The Valley REN launches the Collective Impact Project
Eligible community organizations in the Annapolis Valley can receive up to $1000 to support an event or project that advances the “We Choose Now” Action Points.
Through its new Collective Impact Project, the Valley Regional Enterprise Network is funding short-term community projects and events that advance the “We Choose Now” Action Points.
Eligible community organizations can receive up to $1000 for a single event or project. Organizations must be located in one of the municipal or First Nation communities served by the Valley REN. These are: Glooscap First Nation, the County of Kings, the District of West Hants, and the Towns of Berwick, Kentville, Middleton, Windsor and Wolfville.
“The Collective Impact Project will support community organizations that are following the ONE Nova Scotia Coalition Collaborative Action Plan,” said W. Coby Milne, interim CEO of the Valley REN.
“Our role at the Valley REN is to give businesses and communities the support and tools they need to accelerate their own success,” said Milne. “Through this project, we aim to encourage collaboration between community organizations and support initiatives that can make a positive impact in the regional economy.”
You can click the buttons below to download the policy guidelines and the application form.
What are the “We Choose Now” Action Points?
- EARLY YEARS
- OUR FUTURE IS YOUNG
- UNIVERSITIES AND NSCC AS INNOVATION HUBS
- OUR ICT MOMENTUM
- GOING GLOBAL
- NOVA SCOTIA'S OCEAN ADVANTAGE
For more information about the Collective Impact Project, please contact our Administrative Officer, Debbie Roza-Mercier, by email at email@example.com or by phone at (902) 678-2200.