Anti-Human Trafficking Community Supports Fund (CSF) and Anti-Human Trafficking Indigenous-led Initiatives Fund (ILIF)

Deadline date: 
Thursday, July 30, 2020 - 5:00pm
Deadline: 
Fixed date
RFP status: 
Active

Deadline

One-time applications for up to five years of funding are due July 30, 2020, at 5:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time.

Description

Anti-Human Trafficking Community Supports Fund (CSF)

The Anti-Human Trafficking Community Supports Fund is available to community-focused anti-human trafficking organizations to address the short and long-term needs of survivors of human trafficking. This fund will help service providers deliver dedicated and specialized supports, prioritizing survivor-led programming and services for children and youth who have been sexually exploited.

Anti-Human Trafficking Indigenous-led Initiatives Fund (ILIF)

The Anti-Human Trafficking Indigenous-led Initiatives Fund supports community-focused organizations to deliver Indigenous-designed, culturally-specific anti-human trafficking services. It prioritizes Indigenous survivor-led programming and supports for vulnerable groups including Indigenous children and youth who have been sexually exploited, LGBTQ2S victims and survivors and Inuit communities.

Eligibility

Anti-Human Trafficking Community Supports Fund (CSF)

The following organizations are eligible:

  • not-for-profit organizations
  • for-profit organizations
  • registered charities
  • broader public sector organizations
  • Indigenous-led organizations and communities
    • an Indigenous-led organization is an organization that serves an Indigenous community and whose governance reflects the population of that community

The Anti-Human Trafficking Community Supports Fund will prioritize projects that:

  • are designed, informed and led by survivors of human trafficking
  • provide services for children and youth who have been exploited through sex trafficking

Anti-Human Trafficking Indigenous-led Initiatives Fund (ILIF)

The following Indigenous-led organizations are eligible:

  • not-for-profit organizations
  • for-profit organizations
  • registered charities
  • broader public sector organizations
  • Indigenous- communities can also apply for the Indigenous-led Initiatives Fund.
    • an Indigenous-led organization is an organization that serves an Indigenous community and whose governance reflects the population of that community

The Indigenous-led Initiatives Fund will prioritize projects that:

  • are designed, informed and led by Indigenous survivors of human trafficking
  • provide services for Indigenous children and youth that have been exploited through sex trafficking

Call for application guidelines

Frequently Asked Questions

Webinars

The following webinars will provide information and guidance on applying for the Anti-Human Trafficking Community Supports Fund and Indigenous-led Initiatives Fund. You can find dates and register for a webinar here:

Contacts

For questions about the Anti-Human Trafficking Community Supports Fund and Indigenous-led Initiatives Fund, please contact:

Provincial Anti-Human Trafficking Coordination Office
Email: antitraffickingoffice@ontario.ca
Tel: 416-327-7010

French inquiries or questions specific to the Anti-Human Trafficking CSF or ILIF Call for Applications Guidelines should be directed to antitraffickingoffice@ontario.ca