Do you have a great community research project idea related to the issue of violence against women? Or would you like to design strategies for action based on research? We can help!
RESOLVE offers support to community-based organizations to:
Community organizations may contract with RESOLVE for support in various research related aspects of their project from needs assessment to implementation to evaluation. RESOLVE keeps an up-to-date list of possible funding opportunities that you may want to consider to provide financing for your project. These funders typically are amenable to having an expense in your budget for payment of contractors to do some of the work required in your project activities. RESOLVE can be contracted to do work on the project related to:
Community/Client Needs Assessment Program Design
RESOLVE is happy to assist you in planning your project, filling out your funding applications, as well as finding other possible partners. For more information or to express an interest in working with RESOLVE contact Diane Delaney, Research Development Coordinator 204-474-7410; 204-250-7757; email@example.com.
Funders And Calls For Proposals
The Thomas Sill Foundation Inc. http://thomassillfoundation.com/guidelines
The Winnipeg Foundation http://www.wpgfdn.org/Granting/ApplyforaGrant
Max Bell Foundation http://www.maxbell.org/grant-types-and-guidelines
PrairieAction Foundation Education and Awareness Grants http://prairieaction.ca/projects/education-awareness-grants
United Way Winnipeg http://unitedwaywinnipeg.ca/how-you-can-help/apply-for-a-small-grant/
Public Health Agency of Canada http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/fo-fc/opportunities-occasions-eng.php