passion2action has partnered with the University of Regina Students’ Union (URSU) to facilitate a microgrant program as part of URSU Community Service Month in March 2021. The program will provide University of Regina students access to microgrants of up to $1000 for projects that benefit the U of R community and beyond.
“URSU is incredibly excited to be partnering with passion2action to bring our Community Service Month to life with the help of their amazing team and network,” said Amir Said, VP External with URSU. The partnership reflects a shared commitment by passion2action and URSU to support students during this challenging time and help remove financial barriers to involvement in their communities.
In a time of Zoom lectures and virtual Among Us game nights with friends, it is more important than ever that we remain connected to our communities and help build back better. “Students have so much incredible passion and energy for supporting their communities, and we’re thrilled to partner with URSU to help make this microgrant program possible,” remarked Jonah Toth from Team passion2action. The goal of the program is to empower students to take action on the issues they are passionate about in the community.
Students can apply individually or as part of a group for funding to benefit new or existing projects. Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis throughout Community Service Month. For more information about the microgrant program or to submit a project proposal, please visit < https://passion2action.ca/ursu-csm>.