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Organizations and communities that work to improve the lives of Island seniors can now apply for provincial government funding. Applications are being accepted for 2020-2021 PEI Seniors’ Secretariat grants until April 8, 2020. The grants provide up to $5,000 per project to organizations or groups...
Organizations and community groups planning to organize activities, which align with priority areas of the Seniors' Secretariat, are invited to submit a proposal for funding. The Secretariat has several priority areas for action: Projects which reduce the social isolation of seniors Projects...
Complete this application to submit a community grant proposal to the Seniors' Secretariat.
Download the Seniors' Secretariat Grant Application Funding Guidelines 2020
Margaret Howard’s first husband Robert died in a motorcycle accident in 1982 before any of her six children were married. Today, she has 12 grandchildren and one great-grandchild who never knew their grandfather. As a member of the Rustico Bay Seniors Club, Howard is hoping to change that by...
The PEI Seniors’ Secretariat is a body created to provide policy and program advice to government and other organizations to improve the quality of life for seniors. The Seniors’ Secretariat also develops and supports public education efforts about issues of importance to seniors and gathers...
The PEI Senior Islanders of the Year award was created to celebrate the many contributions of Island seniors. Each year in October, awards are presented to older adults who have made significant contributions to Island life as a: volunteer, artist or musician, community organizer, business person...
The accomplishments and contributions of five Island seniors have helped build stronger communities across the province. That is why they’ve been named Prince Edward Island’s 2019 Senior Islanders of the Year. Eileen Chiasson-Pendergast, Patrick Curley, Wanda MacLean, Paul H. Schurman and Isabel...
Nominations for the annual Senior Islanders of the Year awards are being accepted until August 9. The annual awards recognize the significant contribution of Island seniors in community life including volunteerism, artistic achievement, fund raising, community participation, fitness and recreation...
Organizations are invited to submit applications to fund projects aimed at improving the lives of Island seniors. Through the Prince Edward Island Seniors’ Secretariat the province offers grants up to $5,000 per project to organizations or groups interested in enriching the lives of seniors. ...