Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Prevention Grants

Grants are available to help Saskatchewan communities provide awareness and education on the prevention of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and its impacts, and to reduce stigma. The grants (up to $2000.00) are available through the FASD Prevention Program of the Saskatchewan Prevention Institute. Thank you to Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority for providing the funding for these grants.

The application intake is now closed. The next round of applications will open in January 2024.

The proposals must include a well-defined action plan, and:
  • benefit the community
  • show evidence that other organizations are involved in planning and dissemination of the activity(ies)
  • be cost-effective and cost-shared (may be in-kind)
  • avoid conflict of interest
  • focus on community education or awareness
  • address trauma, stigma, prevention of FASD and its impacts
Application process:
  • Applicants may apply for any amount up to $2,000.00.
  • If the applicant received a grant in previous years and there is carry-over, the total of the carry-over and the 2024 grant may not be greater than $2,000.00.
  • A representative is required to participate in 1 teleconference meeting during the fiscal year.
  • A sample of any developed resource(s) will be submitted as part of a final report.
  • An evaluation plan for activity(ies) is to be provided (e.g., survey, questionnaire, presentation evaluation, number of participants).