2022 Microgrants

Community Links Association offered small, one-time only grants of up to $1000 to assist existing senior-serving community organizations in supporting older adults in need. Funding requests included a wide variety of immediate supports and services such as:

  • Fuel for vehicles, power tools and generators
  • Meals, groceries and water 
  • Personal care items  
  • Outreach and social support (ex. check-ins with older adults)  
  • Transportation, delivery, and other mobile services  
  • Minor house or property repairs
  • Other identified needs 

Applications were not restricted to registered charities – volunteer groups, non-profit societies and seniors club were encouraged to apply. Applications were accepted until November 15, 2022. 

These grants were made possible thanks to support from the Nova Scotia Department of Seniors and Long-term Care. 

For the 2023 Seniors’ Support and Connect Grants, click here!