Setting newcomers up for success
Organizations can apply for grants that help newcomers access services to make Alberta their home and contribute to economic recovery.
Non-profit organizations supporting newcomers building a new life in Alberta can apply for Alberta’s Supports for Newcomer Integration grants.
Through the grant, organizations help newcomers access public services such as health and education, learn English and settle into a new life, making Alberta a more diverse and prosperous place.
“Newcomers make valuable contributions to our economy and communities, and they deserve support when building their new lives here. I encourage eligible organizations to apply for this funding to help newcomers reach their full potential.”
Tyler Shandro, Minister of Labour and Immigration
Organizations across the province provide crucial services, funded through Alberta’s Supports for Newcomer Integration grants, to ensure newcomers can make Alberta their home and thrive.
“Thank you to the organizations that help newcomers put their best foot forward when they arrive here, excited about starting a new life but in need of support to help them succeed.”
Muhammad Yaseen, Associate Minister of Immigration and Multiculturalism
Eligible organizations can apply until Jan. 4, 2022, for funding to build Alberta’s immigration support network. Grant funding will be provided for two years, April 2022 to March 2024, allowing organization to plan for consistent services.
Applications to the grant program will be open until Jan. 4, 2022.
The funding agreement spans two years, April 2022 to March 2024.
2022 to 2024 call for proposals include:
Settlement and community support services
Language assessment and referral services
Drop-in English as an additional language services