Grants for partner organizations: Municipal Asset Management Program
Please note: the Request for Proposal to organize and deliver asset management training and knowledge sharing activities (from July 2017 to June 2018) closed on June 28, 2017.
FCM offers grants to non-profit organizations to provide asset management training, knowledge resources and information sharing activities to Canadian cities and communities of all sizes. Learn about eligible activities, available funding and how to apply.
Note: These grants are not available directly to municipalities. Learn more and apply for asset management grants designed for municipalities.
Coming fall 2017: Grants to provide asset management learning programs
FCM will issue a Request for Proposal in fall 2017 offering funding to partner organizations to provide asset management training and learning programs to Canadian municipalities.
The work requested in the proposal will focus on recruiting and supporting groups of municipalities in a year-long program for 2018. The program will include workshops and other activities to help participating municipalities advance their asset management practices alongside others in their peer group.
Who can apply
Funding is available to Canadian not-for-profit, non-governmental organizations, including
- Provincial and territorial municipal associations
- Professional and industry associations
- Educational institutions
Eligible organizations must have a mandate to support municipalities, or have experience supporting the municipal sector in Canada, in addition to delivering training, knowledge resources and information sharing activities.
Organizations can subcontract for-profit entities to deliver activities.
If you would like to be notified when the RFP is available, please contact Lynne Bériault, Program Administrator, Municipal Asset Management Program.