Devon Safe & Healthy Communities Grant
Online application open September 28, 2015 – October 23, 2015
Devon Canada's Safe & Healthy Communities grant is intended to reflect the company's strong commitment to the safety and wellness of the people in our operating areas, including their families and their children. The grant's focus is on organizations/programming designed to:
- Provide secure shelters and care for individuals that suffer from domestic abuse or homelessness
- Encourage youth to engage in activities before and after school that are healthy and promote wellness and education
Please submit responses no later than 5 p.m. (MST), October 30, 2015.
The Devon Safe & Healthy Communities grant program is for:
- Shelters and organizations that care for individuals that suffer from domestic abuse or homelessness; and
- Organizations/programs that provide health, wellness and educational programming for youth during the critical hours of before and after school
- Community and non-profit organizations to help promote a safe and healthy lifestyle for individuals, youth and families
- Maximum grant of $5,000 per non-profit organization ($10,000 for Calgary- and Edmonton-based non-profits)
- Only one submission per organization accepted
- Multi-year applications will not be accepted
- Organizations must be within Devon's operating areas or commuter communities across Alberta and BC
- A one to two page report on the outcomes of the grant one year after funding is received is required
- Year-end reports must be submitted before additional Safe and Healthy Communities grants can be considered
Organizations will be judged based on the perceived need of the initiative or program.
Grant Distribution and Recognition
- Organizations will receive the monetary award in late November/early December 2015
- Winners will be publicly announced in late November/early December 2015
Please direct any questions about the grant to CDNcommunityinvestment@dvn.com with the subject line: Devon Safe & Healthy Communities Grant
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Published: July 2014