Housing – Call For Proposals
Métis Nation–Saskatchewan (MN–S) is currently accepting applications as the designated Community Entity for the Reaching Home (Non-Designated) Indigenous Homelessness, Rural and Remote Homelessness and the Métis Distinction funding streams.
The Government of Canada has invested $2.2 billion to reduce chronic homeless in Canada by 50% in the next ten years. MN–S will administer funding for projects that lessen the impacts of homelessness throughout the province of Saskatchewan.
Through the Reaching Home (Non-Designated) Indigenous Homelessness funding stream, approximately $2,962,543 is available to off-reserve projects outside the designated communities of Regina and Saskatoon.
Through the Rural and Remote funding stream, an estimated $721,507 is available to service provides on and off-reserve addressing the specific needs of homeless populations. These must be outside the designated communities of Regina, Prince Albert, and Saskatoon.
MN–S is seeking applications that provide social and housing-first supports as well as capital projects that are specific to the needs of people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Funds will be administered by MN–S to projects that demonstrate a clear focus on a community approach to reducing the impacts of homelessness in Saskatchewan.
The closing date for applications is January 27, 2022, by 4:00 pm.