You may download the necessary files from below, or select them from our Documents page under CCS 2015-2016 Call for Proposals.
RFP Issue date:
Friday, November 14, 2014
Application Issue date:
All interested applicants must e-mail/ contact the ANFCA’s CCS Administrator for a copy of the CCS Proposal Application no later than December 15, 2014. The Application will include the CCS cashflow as well as the Organizational Self-Assessment Tool. No further applications will be released after this date.
Deadline for Proposal Submissions:
Full Proposal applications including cashflows, supporting documents and organizational self-assessments must be submitted no later than 4:00 p.m. [MST] on Wednesday, January 7, 2015.
If you believe your organization is eligible based on the CCS Criteria and Guidelines please contact the ANFCA CCS Administrator below to obtain a full proposal application. Complete and submit a full proposal including the proposal application, cash flow, and organizational self-evaluation tool to:
Sheralle Graystone – CCS Administrator
10336 121- Street
Edmonton, Alberta T5N – 1 K8
Phone: 780-423-3138 ext. 209 or 403-597-5802
Documents to download:
Criteria and Guidelines
Terms of Reference
All documents for the ANFCA’s 44th AGM taking place in Peace River, AB will be posted on the “documents” page of this website as they become available. Please check this information regularly and register your delegates as soon as possible. Book your rooms by August 11th with our booking code at the Nova Inn for a reduced rate!!! Please also see other documents such as Recognizing Excellence to apply for projects your centre has successfully delivered this past year, or our documents on how your centre can bid to host the 2015 AGM.
On behalf of the ANFCA we would like to thank all those that have submitted their Letters of Intent to the CCS Program, the deadline for this submission was Friday, August 1st, 2014. As per the RFP only eligible recipients will be contacted to move forward with application submissions- Phase 2. There were many recipients that applied for the CCS funding that did not meet eligibility as their agencies were looking more specifically for project funding. The CCS funding is intended to support urban Aboriginal not-for-profit service delivery organizations and Friendship Centre’s with core-like funding for their core operations; supporting urban Aboriginal individuals to increase their economic participation in the economy.
Urban Partnership Funding is still being negotiated at this time. Please retain your many letters of intent that were project based as we will post the RFP for the UP funding as soon as an agreement has been reached.