If your organization/community group requires any assistance in applying for any of these grants, please contact the Municipal Office. 

You will need to provide a detailed budget and description of your project.

The Canada Greener Homes Initiative provides grants and a loan for home evaluations and for retrofits. The eligible retrofits include home insulation, windows and doors, air sealing, and mechanical and renewable energy systems.

It is important that you read all the eligibility criteria and initiative requirements to be sure that you will qualify for the grants and/or the loan at the end of the process. You must undertake both a pre- and post-retrofit EnerGuide evaluation to be eligible.

The Canada Greener Homes Initiative will help homeowners save money, create new jobs across Canada for energy advisors, and fight climate change. 

What is available through the initiative.

  • Grants from $125 to $5,000
    To get a part of your costs back for eligible home retrofits
  • Up to $600
    As a maximum contribution toward the total costs of your pre- and post-retrofit EnerGuide evaluations
  • From $5,000 to $40,000
    Interest-free loans with a repayment term of 10 years to help you undertake major home retrofits

To Learn about the grant process, eligibility criteria and to submit an application, please visit Canada Greener Homes Initiative.

As part of the Canada Digital Adoption Program, the Government of Canada has partnered with the Saskatchewan Economic Development Alliance (SEDA), Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Digital Main Street, and Economic Development Regina to deliver the Grow Your Business Online grant to small businesses across the country. The program will be available until March 2025, subject to remaining grant availability. 

Eligible businesses will receive a micro-grant of up to $2,400 to help with the costs related to implementing e-commerce and supported by a network of e-commerce advisors.

For more information or to apply, please visit Canada Digital Adoption Program, or email SEDA's Program Staff Spencer Nikkel or Carmen Hesje with any questions on the program.

SaskEnergy | Community Fund | Cash and in-kind donations such as lanyards, tents, door prizes, raffle items, etc. up to $1000 | Year-round.

Submit requests 6 to 12 weeks in advance of the event date, if possible. Every application will receive a response.

How to Apply

Applications are processed based on the dollar value you are requesting.

Contributions under $1,000

Examples: cash donations, corporate tables, door prizes, raffle or silent auction items, less than 500 lanyards

Request Support

Contributions over $1,000

Examples: cash donations, Share the Warmth Grants, Volunteer Firefighter Grants, major events that require a tent, more than 500 lanyards

Request Support

The Co-op Community Spaces Program application period will be open from February 1st to March 1st, 2023.  

The Co-op Community Spaces Program was established to improve community health and well-being by building places for Western Canadians to come together, build social connections and enable community development. Since 2015, 160 local projects have been supported with $11.5 million dollars in capital funding.

Up to $1M in capital funding will be awarded to projects across Western Canada in 2023. Projects can apply for between $25,000 and $150,000 in capital funding in three categories: 

  • Recreation; Providing enhanced recreation spaces in the community.  Examples: recreation centres, playgrounds.
  • Environmental Conservation: Preservation of natural spaces in the community. Examples: green spaces, interpretive centers. 
  • Urban Agriculture: Small-scale community agriculture initiatives in both rural and urban spaces. Examples: community gardens, food education facilities. 

Visit the application page to learn more about funding, project eligibility, and how to apply. A sample application can be found here

For inquiries please contact or see FAQ PDF

The Saskatchewan Lotteries Community Grant Program for Sport, Culture & Recreation, provides access to sport, culture and recreation activities for all Saskatchewan people regardless of age, sex, ethnicity, economic status, physical or mental ability.

Funding is open to community non-profit organizations in support of sport culture and recreation programs. Expenditures must be directly related to the delivery of a sport, culture or recreation project. 

Please take note of the following important dates:

·         Applications can be submitted from February 1st  to March 31st, 2023, to the municipal office in person, by email, or fax at (306) 295-3571.

·         Applications received after the deadline will not be reviewed.

·         Successful applicants will be notified after the Recreational Board determine where funds will be allocated. 

·         Eligible project expenditures must occur within the grant period of April 1st, 2023 to March 31st, 2024.

·         A follow-up report must be submitted by March 31st, 2024 .

The Project Guidelines and Saskatchewan Lotteries funding request form can be downloaded here

The Joint Recreation Grant Committee of the Town of Eastend, RM49 of White Valley and RM79 of Arlington, will start accepting applications for the 2023 Recreation Grant in February 2023. 

Please submit an application letter with your 2023 funding requirements to the Municipal Office by 4:00 p.m. on March 31st, 2023 for consideration by the Recreation Grant Committee. The Municipal Councils request a project report stating how any previous Recreation Grant was utilized and that a Financial Statement for 2022 be submitted with the application letter for funding.

The Canada Post Community Foundation will start accepting applications online in March, 2023.      

Registered charities, non-profit organizations, schools, community or Indigenous groups, libraries  can apply for funding of projects consistent with the Foundation’s objective to provide support for initiatives that benefit children. 

The Foundation will fund projects that support three primary focus areas—community, education and health

For project guidelines, please visit Canada Post Community Foundation.

The Innovation Credit Union Community Grant Program online application period will be open from March 1st to June 1st, 2023.  

The program is intended for one-time project-based proposals. That means financial help to start something new or to assist with large purchases that are not normally possible.

Types of projects the Community Grant Program considers: 

  • Facility improvements (community hall, recreation complex, childcare centre)
  • Playground structure upgrades
  • Youth programming
  • Purchase of equipment

Grant amounts:

  • Minimum funding request per organization: $2,500/year
  • Maximum funding request per organization: $25,000/year

Applying organizations must be an Innovation Credit Union member. All Community Grant applications must be submitted through their online application to be considered for funding. You can only submit one application per organization each year.  

For project guidelines, please visit Innovation Credit Union Community Grant Program.

The FCC AgriSpirit Fund will start accepting online applications for funding in April 2023. 

Do you have a project that will enhance lives or contribute to sustainability in your rural community? The FCC AgriSpirit Fund may provide between $5,000 to $25,000 to projects that qualify in a city, town or Indigenous community with fewer than 150,000 people.

Types of projects the FCC considers: 

  • Refrigeration and equipment to support food waste reduction and recovery
  • Construction of or upgrades to community buildings
  • Renovations or upgrades that reduce a building’s energy footprint
  • Initiatives that support agriculture and food

View all past projects.

For project guidelines, please visit FCC AgriSpirit Fund.