The next is excerpted from the Authorities of Canada.
On June 27, 2022, Canadian Heritage introduced particulars of the brand new Canada Arts and Tradition Restoration Program (CACRP) which continues the Division’s focused help for organizations which might be nonetheless going through important monetary challenges within the third 12 months of the pandemic.
As proposed in Finances 2022, the Authorities of Canada is investing $50 million in 2022-2023 to supply extra focused help measure to compensate Canadian arts, tradition, and heritage organizations for income losses because of public well being restrictions and capability limits, and the hesitancy of audiences to return to in-person actions because of COVID-19. This funding will reinforce the substantial 2-year (2021-2022 and 2022-2023) $300 million Restoration Fund for Arts, Tradition, Heritage, and Sport Sectors and the $200 million Reopening Fund introduced in Finances 2021.
Who can apply
In recognition of the distinctive circumstances created by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Museums Help Program (MAP) has quickly modified eligibility standards for this funding.
Each integrated and unincorporated organizations and teams can apply.
To be eligible for funding, your group should meet 1 or extra of the next necessities:
be a not-for-profit group resembling a museum, an archive, or a historic web site (together with those who function seasonally and people with out full-time employees)
be an Indigenous group or official language minority neighborhood group
be a municipal or college museum with a definite funds
To be eligible, candidates should additionally meet all the following necessities:
handle a heritage assortment
present public entry by common hours of operation (together with on a part-time or seasonal foundation)
have had annual bills in 2019 (or your final accomplished pre-pandemic fiscal 12 months) between $2,000 and $1,000,000
The way to apply
Candidates are required to:
Functions are due August 2, 2022, at 5 pm (ET). For extra data, click on here.