passion2action has partnered with the University of Regina Students’ Union to help facilitate a microgrant program as part of Community Service Month in March 2021
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 .
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Throughout the month of March, current University of Regina students can apply for microgrant funding of up to $1000 for projects that benefit the U of R community or beyond. Students can apply individually or as part of a group for funding to benefit new or existing projects.
Apply for a URSU Community Service Month Microgrant
Need some project inspiration?
Throughout URSU’s Community Service Month in March 2021, University of Regina students are encouraged to reflect on how you can use your passions and talents for the betterment of the U of R community or beyond. With microgrants of up to $1000, let us help bring your ideas to life!
Here are just a few ideas for projects you could take on:
Online Social Event
Help to build a greater sense of community and connect U of R students with a virtual event
Create and distribute packages to show appreciation or help support folks in need
Help promote cultural awareness and celebrate our diversity by sharing your culture with others
Your Great Idea!
Take action on your passions and propose a unique project to support the community
Frequently Asked Questions
Microgrants are small, one-time cash awards given to individuals or groups to help bring your community service project ideas to life. passion2action has partnered with the University of Regina Students’ Union (URSU) to help facilitate a microgrant program specifically for U of R students as part of URSU’s Community Service Month in March 2021.
Community service projects can be proposed by an individual or a group, but must be led by at least one current U of R student. Please note that the application form must be submitted by the current U of R student.
Project teams can request up to $1000 in funding as part of the Community Service Month microgrant program. For larger projects requiring more funds, current U of R students should consider applying through the PEC funding system.
CLICK HERE to submit an application for a Community Service Month microgrant. The application involves submitting your contact information, details about your project, and a proposed budget. Note that the application form must be submitted by a current U of R student.
Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis throughout Community Service Month in March 2021. There is no deadline to apply, but we encourage you to apply early as funds are limited.
After submitting your application for a Community Service Month microgrant, our team will review your project details and proposed budget. Watch for an email from us with application feedback and next steps.