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CPSA Healthier Albertan Grant – Applications now open!

CPSA Healthier Albertan Grant | Posted November 1, 2022

CPSA is now seeking proposals from Alberta-based physicians, physician assistants, organizations and other individuals for the CPSA Healthier Albertan Grant! While funding proposals aren’t due until Feb. 28, 2023, all interested organizations and individuals must submit an expression of intent no later than Dec. 15, 2022, outlining their intent to submit a proposal.

What is the CPSA Heathier Albertan Grant?

As a learning organization, CPSA is committed to finding new and innovative approaches to ensure Albertans receive safe, high-quality care. This is why we created the CPSA Healthier Albertan Grant. This one-time grant program will provide a total of 5 million in funding to support Alberta-based organizations/individuals with their projects, initiatives and/or research that align with at least one of CPSA’s strategic directions and will directly benefit the health of Albertans and improve their care. The funding was derived from CPSA’s Building Fund Reserve.

Who can apply?

All eligible Alberta-based organizations and/or individuals with a project, initiative and/or research that will benefit the health of Albertans or improve their care are encouraged to apply. The primary recipient of funds must be a nonprofit, non-government agency, academic organization/individual, charitable organization, or community group. We value enhanced partnerships, so collaborations at ANY level are strongly encouraged.

How to apply?

  1. Download and carefully read the Request for Proposal (RFP) to learn about the CPSA Healthier Albertan Grant
  2. Read the Principles section in the RFP to check eligibility and fund allocation guidance
  3. Submit your expression of intent no later than Dec. 15, 2022
  4. Submit your questions by Jan. 4, 2023 (not required)
  5. Submit your proposal before Feb. 28, 2023

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