The Shevchenko Foundation Grants Program supports the preservation and promotion of Ukrainian Canadian cultural heritage and the development of a flourishing Ukrainian community for the enrichment of Canada.

The Shevchenko Foundation fulfills its mandate by disbursing grants to organizations, groups and individuals in support of Ukrainian Canadian cultural development in four areas: Arts, Community Development, Heritage, and Education.

How To Apply  ›

Carefully review the Shevchenko Foundation General Criteria as well as the Objectives and Eligibility requirements found on the grant registration form for your particular project.

Fill out the appropriate grant registration form on-line and save it as a PDF once completed. We strongly advise you print and keep a copy for your reference.

Email your application as ONE PDF FILE to admin@shevchenkofoundation.ca. Only emailed applications will be accepted, and must be received in our office by midnight (CDT) of the deadline date. (If the deadline falls on a statutory holiday or weekend, your application must be received by 5:00 pm (CDT) the next business day.

При виникненні труднощів під час заповнення аплікації англійською мовою, телефонуйте нам —
1-866-524-2314.

If you require any assistance, or have any questions regarding the grant registration form contact us at —
1-866-524-5314.

What Happens After I Apply?

You will receive email notification confirming receipt of your grant application. If you do not receive email confirmation within 4 days, contact our office at 1-866-524-5314.

If your application is successful, you will be notified by email, followed by our letter with your payment. The letter will outline our requirements regarding promoting and reporting.

Once your project is completed, and before you can apply for any future funding, you must report back to the Shevchenko Foundation using our FINAL REPORT.

How Will The Application Be Assessed?

All applications are assessed on:

  • The merit of the project, for example, well-articulated goals for the project, its artistic, literary, scholarly, or educational merit, its merit in terms of heritage preservation and community development, the organizational viability of the project, its leadership aspect in innovation and bringing forward new ideas, evidence of effective project planning consistent with the goals of the project, among others.
  • Financial viability of the project, for example, the range of revenue sources in addition to Shevchenko Foundation support, sound fiscal management as reflected by a detailed and balanced budget, track record of fiscal responsibility, adequate financial support documents, such as relevant cost estimates, realistic fundraising targets, and evidence of fiscal accountability.
  • Availability of Shevchenko Foundation financial resources to support the project.