Second Quarter Deadline Date July 15, 2014 at 11:59pm

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Our online application system is now accepting grant funding applications for the second quarter deadline date of July 15, 2014 at 11:59pm.  We recommend submitting applications early.

Our database allows applicants to begin a grant application and if needed, to stop / log out and then restart where they left off.  Simply sign back in and use the ‘Continue’ buttons on the application page to find the last saved page.  Applicants can make changes / additions up until the deadline date.

Once the deadline date passes, the database locks and will not accept any more applications for the quarter.  Also, we can not accept mail-in or faxed applications.

Organizations must be a registered eligible organizations in order to apply for grant funding.  To start the registration process, click the big orange button to the left labeled ‘Click Here’ and then select the upper-right tab labeled ‘Application for Registration as an Eligible Organization’.  Please submit all requested support documents (including financial statements, bylaws, executive signatures, etc.) with your application to ensure timely processing.  Note if you have applied for registration after July 1 2014 your registration  may not be approved  in time for the July 15 deadline.

We look forward to being a part of your efforts to support community and improve the quality of life for children and families.

If you have any questions or require assistance, please contact us by phone or for technical support Click Here

Thank you.

- Registration Team

Nurturing with Rhymes parenting program for Saskatoon families

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Dakota Dunes Community Development Corporation was proud to support Nurturing with Rhymes Parents and Caregivers programs for Saskatoon families in 2013-2014.

Nurturing with Rhymes offers free  programs that contribute to the well-being, education and parenting skills of caregivers through interaction with their children.   Participants are guided through rhymes, songs and discussion that model parenting skills, encourage interaction and sharing of knowledge.  Parenting, childhood development and health tips are provided as handouts. Participants whose first language is not English find the program welcoming and easy to enter into the activities. The program serves as a support for wholesome parenting.