Important Application Information: COVID-19
The Shevchenko Foundation has extended the suspension of the grant deadline. You may apply for funding assistance at any time, until September 1, 2021. Please read our Grant Deadline Statement.
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Important Application Information for Individuals
The Shevchenko Foundation has amended its eligibility requirements for Individuals until March 31, 2022. You may apply for up to 90% of your project or program costs. Please read our Grants to Individuals Covid-19 Recovery Program Statement.
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Temerty Covid-19 Relief Fund for Organizations
Applications for funding assistance through the Temerty Covid-19 Relief Fund are currently being accepted. Special grants of up to $5,000 are available to qualifying organizations to help maintain administrative functionality, so that they may continue to provide relevant programming to their members and community.
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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.
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Grants for Artists
Arts Program grants are available to individuals and organizations alike in the fields of dance, music, literary arts, media arts, theatre, and visual arts.
Community Projects Grants
Community Development Program grants are available to organizations and individuals for national and local festivals, community concert events, and community development projects.
Heritage Program Grant
Heritage Program grants support individuals, groups, organizations and institutions to collect, study, and preserve materials and intellectual heritage of Ukrainian life in Canada.
Eduction Program Grants
Education Program grants are available to individuals, collectives, organizations, and educational and scholarly institutions for the development and advancements of the teaching of Ukrainian and Ukrainian Canadian Studies, and the teaching of the Ukrainian language.