< Opportunities | Tuesday, July 2, 2024

2024 Seed Grants for Climate, Health & Sustainable Care – PLUS

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The Collaborative Centre for Climate, Health & Sustainable Care, in collaboration with partners, is offering Seed Grants to encourage, foster, and support members of our community working collaboratively on research that advances its mission, expands its network, and – as appropriate – intersects with missions of its partners.

The 2024 competition will award 4-11 seed grants valued at a maximum of $10,000 each.

All of the seed grants must meet the minimum set of requirements. Up to seven seed grants are conditional on meeting the additional criteria of one or more of its partners.

The number of grants and funding amount for each award to be supported depends on the mix and quality of applications received.

  • Funds may be used to support activities such as data collection, systematic scoping reviews/ environmental scans, workshops/ consensus development processes, engagement processes, research proposal or resource development.
  • Research may include but is not limited to policy analysis, quality improvement, health education/ pedagogical development, environmental assessment, clinical epidemiology, community engagement.
  • Projects should have the potential to lead to full proposals for Tri-Council or other competitive grants.

Funding will begin October 2024. Funds must be spent by October 2025.

Application timeline:

  • June 20, 2024 – Call for applications posted
  • August 30, 2024, 5pm ET – Deadline for applications
  • October 2024 – Notification of funding decision
    • Public announcement of successful applicants at Inaugural Symposium, October 22, 2024
  • Funds must be used within 12 months of notification

Learn more about the opportunity.

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