectives are to:

  • Create awareness of the SDGs and IDW in Atlantic Canada

  • Support and celebrate local youth and community members who are using innovative methods to positively impact their communities at home and/or abroad

  • Create opportunities for youth to gain skills in engagement, facilitation, event planning, and more!

 

Application criteria:

  • Youth must be between the ages of 15 to 30, living in Atlantic Canada (NS, PEI, NB, NL)

  • The event must take place between Feb 5th and 11th, 2024

  • The event will clearly be related to one, or more, of the Sustainable Development Goals

  • The event must clearly outline who will attend, the objectives of the event, and how the event will meet these objectives

  • The event will be creative and interactive to ensure good participation of those attending

  • Show how youth planning the event will ensure good attendance

 

Applications have now closed.


For more information contact Jackie at 902.431.2311 or jackie@acic-caci.org 

 

Application Details

Applications have now closed.

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