Government anti-racism grants help underfunded grassroots Black-led organizations in B.C.

Grants through provincial and federal Multicultural and Anti-Racism Programs will fund Black History Month events and capacity-building

Why It Matters

Black-led and Black-serving organizations are often underfunded and unable to grow. Open government grants through Multicultural and Anti-Racism Programs can help grassroots organizations reach their goals.

It can be challenging for some Black-led organizations to receive funding for anti-racism and Black-serving programs. 

“Sometimes these topics don’t attract the interest of all funders,” said Pascaline Nsekera, director of operations and services at Great Light Healing Community Services Society, a grassroots family services nonprofit in Surrey, B.C.

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