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We are passionate about our simple mandate: Enriching life in our community.
Come share the passion, and join the Ermineskin Community League today!
"Build a Community That We Want To Live In".
ECL needs volunteers to help out at the fundraising casino this year. The casino will be on Saturday, September 22 and Sunday, September 23 at Casino Edmonton on Argyll Road. Please consider volunteering for a shift. To sign up for a shift click here.
The Call for Proposals for the 2018-2019 New Horizons for Seniors Program –
Community‑based Projects Component and Small grants Initiative Pilot -
has been launched and will be open from May 7 to June 15, 2018
The New Horizons for Seniors Program (NHSP) supports projects that are designed by and for seniors. It is designed to help seniors improve the quality of life in their communities by participating in social activities and leading active lives. Eligible applicants may receive up to $25,000 in the form of a grant under the Community-based Projects Component and up to $5,000 in the form of a grant under the Small grants Initiative Pilot. Projects must address one or more of the NHSP Objectives:
The Department also has introduced the following three national-level priorities inspired by the desire to solicit applications designed by seniors, for seniors:
NEW PILOT – Small grants Initiative
This year, NHSP is testing new ways to expand support to seniors organizations that have projects for their vulnerable population including those that have not received funding in the last five years (since 2012-2013 Call for proposals). These organizations can apply for the small grants up to $5,000 per project or for the Community-based funding of up to $25,000 (but not for both). In the context of Small grants Initiative, priority will be given to projects for seniors and meet at least one of the three national priorities.
Under the Small grants Initiative, three sub-stream proposed:
How to fill out your funding application How to fill out your funding application?
To complete your application:
Make sure that you have filled all required sections of the form and provided all the documents required for the assessment of your application. Incomplete applications will not be processed.
Different information and reference tools are available to assist you with the call for proposals process and may be consulted at the following link:
Looking for activities and attractions around Edmonton check out the city of Edmonton website or
click here for more info
If you are have complaints about the parking in our community, please call 311 or use the 311 app to make the City aware of the parking issues including parking too close to the curb. The logs of each report helps the City identify trouble areas and areas that require special attention to better address these issues with a long-term plan.
Ermineskin Community League Members receive a discount on tickets at Jubilations Theatre!
Mention your membership when you book tickets.
For updates on Century Park development click here.
For some thoughts on Waste Management and the changes the City of Edmonton will be bringing in, see this blog post by our City Councillor, Michael Walters.
What is a Community League Membership and why should
you get one?
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Looking for a fun program for Babies and Toddlers? Click here to check out the Intellidance programs offered at Ermineskin Community Centre.
Are you looking for information for early childhood learning? Check out Southeast Edmonton Early Childhood Community Coalitions